Amateur Harrison Shih one back at Metropolitan Open
-Story courtesy of the MGA

BEDMINSTER, N.J. (August 19, 2014) — Amateur Harrison Shih of held the clubhouse lead after the morning wave with his three-under 69 at the Metropolitan Amateur.

After a sluggish start, the Columbia University golfer settled down and put up a great round. He's currently tied for second place and just one shot back.

“I made a sloppy bogey on 11 (started on the 10th),” Shih told the Metropolitan Golf Association. “I three-putted from the fringe for a bogey, but other than that I got the most out of my round.”

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1. Past MGA Open Champions.
2. Male PGA Members in good standing in the Metropolitan or New Jersey sections. (A-3 members must have their principle place of residence in the MGA district.)
3. Male professionals, employed at a golf facility in the MGA District, who are enrolled in the PGA’s GPTP.
4. Male head & assistant professionals at MGA Member Clubs.
5. Male professionals who are bonafide members with full golfing privileges at MGA Member Clubs, have a residence in the MGA District and a current USGA Handicap Index of 4.0 or less at that member club.
6. Amateur members & applicants for Amateur re-instatement at MGA Member Clubs with a current USGA Handicap Index at that club of 4.0 or less.
7. Male amateur golfers, 21 & under, in the immediate family of the Head Professional, Manager, & Superintendent at MGA Member Clubs with a current USGA Handicap Index of 4.0 or less.

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