Sunnehanna Amateur: Reach leads after rain-altered Day 3
JOHNSTOWN, Penn. (June 13, 2014) -- Rainy weather wreaked havoc on the field Friday at the 2014 Sunnehanna Amateur, forcing the completion of Round 3 to be moved to Saturday morning.
Less than half the field completed Round 3 with the leaders needing to complete the bulk of their third rounds before the 54-hole cut is made and final-round action can commence at Sunnehanna Country Club Saturday.
Atop the leaderboard part of the way through Round 3 is Nicholas Reach. The Georgia Bulldog entered the day at 5-under and is already 3-under on his third round through three holes. At 8-under for the tournament, he holds a four-shot advantage.
Sam Burns, an Oklahoma commit, rising junior Doug Ghim, South Carolina's Will Murphy and Charlie Danielson are all at 4-under, with golf left to play on the outward nine when play was ultimately stopped for th day
Nathan Smith, who held a share of the overnight lead along with Danielson and Reach, is 2-over through three holes in Round 2. Smith, of course, is a four-time U.S. Mid-Amateur champion and two-time U.S. Walker Cup team member.
Third-round play will begin at 8 a.m. with the start of the final round at 9:30. For a full look at the current leaderboard, follow the link below.
ABOUT THE Sunnehanna Amateur
The Sunnehanna Amateur was inaugurated in July of
1954 -- it was the first country club
sponsored 72-hole stroke play competition for
in the United States. The
tournament is played on a classic A.W. Tillinghast
design. Only one other amateur
tournament in the United States can list the likes of
Chick Evans, Arnold Palmer, Julius
Boros, Art Wall, Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson, Tiger
Woods, and Rickie Fowler as
contestants: the United States Amateur. Its medal
format has been emulated by
countless amateur tournaments across the country.
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