Cole Maday, from West Linn, Ore., and the 2017 winner of the Oregon Amateur, had a pair of 4-under 68s on the 6,986-yard, par-72 South and North nines at Sahalee.
SAMMAMISH — Cole Maday, who just completed his junior season at UCLA, took a four-shot lead after two rounds Monday of the Sahalee Players Championship at Sahalee Country Club.
Maday, from West Linn, Ore., and the 2017 winner of the Oregon Amateur, had a pair of 4-under 68s on the 6,986-yard, par-72 South and North nines at Sahalee.
Three players are tied at 4-under 140 — Brian Humphreys of Vancouver, Wash., (72-68), Nathan Barbieri of Sydney, Australia (70-70) and Cole Hammer of Houston (70-70).
Maday, who tied for ninth in this event last year, had an eagle 3 on the 544-yard, par-5 11th hole in his first round to go along with four birdies and two bogeys. In his second round Monday, he had a clean card with no bogeys and four birdies.
Most Read Sports Stories
- Pete Carroll says Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is 'over-trying,' plus injury updates and more
- Where was Chris Carson in Seahawks' loss to Bears? Pete Carroll has an explanation --- or two
- Former WSU quarterback Jason Gesser resigns amid sexual-misconduct allegations
- All Seahawks show in Monday night loss to Bears is the extent of their decline
- Three impressions from the Seahawks' loss to the Chicago Bears on Monday Night Football
The top local player after the first day is RJ Manke of Lakewood, tied for 17th after a 74-71—145.
The event continues with 18 holes Tuesday and the final 18 holes Wednesday.
• With a 5-under 65, Davis Gullikson of Meadow Park vaulted himself into a tie atop the Seattle Amateur leaderboard. Gullikson is at 3-under 137 after rounds at Jackson Park on Sunday and Jefferson Park on Monday. He is tied with Devin Andrews of Western Washington University, who had a 70 at Jefferson after an opening 67 at Jackson. Ben DuBois of Fairwood Golf & Country Club is third at 70-68—138 as the final round is set for Tuesday at West Seattle.
• Timothy Horn, a Honolulu kicker regarded as one of the best in the 2019 recruiting class, has made a verbal commitment to the Huskies. Chris Sailer Kicking ranks the 6-foot-3, 205-pound Horn as the No. 3 kicking prospect.
• Everett goaltender Dustin Wolf has been named to the USA Hockey roster for the under-18 Hlinka Gretzky Cup in August in Alberta. Last season for the Silvertips, Wolf had a 13-6 record with four shutouts with a .928 save percentage.