Noah Steele is Player to Watch at 2023 Osprey Valley Open
(CALEDON) – Noah Steele is looking to become the next Canadian to find the winner’s circle this season on PGA TOUR Canada. And judging from his track record, Steele will be among the players to watch at this week’s Osprey Valley Open presented by Votorantim Cimentos CBM Aggregates, where he won as an amateur just two years ago.
Canadians have won two of the first five events on PGA TOUR Canada halfway through the 10-tournament schedule. Stuart Macdonald of Vancouver, British Columbia, won last week’s Commissionaires Ottawa Open to join countryman Etienne Papineau of St-Jean-sur-Richilieu, Quebec, who took the season-opening Royal Beach Victoria Open.
In 2021, Steele was only 23 years old when he birdied five of the last eight holes on the final day at the TPC Toronto course to beat Papineau, who was also an amateur at the time. Steele came back in 2022 and missed the cut.
Full story from PGA TOUR Canada below:
Noah Steele looks to build on previous success he's had at TPC Toronto at this week's Osprey Valley Open.
— PGA TOUR Canada – Fortinet Cup (@PGATOURCanada) July 26, 2023
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