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Nagy cards 73 to lead UPGA field

August 10, 2013
The Mining Journal

By Escanaba Daily Press

MANISTIQUE - Mike Nagy of Manistique continues to lead the pack after the second day of competition at the UPGA Men's Championship at Indian Lake Golf Course in Manistique after shooting a 73 on Friday for a two-day 142 total.

However, he heads into championship flight play just one stroke ahead of Escanaba's Scott Lancour, who shot a 71 both Thursday and Friday for a gross score of 142.

"I'm hitting the ball the best I have all year," Lancour said. "I love playing here, I love everything about this course, and I'm feeling pretty good.

"I'm still chasing Mike (Nagy) though. He's a great player, and he's got a lot of experience out here, as well as a lot of people rooting for him."

Lancour added the rest of the competition is going to get longer and harder, but he feels confident about the way he has been playing.

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UPGA

leaderboard:

Mike Nagy 141

Scott Lancour142

Mark Clements 144

Tim Drees 146

Chris Rhoades148

Dustin Dishaw 149

Jim Markell149

Chad Wester 150

Mark Clements of Ishpeming also finished with a 71 Friday, bringing his gross score to 144 and giving him third place.

Menominee's Tim Drees shot 73's both days, which was good enough for fourth overall.

He was followed by Chris Rhoades of Marquette at 148, while Dustin Dishaw of Crystal Falls and last year's champion, Jim Markell of Iron Mountain, came in at 149.

Markell improved his score by shooting a 71 Friday.

"I turned it around a little and got within shouting distance," he said. "Nagy still shot great today, and he is still leaps and bounds ahead of us.

"But I'm not focusing on his game. I'm just trying to make the championship flight."

Marquette's Chad Wester rounded out both days with a 150, and Bill Langlois, Joe Quinn, Rob Ryan, and Eric Spindler all grossed 151.

Tom LaVigne and West Stripling scored 152's, while Scott Erickson, Brett Hauswirth and Tim Steiger all put up 153 to round out the top scores.

The top 16 players advance to championship flight play today and Sunday. The others competing in the tourney will also be divided up into groups of 16.

 
 

 

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