Morin leads club championship at Kenai Golf Course

  • By Staff Report
  • Saturday, August 16, 2014 10:45pm
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Chris Morin fired a 3-over-par 75 on Saturday at Kenai Golf Course to take the lead in the Donald R. Morgan club championship. Greg Harrington is in second at 78 and lead with a net of 69, while Chris Murray is in third at 80. The final round of the tournament is today.

At the Kenai Peninsula Open at Birch Ridge Golf Course, pro James Contreras leads the Open Division at 2-over-par 72, while Beau Forrest, playing his first tourney as a pro, is at 75. Amateur Mike Hollingsworth is at 76, making a bid to become the first amateur to win the open division. Rose Pelletier, the current state amateur champion, leads the women at 81.

 

Donald R. Morgan club championship at Kenai

Player Gross Net

Chris Morin 75 71

Greg Harrington 78 69

Chris Murray 80 76

Mike Houghton 82 73

Gordon Griffin 83 75

Todd Eskelin 84 77

Doug Jung 86 78

Mark Griffin 86 76

Aaron Cooper 88 76

Rene Alvarez 88 79

Kirk Hyman 89 79

Steve Fickes 89 73

Ken Liedes 90 81

Chuck Rupenthal 91 80

Roy Wells 93 77

Skip Dove 94 80

Joe Deveaux 97 84

John Gibson 106 86

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