Billy Mitchell holds three-shot lead at Timuquana Cup
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Billy Mitchell of Roswell, Ga. leads the Timuquana Cup by three heading into Sunday's final round. The Mid-Amateur only tournament, which also has senior and super-senior flights, has been hosted at Timuquana Country Club since 2012.
Mitchell opened with 70 on Friday, then got to two under through the first nine holes of his second round. His even-par back-nine consisted of just two pars to go along with four bogeys, two birdies, and an eagle. His second straight 70 leads first-round leader Kevin Wolf by three shots.
Wolf, who carded 69 on Friday, was going along nicely and headed toward an even-par 72 in round two but double-bogeyed the par-three 16th.
Ben Hayes and Brad Wilder are at even-par, just a stroke behind Wolf, while Bill Sharpe and Rusty Shrawn are at one-over.
The Senior Division is being led through two rounds by 2013 U.S. Senior Amateur winner Doug Hanzel with fellow Savannah, Ga. native Jack Hall just a stroke behind. Hanzel is at four-under while Hall is at three-under.
In the Super Senior Division, Steve Melnyk leads by six with Randy Briggs in second place.
ABOUT THE Timuquana Cup
Invitational tournament with a field
of 40 of the top Mid Amateur players in the
country, together with 20 of the top
Amateurs and 18 more Super Senior amateurs .
The theme of the event will be a
Friends" with a small, select field
those individuals whose passion is
golf. The Timuquana Cup will be a
of amateur golf.
The tournament chairman is Steve Melnyk,
USGA Rules Official Tom Dudley will be in
charge of course set up and the rules of
competition. One of the highlights of this
year's event will be a cocktail cruise on the
Johns River departing from the Timuquana
Country Club dock and housing will be
for many competitors in members' homes.
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