Aaron Wise ahead at Patriot All-America
LITCHFIELD PARK, Ariz. (Dec. 30, 2014) — University of Oregon freshman Aaron Wise shot 67 on Tuesday at Wigwam to take a two-shot lead into Wednesday's final round at the Patriot All-America, overtaking first-round co-leaders Kolton Crawford (Arkansas) and Damon Salo (Johnson & Wales).
Wise, who hails from Lake Elsinore, Calif., has rounds of 70 and 67 up on the board at the Gold Course at Wigwam Resort in Litchfield Park. Wise's 67 on Tuesday could have been better made double bogey on 17 followed by a bogey on 18.
Jimmy Beck of Kennesaw State and Thomas Lim, a teammate of Wise's, are tied for second place at 139, while Crawford, a Texas native, fell out of first place into fourth place after a second-round 72.
Salo, of New Ipswich, N.H., struggled to a 76 and is in a tie for 12th.
The final round concludes tomorrow.
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ABOUT THE Patriot All-America
The Wigwam and the Golf Coaches Association
of America (GCAA), in partnership with the
Folds of Honor Foundation present the Patriot All-
America Invitational. It's one of the most unique
in all of golf.
84 top collegiate players named to the PING All-
America team in NCAA Division I,II and III, NAIA
NJCAA, AJGA, one player from each military
and select international players compete in a 54-
Each player honors our military by carrying a bag
the name, rank and service of a fallen or severely
wounded soldier embroidered on the pocket.
the championship, the bags go to the players’ school
for auction, with proceeds benefiting the Folds of
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