Norm Bradley of Kelowna, B.C. fired a 2-over 73, stretching his lead to three shots after round two at the 54th Pacific Northwest Senior Men’s Amateur; while Carey Watson of Bend, Ore. and Gary Vanier of Driggs, Idaho share the lead at 1-over par heading into the final round of the 9th Super Senior Men’s Amateur.
The championships are being held concurrently at Sunriver Resort (Ore.) on the resort’s Meadows course, conducted by the Pacific Northwest Golf Association (PNGA). The Senior Men’s Amateur includes men 55 years of age or older while the Super Senior Men’s Amateur features men age 65 years or older.
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Bradley, who entered the day two strokes clear of the field, carded 16 pars against two bogeys in the second round, good enough for a 2-over par 73 and a three-shot lead over Tom Lewis of Bonney Lake, Wash.
Bradley and Lewis will be paired with four-time PNGA Senior Men’s Amateur champion Tom Brandes of Bellevue, Wash. in the final round, teeing off at 11:00am.
Lewis fired a 1-over 72, and now sits two strokes back of Bradley.
Watson fired the round of the day (2-under 69) in the Super Senior Championship, moving into a tie with round one leader Gary Vanier, who finished the day with a 1-over 72. Watson capped the round with three birdies in his final five holes, sending him straight up the leader board into a tie for first.
Watson and Vanier will tee off at 1:30pm in tomorrow’s final group, along with Stephen Rhorer of Costa Mesa, Calif. who sits just one back.