Four players share one-shot lead at St. Augustine Amateur
ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (Oct. 11, 2014) — Englishman Edward Richardson opened the St. Augustine Amateur with a three-under par 67 at St. Johns Golf Club, giving him a two-stroke advantage.

But after Saturday's second-round play, three other players have joined him at the top at one-under par overall heading into the final round.

Canadian-born Ryan Borg (pictured), a University of South Florida sophomore, shot four-under 66 to jump into a tie for the lead and claim the lowest round on Saturday.

Jacksonville native Cory Carlson, who is a University of Georgia commit, shot rounds of 70-69 to join Richardson and Borg at 139. Rounding out the group at one-under is Brandon Mancheno, a 15-year-old who also hails from Jacksonville.

Mancheno, who recently tied for eighth place at the Florida State Junior Amateur, has posted rounds of 69-70 through 36 holes of play.

Richardson followed up his 67 with a two-over par 72. Though the round included four of his nine birdies thus far through 36 holes, Richardson made six bogeys, including three in a row from holes five to seven.

Travis Trace and William Gordon are one back in a tie for fifth place at 140.

Overall, 20 players are within four five shots of the lead headed into Sunday's final round.

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ABOUT THE St. Augustine Amateur

54 hole stroke play event for better amateurs and collegiate players. The field will be limited to 84 players, with no cut. The tournament is open to Amateurs only whose entry has been accepted by the Tournament Committee however there is an open qualifier several weeks prior to the event - contact the Tournament Committee or visit the website for details.

Unless prior arrangements are made with the approval of the Committee, competitors must walk during the competition.

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