Two Saskatoon players have made the cut at the 115th Canadian Men’s Amateur Golf Championship in Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia.Roman Timmerman is the top Saskatchewan player at 11-over-par and in a tie for 49th place after three rounds of play. Justin Wood is four shots further back in a tie for 67th. The three-round leader is William Buhl of Fairhope, Alabama at 8-under. Top Canadian is Johnny Travale of Stoney Creek, Ontario at 1-under.Other Saskatoon players who missed Tuesday’s cut are Bradley Moser, Ty Campbell and Josh Nagy. Danny Klughart of Prince Albert, Jehremy Ryde from Eston and Kyle Wiebe of Madison also finished below the cut line. The final round goes Thursday at the Glen Arbour Golf Club.The 100th Saskatchewan Senior Men’s and Mid Masters Championships were underway at the Royal Regina Golf Club on Wednesday and Regina’s Ken Rodgers has the 2nd round lead. His even-par total makes him the only golfer not above par. Swift Current’s Brent Wotypka is second at 4-over. Top Saskatoon player is Rick Hillestad at 8-over, tied for fifth.A Regina golfer also has the lead at the mid masters event with Tyler Wright leading the way at 2-over. Just one stroke back are Saskatoon’s Brad Phelps and Regina’s Ryan McNall. Eighty seniors and another 28 mid masters will tee it off for the final round Thursday.