CHOW LOOKS TO CAPTURE HIS THIRD MID-AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP
Shubenacadie, NS – Two time past Mid-Am champion, Trevor Chow from Ashburn fired a four under par 68 during today’s round of the 2017 MCT Men’s Mid-Amateur Championship at the Links at Penn Hills. Chow’s second round included a 1 eagle on the par 4 seventeenth, 5 birdies, one bogey and one double. Chow began the day tied for the lead. He now has a four-stroke lead heading into tomorrows final round and a two-day total of 137.
Jody Swim from the River Hills Golf Club was tied for third after yesterdays opening round. Swim, who won the 2008 Mid-Am the last time it was held at Penn Hills, now sits alone in second place heading into the final round. Swim carded a 70-71-141 and is currently three under par.
David Williamson from Ashburn sits in third place and is even par after the first two rounds. Williamson fired a 71-73-144.
Oakfield’s Matt Vaughan, who was tied for the lead with Trevor Chow after round one, fell back to fourth place during todays second round. Vaughan has carded a two round total of 69-77-146.
This competition will determine the provincial champion and select the team that will represent Nova Scotia at the Canadian Men’s Mid-Amateur Championships. The Canadian Men’s Mid-Amateur will be held at The Wascana Golf Club, in Regina, SK from August 22-25.
The final round of the MCT Men’s Mid-Amateur will take place Sunday at the Links of Penn Hills. For a complete list of results and final round pairings please