Jeff Jones of Sequim tees off at hole No. 2 at Sunland Golf & Country Club Saturday during the second round of the 2020 Clallam County Amateur Championship. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Jeff Jones of Sequim tees off at hole No. 2 at Sunland Golf & Country Club Saturday during the second round of the 2020 Clallam County Amateur Championship. (Michael Dashiell/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

GOLF: Over 100 amateurs hit the links in Clallam County tourney

PORT ANGELES —Devin Andrews, a Juanita High School product, led the Clallam County Amateur Saturday after the first two days of the tournament at Peninsula Golf and Country Club and Sunland Golf Club Saturday.

Andrews was leading with a gross score of 6-under-par. The final round will be played Sunday at Cedars at Dungeness.

Cole Reynolds, based at the Meridian Valley Country Club, was second at 5-under-par, while local golfer Rick Hoover of the Peninsula Golf and Country Club was third at 2-over-par.

Among net (handicap) scores, Dennis Powell based at Sunland Golf Club, was leading after two days with a 6-under-par. Lisa Chon of Cedars at Dungeness and Charles Lee of Chambers Bay Golf Club were tied for second at 4-under-par. Derek Moore of SkyRidge and Andrews were tired for third at 3-under-par.

Marine Hirschfeld of Sequim tees off on the first hole during Friday’s opening round of the Clallam County Amateur Tournament at Peninsula Golf Course in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Marine Hirschfeld of Sequim tees off on the first hole during Friday’s opening round of the Clallam County Amateur Tournament at Peninsula Golf Course in Port Angeles. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Leading the each flight after two days were:

Gross

Flight One — Andrews, 6-under-par; Flight Two — Hoover, 2-over-par; Flight Three — Steve Deshler, Auburn Golf Club, 10-over-par; Cynthia Carpine, Sunland Golf Club, 23-over-par.

Net

Flight One — Andrews, 3-under-par; Flight Two — Charles Lee, 4-under-par; Flight Three — Moore, 3-under-par; Flight Four — Dennis Powell, Sunland, 6-under-par.

After the first day of the tournament Friday at Peninsula Golf Club, Andrews was leading with a score of 4-under-par.

Adam Columbia, based at the Home Course in DuPont, and Reynolds based at the Meridian Valley Country Club, were tied for second, each with a 1-under-par.

Tied for third were Ethan Casto of the Bellingham Golf and Country Club, Jordan Lee of the Tacoma Country and Golf Club and Charles Lee of Chambers Bay Golf Club all at Even Par.

Leading the net (handicap) scores was Scott Hendricks of the Peninsula Golf and Country Club, with a 5-under-par. Charles Lee was second at 4-under-par and tied for third were Moore, Andrews and Hoover, all at 2-under-par.

After Day One, Andrews also led his Flight One in both net (2-under-par) and gross (4-under-par). Charles Lee led Flight Two in both net (4-under-par) and gross (Even) scores.

Moore led Flight Three in both net (2-under-par) and gross (5-over-par).

Leading Flight Four in net was Hendricks with his 5-under-par and leading Flight Four in gross was Tim Frost with a 13-over-par score.

More than 100 golfers from all around Washington are participating in the three-day event.

Sunday’s final round will be held at Cedars at Dungeness. Check www.Peninsuladailynews.com for updated scores from Saturday’s Round 2.

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