Haslerud has two-shot advantage at Minnesota Senior
MENDOTA HEIGHTS, Minn. (September 8, 2014) — It's always good to be the only golfer under par at any event. For David Haslerud, that is the situation he finds himself in after 18 holes at the Minnesota Senior Amateur. His one-under par round of 71 leads by two halfway through the event.

Leif Carlson is alone in second place at 73 while defending champion Jim Lehman is five back and in a tie for seventh place at 76.

ABOUT THE Minnesota Senior Amateur

The Championship will consist of three divisions: Senior (55-64), Master (65-74) and Grand Master (75 and over). All players in the Championship will play 18 holes of stroke play each of the first two days. Master and Grand Master champions will be determined after 36 holes. Senior Division results will be determined after 54 holes.

There will be a cut after 36 holes, and the 36 lowest scoring players (plus ties) from the Senior and Master Divisions, will continue and play an additional 18 holes on the final day of competition.

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