Colin Monagle among three leaders at Magnolia Amateur
HATTIESBURG, Miss. — Graduated senior Colin Monagle of Jacksonville University is one of three leaders tied at the top of the 4th annual Magnolia Amateur thanks to a second-round 66.
Playing Hattiesburg Country Club, Monagle, along with Luke Kwon of the University of Oklahoma and Parks Brown of Gainesville, Fla., are deadlocked at seven-under 137 after Saturday's round.
Monagle, a native of Jacksonville, had the lowest round of the trio while Kwon fired 67 and Brown a 68.
First-round leader Bryce Alley, a junior at the University of Texas-San Antonio, posted even-par 72 in the second round and is one of three players tied for fourth place at five-under 139. Alley led by one after a tough scoring Friday.
Also at five-under are Chris Baker and Hayes Weathersby, who both fired 67 on day two.
The 54-hole tournament will conclude Sunday.
ABOUT THE The Magnolia Amateur
The Magnolia Amateur is a limited field event of
144 players consisting of a collegiate division and
a mid-amateur division. The field will be cut to
the low 72 players and ties after 36 holes of
competition has been completed. The overall
champion may come from either division, with the
competition taking place over 3 days and 54
Along with the individual tournament, there is a
college team competition that will be based on
the combined scores of two players on the same
team over the 3 rounds.
It is an exclusive amateur tournament, where
players are reviewed and accepted by the
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