04 Feb 2022 | Amateur golf |

Leaders stand their ground in Tas Senior Am

by Golf Australia

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Jacquelin Morgan has a four-shot lead in the women's championship.

Launceston Golf Club’s Shayne Walker and Jacquelin Morgan from New South Wales continue to lead the 2022 Tasmanian Senior Amateur Golf Championship into the final day.

Walker, the defending men’s champion, shot a second-round score of one-over-par 72 at the Mowbray course to lead the field by two strokes on one-under-par 141.

Queensland’s Stephen Deane and Ian Frost are poised to strike on one-over-par with local member Terence Clark in fourth on four-over.

Geoffrey Cranfield from New South Wales and Queensland’s Brad Dowling round out the top five in equal fifth place on five-over-par.

In the women’s championship, Morgan sits at seven-over-par 151 after returning 78 on Thursday and leads Prospect Vale Golf Club’s Tammy Hall by four strokes heading into tomorrow’s final round.

Hall carded a second round of 76 to go with yesterday’s 79 and holds a one stroke buffer over Victoria’s Helen Pascoe on twelve-over-par.

Prospect Vale’s Deidre Panton and Lindsay French occupy fourth and fifth place respectively on the leaderboard.

Scoring

Today's draw

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