The Barrett - Canada's No.1 Amateur Event - By Rick Young (Score Magazine) Tuesday Aug 4 2009
Summary: If you’re a highly ranked amateur golfer, the Barrett Amateur in St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, N.B., is an invitation you should be aspiring to receive. If you’re a tournament director or committee member of an amateur golf event — be it Canadian or anywhere in the world — the Barrett organizational model, or parts of it, is one you’d love to emulate.
Barrett paves the way - By Lorne Rubenstein (The Globe And Mail) Saturday Aug 1 2009
Summary: There's plenty of professional golf left this summer, with the PGA Championship in two weeks being the major event. But it's also the season of amateur tournaments, and the Barrett Amateur, a relatively new event that ends today at the seaside Fairmont Algonquin course here, has been making impressive headway.
Australian Wins Barrett Amateur Championship in Exciting Final Saturday Aug 1 2009
Summary: Jordan Sherratt of Morphett Vale, South Australia came out on top in an exciting playoff on Saturday in the final round of the 2009 Barrett Amateur Championship. Sherratt shot 72 in the final round to go with his opening round of 71, 2nd round of 67, & 3rd round of 69. Saturday’s finish came down to the wire as Sherratt missed his opportunity to win the championship on the 72nd hole of play, which then forced a playoff with 2008 Barrett Amateur Champion Dylan Frittelli of Preotoria, South Africa.
Australian Takes Lead at Barrett Amateur Friday July 31 2009
Summary: The third round of the 2009 Barrett Amateur Championship began Friday morning without any delays. Mild fog did not affect the early morning draw. Jordan Sherratt of Morphett Vale, South Australia was one of two players who fired low rounds of the day, -2 (69) to jump on top of the leaderboard. Sherrat made one birdie on the front nine (35), followed by one bogey and two more birdies on the back (34). Sherrat’s two day total of -6 (207) is 2 shots better than last year’s champion, Dylan Frittelli of South Africa.
South African JG Claassen leads fog delayed Barrett Amateur Thursday July 30 2009
Summary: After two fog delays, totalling five hours, JG Claassen managed to shoot the lowest round of the 2009 Barrett Amateur tournament with a 7-under par 64. During round one, Claassen shot a two over 73 using borrowed clubs, as his were still in transit from being lost en route from his hometown of Johannesburg, South Africa. Today, round two was delayed by fog and rain from 8am until 11:30am, followed by another hour and a half delay around 12:30pm.
Frittelli and Knoll Share Lead at Barrett Amateur Wednesday July 29 2009
Summary: Dylan Frittelli of Preotoria, South Africa & Leon Knoll of Johannesburg, South Africa both shot 69 in the first round of the Barrett Amateur Championship at the Algonquin Golf Course on Wednesday.
Barrett Amateur Adds Australian Talent Thursday July 16 2009
Summary: Woodstock, N.B. – The International contingent at the 2009 Barrett Amateur Championship just got a whole lot stronger with the addition of two top ranked Australian players in this year’s field. Golf Australia National Team members Daniel Beckmann and Jordan Sherratt will become the first Australians to play in the Barrett Amateur as they tee up at the Algonquin this year.
Four South Africans teeing it up at the Barrett Amateur Tuesday July 7 2009
Summary: Woodstock, N.B. – Four South Africans will be teeing up at the Barrett Amateur, announced the South African Golf Association (SAGA) today. The 72 hole stroke play championship is to be played from 29 July to 1 August at the Algonquin Golf Course in St Andrews-by-the-sea, New Brunswick, Canada.
Lorne Rubenstein to Attend 2009 Barrett Amateur Thursday July 2 2009
Summary: Woodstock, N.B. – Lorne Rubenstein, an award-winning golf writer and a member of the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame, has confirmed that he will attend the 2009 Barrett Amateur golf tournament, July 29 - Aug 1, 2009 at the Fairmont Algonquin Golf Course in picturesque Saint Andrews-by-the-Sea.
