Trans-Miss Senior: Burda remains on top
LA QUINTA, Calif. (May 21, 2014) -- Another round, another lead for Jeff Burda.

Thanks to a 1-under 71, Burda maintained his position at the top of the leaderboard at the 2014 Trans-Mississippi Amateur Championship.

At La Quinta Country Club, Burda used his local knowledge (he holds a residence in the city and plays out of PGA West) to stretch his lead to two shots entering the third and final round of action Thursday.

Gary Hardin, who shot a second-round 71, is in second place. The Fort Worth, Texas resident matched Burda's low round of the day to climb the leaderboard and take sole possession of second place.

Mac McGee (74-73) is in third place entering Round 3.

Defending champion Corky Nelson is in a tie for 25th place.

For a full look at the Trans-Miss Senior Leaderboard, follow the results link below.

Results: Trans-Miss Senior and Mid-Master
1CAJeff BurdaModesto, CA50073-71-72--216
2MNDavid MootyEden Prairie, MN40077-73-68--218
T3CABill BrammerRancho Santa Fe, CA30078-73-70--221
T3TXMac McGeeMidland, TX30074-73-74--221
T3TXGary HardinFort Worth, TX30075-71-75--221

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ABOUT THE Trans-Miss Senior and Mid-Master

The championship will be contested over 54 holes of individual stroke play with four divisions: Mid-Master (ages 40+, max handicap 2.0), Senior (55+, max handicap 4.0), Super Senior (65+, max handicap 10.0) and Legends (70+, max handicap 12.0).

Must be a member of Trans-Mississippi Golf Association member club (players may make an individual contribution of $100 minimum to the Turf Scholarship Fund as part of the entry process, in lieu of club membership).

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