August 21, 2004

Keymont Leads Mid-Senior

Gary Keymont takes the lead of the Mid-Senior Championship as the field is narrowed down to 74 players.

Keymont, of Orlando, fired the low round of the tournament, a 4-under par 68 in the second round on the North course to jump into first place.

In the first round, Keymont posted a 74 on the South course and with his 68 has a two-round total of 142. In second is Rick Barger, of Merritt Island,who is one back from Keymont after shooting a 69 in the second round. Barger also recorded a 74 on the South course in the first round and continues to the final round with a 143. Doug Snoap, of Apopka, trails Keymont by two strokes shooting a 72-72—144. First round leader, Scott Ernst, of Naples, shot a 77 in the second round and combined with his first round score of 70 is at 147 going into the final round. The 2002 Mid-Senior Champion, John Corzilius, of Englewood, is also at 147. Defending Champion, Paul Melson, of Plantation, shot a 73-76—149 to make the cut.  

To be eligible for the Mid-Senior Championship, players must be age 40 or older. The Championship is 54 holes of stroke play cut to the low 70 plus ties after 36 holes. Rounds one and two were played on the North and South Courses with the final round on the South course. The final round of the Championship will be played tomorrow, Sunday, August 22 at the PGA Golf Club in Port St. Lucie.  For pairings, tee-times and complete results, please visit

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