Cameron Peck shot a second consecutive 3-under-par 69 to take a commanding eight-shot lead into the final round at the Washington State Men’s Amateur Championship at Chambers Bay in University Place on Wednesday.
Peck just finished his final year of eligibility at Texas A & M, and said he will turn pro just before PGA Tour Q-School in the fall. He won the 2008 U.S. Junior Amateur Championship, and was named 2008 WSGA Junior Boys Player of the Year.
Cameron Whittle of Moses Lake was 3 under through 13, but struggled to an even-par 72 and is second at 146.
Ryan Earl, who works at a bank and plays out of Capitol City Golf Course in Olympia, was also 3 under after 13 holes but finished with a 71 and a three-way tie for third (147).
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