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Three share lead at Pacific Northwest Mid-Amateur
Craig Doell
Craig Doell
VICTORIA, B.C. — Canadians Craig Doell and Michael McAleer, as well as American Sean Fallows of Edmonds, Wash., posted 3-under 68 on day one of the Pacific Northwest Men's Mid-Amateur Championship, and lead by a stroke over Erik Hanson of Kirkland, Washington.

Playing Bear Mountain Golf Resort in Victoria, B.C., this 54-hole championship features the best amateur players over the age of 25 from the Northwest area of North America, including the states of Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and the Canadian provinces of British Columbia and Alberta.

Fallows began the day going 4-under his first seven holes, but cooled off going 1-over his next 11. McAleer started off slow, sitting at even through 10, but made four back-nine birdies to card his 68. Doell's round was consistent, dotting two birdies on each side to go along with one bogey.

Hanson is one back in fourth place at 69, while Rob Olson and Michael Kloenne share fifth place at even-par 71.

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ABOUT THE PNGA Mid-Amateur

Format: 54-hole Stroke Play Competition (Gross only). The field will be cut to the low 60 players and ties for the final round.

Age Limit: Entrants must be 25 years of age or older by the start of the tournament.

Handicap Limit: Entrants must have a USGA Handicap Index or Golf Canada Handicap Factor of 8.4 or less.

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