Shover jumps out to three-shot lead at Vermont Mid-Amateur
JAY, Vt. (August 21, 2014) — Despite a double bogey on hole nine, Gary Shover capitalized on a two-under par back nine, including one of just three eagles made on Thursday, to jump out to a three-shot lead at the Vermont Mid-Amateur.

In second place in home course native Bryan Smith of Jay Peak Golf Club — home to this year's event. Smith shot 73, but was at one point at two-under through 13 holes but made three bogeys coming in.

Three players are tied for third place with 74s on Thursday.

Jay Peak is playing to 6,321 yards and is a par-72.

ABOUT THE Vermont Mid-Amateur

Residents of Vermont must be a member of a club of the VGA. Non-residents must be members of a VGA member club for the past three years, has an active GHIN handicap issued by a Vermont Golf Association member club and has posted a minimum of 10 rounds of golf in the last 12 months outside of the major championships at any VGA member club. Format is 18 holes of stroke play qualifying with the low 32 advancing to match play.

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