Daniels Leads WSGA Senior Men's, Naumetz leads Super Seniors Into Final Round

The second rounds of the Washington State Senior Men’s Amateur Championship and Super Senior Men’s Amateur Championship were held today at Gig Harbor, Wash.’s Canterwood Golf & Country Club.

The 54-hole stroke play championships conclude Thursday, October 1, and are being held concurrently. Both championships are being conducted by the Washington State Golf Association (WSGA).

Larry Daniels of Seattle, Wash. leads the Senior Men’s after the second round by two shots with just the final round remaining tomorrow. He posted the lowest score of the round with a two-over-par 74 on a day where scores climbed at the challenging Canterwood. Daniels heads to the final round at five-over-par total. He won this Championship in 2009 at Wenatchee Golf and Country Club.

Two shots behind Daniels at seven-over-par total is Michael Clark of University Place, Wash. Joining Daniels and Clark in the final group tomorrow is Tom Hale of Lakewood, Wash. Hale, the 2014 WSGA Mid-Amateur Champion trails the lead by three strokes at eight-over-par after a five-over 77 today.

Keith Crimp of Ellensburg, Wash. and Christopher Scott of Kirkland, Wash. also sit in a tie for third place with Hale at eight-over-par. Crimp won this Championship in 2010 when it was held at Mill Creek Country Club.

In sixth place is Bob Burton of Everett, Wash. at nine-over-par after a solid round of 75 today.

Full scores and final round pairings for the Senior Men’s can be found here.

After two rounds in the Super Senior Men’s Amateur, Fritz Naumetz of Phoenix, Ariz. leads the field by two strokes. He followed a one-over-par 73 in round one with a six-over-par 78 in round two. Fritz made birdie on his final three holes yesterday, and continued to finish strongly today. He carded two birdies in his final five holes to finish at seven-over-par total.

Past-champion of the WSGA Senior Men’s Rick Weihe of Bellingham, Wash., holds second place alone at nine-over-par total.

In a tie for third place at ten-over-par are defending champion Gudmund Lindbjerg of Port Moody, B.C. and Jeff Remington of Edmonds, Wash. Lindbjerg posted the lowest score of the day in the Super Senior field at four-over-par 76.

Full scores and final round pairings for the Super Senior Men’s can be found here.

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