Sahalee Players' Championship: Two share 54-hole lead
06 Jul 2006
see also: Sahalee Players Championship, Sahalee Country Club


SAMMAMISH, WASHINGTON (July 6, 2006) -- In rounds two and three yesterday, Alex Prugh, a University of Washington golfer from Spokane, Wash., fired rounds of 1-under par 71 and 2-under par 70, while Jon McLean, a Texas Christian golfer from Weston, Fla., carded rounds of even par 72 and 3-under par 69 to both take charge and lead heading into the final round of the 13th Sahalee Players Championship.

Prugh is a 2006 All-Pac-10 Conference First Team member and is the 2005 Pacific Coast Amateur champion. McLean is the son of Jim McLean, one of the most talented golfers to come out of the Northwest and one of the most admired golf instructors in America. Jim McLean Golf Schools are housed at several top-flight courses around the country. Jon McLean was the 2004 Dixie Amateur champion and is the number one player on the Texas Christian golf team.

Three players, Jay Choe of Yorba Linda, Ca., James Love of Calgary, Alberta and first round leader Dustin Johnson trail by only one stroke going into the final round of play.

Nine players are within three strokes of the lead. The championship concludes Friday with 18 holes of play beginning at 8:00 am. The leaders are scheduled to begin at 10:50 a.m. from the #1 tee.

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Results For Sahalee Players Championship
1*WAKyle StanleyGig Harbor, WA50070-74-70-71--285
T2FLJon McLeanWeston, FL40071-72-69-73--285
T2WADerek BergKenmore, WA40074-72-69-70--285
T2SCDustin JohnsonColumbia, SC40069-72-72-72--285
T5CanadaJames AllenbyCanada30074-76-68-69--287

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ABOUT THE Sahalee Players Championship

Inaugurated in 1992, the Sahalee Players Championship (SPC) at its inception strove to annually showcase the best amateur golfers in the Pacific Northwest. As the stature of the club continued to grow as a result of hosting the 1998 PGA Championship and 2002 World Golf Championships-NEC Invitational, the SPC's founders decided to make the SPC a truly international amateur event. As such, invitations to the Sahalee Players Championship are extended only to the finest amateur players worldwide. Those asked to compete will face the same challenge as the professionals at the PGA Championship and WGC-NEC Invitational — 72 holes at stroke play over Sahalee's demanding South and North nines.

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