“And with Colin knowing Charles River so well and having experience at Brookline, he’ll definitely have a good shot at the U.S. Am. He can get it around with the best of them.”
From there on, it’s back to Canada to close out the season.
“I kind of like the travel, seeing different places, getting to know the guys out there,” said Harmeling. “I love the competition, getting on the cutline, or being in contention, having pressure shots, getting focused and doing what I need to do.”
BUSY SLATE AHEAD Andover's Evan Harmeling has already won the Massachusetts and Maine Opens. The first-year Canadian Tour pro has also made cuts in three of four events up North, tying for 32nd, 51st and 58th. But he's only just begun. This weekend, he'll play in the ATB Financial Classic in Calgary, Alberta. After that, it's back to New England for the Rhode Island Open, August 11-13. Then, it's one more swing to Canada for the final four events: Aug. 19-25 -- The The Great Waterway Classic in Morrisburg, Ontario. Aug. 26-Sept. 1 -- The Wildfire Invitational in Peterborough, Ontario. Sept. 2-8 -- The Cape Breton Celtic Classic in Nova Scotia Sept. 9-15 -- The Tour Championship in London, Ontario