Chow six strokes off pace at pro­vin­cial tour­ney

Cape Breton Post - - SPORTS -

Only three golfers shot a lower third round score than Trevor Chow, but the Baddeck na­tive still finds him­self six strokes off the pace at the 2015 MCT In­sur­ance Men’s Am­a­teur pro­vin­cial cham­pi­onship. Chow, who now re­sides in the Hal­i­fax area, fired a two-over par 73 on Fri­day at Kingston’s Paragon Golf and Coun­try Club in a round that fea­tured four birdies and six bo­geys. Through three rounds, the 38-year- old sits tied for fourth place with a cu­mu­la­tive score of 10-over par. Chow, who golfs out of the Ashburn Golf Club in Fall River, shot 77 and 73 in rounds one and two. The tour­na­ment leader is now David Wil­liamson, also of Ashburn, whose four-over par to­tal gives him a three stroke lead head­ing into Satur­day’s fi­nal round. The 36-hole leader, Brad­ford Cur­ren, was dis­qual­i­fied, how­ever de­tails as to why were not re­leased.

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