Sunnehanna Amateur: Four tied for lead through two rounds
Graysen Huff (L), Quade Cummins, Preston Summerhays (R) share a lead with Ryan Hybl
After completing the first round this morning, the Sunnehanna Amateur was back on schedule on Wednesday.
Overnight leader and Oklahoma head coach Ryan Hybl followed his opening 5-under 65 with an even-par 70 to hold a share of the 36-hole lead.
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Not to be outdone by his coach, No. 4 ranked Quade Cummins rallied from an even-par 70 on Tuesday to post a bogey-free 65.
Joining the Sooners atop the leaderboard is junior golf star Preston Summerhays and Auburn’s Graysen Huff. Summerhays, the reigning U.S. Junior champion and a verbal commit to Arizona State, carded five birdies and two bogeys to slide into the four-way tie for first. Huff made an eagle on the par-5 11th to go 4-under through 11. Sandwiching a bogey with two birdies to close out his second round, Huff joined the party at the penthouse.
As the event takes the turn, there are plenty of competitors on the heels of the leading foursome. Clemson’s Jacob Bridgeman and Arkansas' Julian Perico lead a group of seven golfers at 4-under.
Just behind them, nine golfers are ready for Thursday’s moving day at 3 under. Among them is Pepperdine’s William Mouw who led a good portion of last week’s Southern Amateur.
With as stacked of a field as any out there, 44 competitors are at or under par and 40 golfers are within five shots of the lead.
Third round play begins at 8:00 am ET. Live scoring can be found here.
ABOUT THE Sunnehanna Amateur
The Sunnehanna Amateur was inaugurated in
1954 -- it was the first country club
sponsored 72-hole stroke play competition for
in the United States. The
tournament is played on a classic A.W.
design. Only one other amateur
tournament in the United States can list the
Chick Evans, Arnold Palmer, Julius
Boros, Art Wall, Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson,
Woods, and Rickie Fowler as
contestants: the United States Amateur. Its
format has been emulated by
countless amateur tournaments across the
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