Isaiah Logue takes two-shot lead into Pennsylvania Amateur final round
Isaiah Logue
Isaiah Logue

SCRANTON, Pa. — Isaiah Logue has birdied the last hole during both rounds at the Pennsylvania Amateur. So it's only fitting that he leads the tournament by two strokes heading to the final round at the Country Club of Scranton.

With rounds of 67 and 70, Logue, a sophomore at Liberty University, is two ahead of second-place-holding P.J. Acierno.

Holding down third place three shots back is Chad Warmbein while Luke Miller is in fourth place four back. Just four players are under par with one round to go

Defending champion John Sawin is not in the field after winning last year's event at Oakmont Country Club — site of the 2016 U.S. Open.

ABOUT THE Pennsylvania State Amateur

First played in 1909, the Pennsylvania Amateur is 54- hole stroke play event open to any male amateur golfer who is a member of a club belonging to the Pennsylvania Golf Association. Non exempt players must qualify through a sectional qualifying event a month prior. There will be a cut to the low 40 and ties after the second round.

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