Jay Reynolds followed up his record setting 60 at Lions Municipal with a two under par 69 at Roy Kizer to extend his lead in the 2015 Austin Men’s City Championship to eight shots over Brandon Rougeau.
Brandon Rougeau shot 67 at Lions Municipal in the second round to move into second place. Rougeau is from Cedar Park and plays for Tyler Junior College. He recently finished fourth in the National Junior College Championship so he has been playing well.
Two time Men’s City Champion Michael Cooper moved into a tie for third with a three under par 68 at Lions Municipal, giving him a two day total of four under par. He is tied with Steve Paterson and Jack Cersosimo. This group of players all have experience at winning are are poised to move forward should Reynolds stumble in the next two days of play.
Former Men’s City Champion Matt Werneke leads a group at three under par that includes Grant Imhoff, Ben Carter and Jake Ezell,
The field was trimmed to the low 72 and ties for the final 36 holes to be played at Grey Rock and Morris Williams. The cut line was at 153. Click here to see the full field scores.
Both Lions Municipal golf course and Roy Kizer Golf Course were in excellent condition. The greens keeping staff at both courses are to be congratulated on the condition of the courses.
Thanks to Kevin Gomillion, Steve Hammond, Jimmy Olivares, Erik Lopez and all the staff and volunteers at the city courses. The folks helping with live scoring and the guys spotting on the course helped speed play and make the tournament run smoothly so far.
Katy Williams is posting photos of the 2015 Men’s City Championship to the City Golf Department Facebook page. The album for the City Championship can be viewed at this link.
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