Rain delays at Western Junior
VILLAGE OF GOLF, FL - The 95th Western Junior championship is back underway after a three-hour rain delay during Wednesday's second round.
Play was halted at 10:20 a.m. due to heavy rains, but resumed at 1:20 p.m. The rain has stopped falling for the time being at the Country Club of Florida, allowing enough the morning wave to return to the course to complete their 18-hole rounds.
All afternoon tee times were pushed back three and a half hours, with the first scheduled tee time of the afternoon at 3:30 p.m.
Those in the afternoon wave who will not finish their rounds before dark will resume their second rounds Thursday morning, thus delaying the 36-hole cut. The time is still to be determined.
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ABOUT THE Western Junior
72-hole stroke play event open to male amateur
golfers who are at least 16 years old and not
older than 19 by the end of the tournament.
Entrants must have an official and verified
handicap index not exceeding three strokes.
maximum of 156.
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