Florida Azalea: Cyril Suk, Osten Waite share lead entering final round
16 Mar 2013
by Benjamin Larsen of amateurgolf.com
see also: Palatka Golf Club
PALATKA, Fla. (March 16, 2013) -- Cyril Suk and Osten Waite both fired second-round 68s to take the lead entering the final round of the 2013 Florida Azalea Amateur at Palatka Golf Club.
The co-leaders shot first-round 69s and were two shots back of first-round leader Logan Stauffer entering Saturday's second round. They matched each other with 68s and are two shots up on Joshua Lee (73-66--139) and Jamey Salmon (71-68--139).
Neil Handerson of Scotland and Stauffer are among a group of six players four shots off the pace on a jam-packed leaderboard.
All told, there are 16 players within five shots of the lead entering Sunday's final round.
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ABOUT THE Florida Azalea
The Florida Azalea was started in 1958 as a two-
team tourney. The field has, over the years,
boasted players who have gone on to greatness at
the professional level. Tommy Aaron, who teamed
with Dan Sykes for the 1960 Florida Azalea team
title, went on to win the 1973 Masters. And Bob
Murphy, winner of back-to-back Florida Azalea titles
while playing for the University of Florida golf team
in 1965-66, was an 11-time winner on the PGA
More recently, there is the 1997 champ
Ryuji Imada of Japan.
The 220-man Azalea field competes in one of six
flights. The first flight is Championship, with a cut
after 36-holes. The next five flights are Net.
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