Aaron Wise takes lead at Inland Empire Amateur
Aaron Wise
Aaron Wise

MIRA LOMA, Calif. (August 31, 2014) — Soon-to-be University of Oregon freshman Aaron Wise has fired rounds of 70 and 69 to take a two-shot lead into the final round at the Inland Empire Amateur Championship.

Playing Goose Creek Golf Club on Sunday, Wise's 69 jumped him from two back to two ahead as three first-round leaders dropped back. Wise, from Lake Elsinore, Calif., shot 31 on the front nine with five birdies but shot 38 on the back.

Tied for second place are Agostino Milazzo and Cody Hall at 141.

Hall won this year's Los Angeles County Match Play while Milazzo, from Riverside, is a sophomore at Long Beach State.

Results: Inland Empire Amateur
1CAAaron WiseLake Elsinore, CA10070-69-68=207
2CABryan ShinCerritos, CA6569-75-68=212
T3CARobert FunkCanyon Lake, CA3075-69-69=213
T3CASahith TheegalaChino Hills, CA3072-72-69=213
T3CABlake HumblesAlta Loma, CA3072-72-69=213

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ABOUT THE Inland Empire Amateur

The Inland Empire Amateur Championship is a three day event played at three courses in an area where Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernadino and Orange Counties all come together. Format is 54 holes of stroke play with the top 40% advancing to the final round. Played each year over Labor Day weekend.

Championship Flight - 5.0 and below
First Flight - 5.1 to 9.0
Second Flight - 9.1 to 15.0

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