Barrett Amateur Takes A Giant Leap Forward Thursday April 2 2009
Summary: Canada’s top invitational golf tournament, the Barrett Amateur Championship just took a giant leap forward. Being played for the 9th time in 2009, the Barrett Amateur will move to a 72-hole championship for the first time this year. The Barrett is scheduled for July 29th – August 1st, 2009 at the Fairmont Algonquin Golf Course in picturesque St. Andrews-by-the-Sea, New Brunswick.
South African Dylan Frittelli wins his first Barrett Amateur Monday August 4 2008
Summary: Dylan Frittelli of Cape Petoria, South Africa, came out on top Monday in the final round of the Barrett Amateur Championship. Frittelli shot 67 in the final round to go with his 68 in the first round of play on Saturday. Unfortunately, Sunday’s intended second round was cancelled due to the dangerous weather conditions. This is Frittelli’s first time in Canada and he will be a freshman at the University of Texas this coming fall.
Texan John Peterson Leads Rain Shortened Barrett Amateur Sunday August 3 2008
Summary: Like 17 other players in the field, Texan John Peterson reported to work early today to finish up his first round of play. Things, however, were slow getting started as fog once again delayed play until 9:30AM, two hours later than the scheduled start time. Peterson made the most of his two remaining holes, posting birdie and par to finish his first round at 4 under par 67. This was good enough to give Peterson a one shot lead over Matt Parziale of Massachusetts, David Markle of Ontario and South Africa’s Dillan Frittelli, who was also forced to finish his 1st round on Saturday morning.
Markle and Parziale Post 68s to Open Barrett Amateur Saturday August 2 2008
Summary: David Markle of Shelburn, Ontario and Matt Parziale of Brockton, MA shot 68 in the first round of the Barrett Amateur Championship at the Algonquin Golf Course on Saturday. Markle was 2 under par 34 on the front nine with birdies on 2 and 9. Birdies on 12, 16 & 17 led to a one under par 34 on the back nine. Markle currently plays golf at Kent State University and he is ranked 27th in the World Amateur Golf Rankings, making him the highest ranked Canadian in the field. Parziale was one under par on his front nine and 2 under par on the back to finish at -3. Birdies on 6, 7, 9, 15, 16 & 18 contributed to Parziale’s strong performance on Saturday.
Top Texan Golfers ready for Barrett Amateur Wednesday July 16 2008

Summary: ST. ANDREWS, NB –Two golfers from Texas are heading north to compete against top amateur players from around the world at the Barrett Amateur Championship. Kelly Kraft and John Peterson are currently the 1st and 2nd ranked amateur golfers in Texas.

Argentina, Honduras, and Uruguay to play Barrett Amateur Wednesday July 09 2008
Summary: ST. ANDREWS, NEW BRUNSWICK – Teams from Argentina, Honduras, and Uruguay will tee off at Canada’s top amateur tourn ament – the Barrett Amateur Championship in St. Andrews, N.B.. Three players from Argentina, two players from Honduras, and two players from Uruguay will attend the elite invitational event which takes place at the Fairmont Algonquin Golf Course Aug. 2-4.
Fifth-ranked amateur golfer in the world to play Barrett Amateur Wednesday July 02 2008
Summary: ST. ANDREWS, NEW BRUNSWICK – South Africa is sending three of the top 100 amateur players in the world to compete in the Barrett Amateur Championship this summer.
The team is Jacques Blaauw, Dylan Frittelli, and Cameron Johnston, who is fifth in the World Amateur Golf Rankings (WAGR). Blaauw is 61st and Frittelli is 91st.
#8 Amateur Golfer in the World registers for the 2008 Barrett Amateur Thursday June 12 2008
Summary: The South African Golf Association (SAGA) announced a team of three players to compete in the Barrett Amateur Championship, a 54 hole stroke play competition taking place from 2 to 4 August over the Algonquin Golf Course in St Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada. The team is Cameron Johnston (Western Province), Dylan Frittelli (Gauteng North) and Jacques Blaauw (Boland). “We received an invitation from the New Brunswick Golf Association to compete in this competition, which we have gratefully accepted,” explained Neale Kunhardt, the SAGA President.
CTV signs on again as Barrett Amateu Media Sponsor Sunday May 15 2008
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