Bradbury maintains lead at Colorado Senior Stroke Play
PARKER, Colo. — A day after making seven birdies at the 44th Colorado Senior Stroke Play, Robin Bradbury went birdie-less Wednesday at Colorado Golf Club. But that didn't keep the golfer from Heritage at Westmoor from retaining the lead with one round remaining.

Bradbury, a semifinalist in the 2015 Colorado Senior Match Play, shot a 4-over-par 76 on Wednesday to leave him at 1-over 145 for two rounds.

In fact, the top three players after round 1 are the top three after round 2 -- in the same order.

Former CGA president Bill Fowler of the Club at Rolling Hills trails by one after carding a 75 on Wednesday. Fowler made three birdies in round 2.

Defending champion and Colorado Golf Hall of Famer Kent Moore of Cherry Hills Country Club shares third place at 151 after a second-round 77. Also tied for third is Tim Kneen, who shot the day's third-best round -- a 74 -- while competing at his home course.

The championship will conclude on Thursday, when the leaders will tee off at about 10 a.m.

ABOUT THE Colorado Senior Amateur

Active CGA members ages 50 and up. 54 holes of stroke play. A 36-hole cut will be made to the low 40 players and ties. Non-exempt players must pre-qualify.

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