W. Penn. Spring Stroke Play: Nathan Smith wins by two
PITTSBURGH, PA (May 2, 2016) - Nathan Smith, one of the top mid-amateur players in the country won today's Western Pennsylvania Spring Stroke Play. Smith finished 3-under-par and was victorious by two over Zachary Ford.
In the one day 36-hole event Smith who has the won the U.S. Mid-Amateur a record four-times fired rounds of 70-71 at St. Clair Country Club. Smith carded only three bogey's on the day while birdieing six holes, including four during the first round.
Ford (-1) was alone in second place and Darin Kowalski (E) was third. Rick Stimmel (+1) and Sean Knapp (+4) rounded out the top-five finishing fourth and fifth.
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Index not exceeding 4.4 strokes who has either won his
respective Men's Club Championship or has accrued
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Index issued by a WPGA Member Club is required for
entry. 36 holes of stroke play over a single day.
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