There is no doubt, I will make it!
2019 PING Canadian Junior Match Play Champion for the Junior Boys division (U19) by a score of 5 & 3
When I was 7, I started playing golf. At first, it was just for fun, but when I started high school, I had the chance to join a high-level team. This allowed me to improve my golf skills. I participated in my first competition at 11 years old. I like competitions because they allow me to surpass myself. In 2019, I obtained the 1st rank of juvenile boys in the Montreal region and the 22nd/213 rank of boys in the province of Quebec – category U19 (I was 15 years old). In 2018, I was 4th in the ranking of the province of Quebec – Bantam category.
I understood quickly that golf requires as much mentally as it does physically. If the mind is not there, the results are not there either. My secret is to stay calm and focused while having fun.
For me, golf is a way of life. I play golf every day; weekends, holidays, in bad weather… nothing can stop me. I want to enroll in an American university in 2022 so that I can play my sport 12 months a year, improve my level of golf and also win competition for the university that I represent.
Financial education 90
Current Handicap: + 2.0
2020 Average for over 18 holes: 73.5 <download>
2020 - Tournament average 73.65
Best achievements provincial and national tournaments
July 25-28 2021 - Optimist International (G-B 16-18) – Doral Trump, Miami, FL | 75- 74 -77 | 17/132
July, 19-22, 2021 - Men's Provincial Amateur Championship - Pointe-des-Cascades, Québec, Canada | -3 |71-68-71-75 | Position: 6/153
July, 12-15, 2021 - Championnat provincial junior des garçons - Boys' Provincial Junior Championship - Val D'Or, Québec, Canada | +10 | 68-81-71-78 | Position: T11/122
Jul 8, 2021 Junior Regional Competition | Score: 70 (-2)
Jul 5, 2021 - Jul 6, 2021 The Men's Provincial Competition | Course: Royal Québec - Royal | Tour: Golf Québec | Score: 74-76
December 17-20 2020 Men's Dixie Amateur Championship, Eagle Trace Golf Club, Coral Springs, Florida 76-78-73-73 | T41
December 5-6 HJGT - Tournament of Champions (Boys 16-18), Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida 75-75 | T35
November 28-29 HJGT Red Tail Thanksgiving Junior Open, Sorrento, Florida 73-71 | Winner
October 3-4 HJGT Cataraqui Junior Classic, Cataraqui Golf & Country Club, Kingston, Ontario, Canada 77-70 |3rd
August 31 Alexander of Tunis at Camelot, Cumberland, Ontario (Men's tournament), Canada 72 | T8
August 22-23 Provincial Boys 'Junior Champ (U19) at Chateau Bromont, Québec, Canada 73-74 | T13
August 10-11 Omnium East Coast Pro Tour Open, Ile-Bizard, Quebec, Canada 74-74 | T38
August 1-3 Men's Provincial Amateur Championship, Lachute, Quebec, Canada 71-73 | T17
July 27-29 Junior Provincial Match-Play Championship - Summerlea - 2nd - Final round miss in prolongation 2nd (19th hole), Vaudreuil-Dorion, Québec, Canada
July 23th CRJ 4 Montreal Lachute, Quebec, Canada 75 | 3rd
July 21st CRJ 3 Montreal International 2000, Hemmingford, Quebec, Canada 75 | 2nd
July 20th CRJ 2 Montreal Portage, L'Assomption, Québec, Canada 71 | 2nd
August 8th CRJ 1 – Montreal Val-des-Lacs 75 | 2nd
August 14th CRJ 6 – Montreal Lachute 74 | 2nd
August 24-25th Invitation Graham Cook Bromont 73-74 | T4
July 13th CRJ 3 Montreal Cerf – Actuel 73 | 1st
July 16th East Canadian Championship Covered Bridge 74-78-72 | T11
Quebec 4th best junior golfers of the year (Golf Quebec)
2018 Golf Quebec / FAEQ scholarship program
August 12-13th Provincial Champ. Bantam Drummdville 78-69 | T3
August 25-26th Invitation Graham Cook Bromont 74-71 | 2nd
August 27 CRJ7 Montral Dunes Sorel 73 | 1st
Home golf course – Summerlea – Quebec
I have won in September 2018 the 2 days Junior Championship tournament of the Summerlea golf course
Golf Quebec Team
July 30, 2018 – Jeux du Québec –Médaille d’or– formule Vegas | 1st place
Cambridge – Ontario
July 7th 2019 - Juvenile (U17) Boy’s Qual | 72 T3
Hamilton - Ontario
July 1-5, 2019 - Ping Canadian junior match play championship | 1first place – under 19 years old (Mathieu was 15 years old) | 72-83 + 4 match play.
US Golf Tournaments
March 9-10, 2019 - Southwood Golf Club (FSU's Home Course), Tallahassee, FL | 76 -74 T7
July 23-25 2019 - Optimist International (G-B 14-15) – Doral Trump, Miami, FL | 77- 74 -78 T15
November 9-10 2019 - Optimist Tournement of Champions - ChampionsGate - Orlando, Florida | 75-77 8th
2020: 5/122 - U19 - Overall Boys Order of Merit (Golf Quebec)
2020: 11/272 - Men's Order of Merit (Golf Quebec)
2019: 1/35 - Juveniles Boys Order of Merit (Golf Quebec - Montreal)
2019: 22/213 - U19 - Overall Boys Order of Merit (Golf Quebec)
2018: 4/103 - Bantam Boys Order of Merit (Golf Quebec)
Club ToCarry on TrackMan
3 wood 260
2 iron 245
4 iron 220
5 iron 205
6 iron 195
7 iron 185
8 iron 170
9 iron 160
50 º 130
54 º 110
58 º 100
What makes you different?
I am known for the long drive. Last year, when I was 15 years old, I drove the green 4 times on a par 4 in competition. I also have a reputation for being a good putter on short and long distances. A golf instructor once told me that long-distance golfers are not usually that good at putting and having skills in both is what will make me unbeatable in the near future.
Why do you want to compete in college?
In Quebec, where I live, no major event can help me to move forward. Lots of PGA players have played in the NCAA, so I want to take this step to make my dream come true.
My objective is to combine my academic studies and sporting talent. I want to study business, more specifically in marketing or management. I have natural aptitudes in these areas and I am ready to put the time and effort necessary to have good grades. From a sporting point of view, I wish to participate in different golf tournaments to promote my university and help them win many victories.
Anything else we should know?
I have also participated in several Taekwondo competitions and won different medals. In 2014, I won the Chong Lee Cup (national competition) in my category at the Claude Robillard center in Montreal. Due to the risk of injury in taekwondo, especially fingers and hands, I decided to stop taekwondo and focus on golf. When I quit Taekwondo, I was 1 ½ belts away from getting my black belt.