Brewer rushes to lead at The National

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The National Old Course – 7th hole

Kenneth Brewer from Lynwood GC (NSW) has stormed up at the 36-hole point of The National Senior Masters.

Players were greeted today with beautifully calm conditions on the Old Course and were treated to picturesque views of Bass Strait that carved on the hilly slopes of the par 72 landscape

Brewer fired five birdies on his way to a four-under-par 68 and is now one but one for the tournament.

Darryl Whitehead (Royal Canberra) is in second place with five shots and will try to bridge the gap tomorrow.

McLeod GC member Tim Deakin (QLD) and Gordon Claney (Kingston Heath) round off the last group for tomorrow, both of whom have a third chance of a shared third place.

The net championship sees a four-way draw at the top with Kenneth Brewer, Tim Deakin, Geoffrey Beck (Victor Harbor) and David McMillan (Dunheved) all at the same time 141.

The field excision in the championship was made at 164 (+20) for the gross scores of top 75 plus ties, with the rest of the field for 100 people being the second best players (cut to net 157 on a count-back). ).

Players will complete the final round on the Old Course tomorrow and will start at 8:00 AM with the consolation field again on the Moonah Course.

Click here for scoreboards for the championship.

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