Six shot swing for Roberts at Kentucky Mid-Am

Reigning Kentucky Open champion Andy Roberts was not in full control after 27 holes of the Kentucky Golf Association's Mid-Amateur Championship. But, Roberts buckled down the last nine holes, carding a one-under-par 35, to post a round two score of 73.

Roberts' two day total of 142 was two shots better than Tyler Sharpe. Sharpe tried to make up his seven shot deficit after round one by firing a low round tying 69. The rounds other 69 was carded by Louisville's Davis Boland.

In the Super Mid-Amateur Division, Tom Sheuerman continued his solid play by posting an even par 72. Sheuerman won by two shots over David Pohlmann.

ABOUT THE Kentucky Mid-Amateur

36-hole stroke play championship with the following divisions: Open (ages 25+), Mid-Senior (40-49), Senior (50-59), and Masters (60+). Open division is gross scoring only, while the other divisions are gross and net.

Entrants in all KGA tournaments shall be required to have an active Handicap Index at a Kentucky Golf Association Member Club at the time of entry and meet the championship’s residency requirements.

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