Ken Bradley saw a big improvement in his second at the Canadian Men’s Senior Championships Wednesday.
It just wasn’t a big enough improvement.
The Moose Jaw golfer shot a strong three-over 74 at The Briars Golf Club in Sutton West, Ont., but missed the cut by two strokes.
His opening round 82 was too much to overcome as his 14-over two round score was just off the cut line of +12.
Bradley was sitting at eight-over-par after his first five holes of the tournament, but was only six over on the next 31 holes he played as he put together a pretty good run.
Wednesday he carded a birdie and four bogeys for his 74. He finished in a tie for 76th out of the field of 156 golfers.
Defending champion Chip Lutz retains a one-shot lead after he shot a two-under 69. He is a shot ahead of Calgary’s David Schultz.
Robert Fugere won the Super-Senior title — for golfers 70-and-older — with a birdie on the third playoff hole.
Alberta won the inter-provincial team title with a two-under score. Saskatchewan’s team of Delisle’s Colin Coben, Arcola’s Paul Grimes and Saskatoon’s Chuck Hainsworth finished fourth.