Andrew Harrison leads after two rounds at Alberta Men’s Amateur in Ponoka

Brady McKinlay top Central Albertan seven-over-par

Only one player found red numbers after 36 holes at the Alberta Men’s Amateur Championship.

Through two days at Wolf Creek Golf Resort in Ponoka, only Camrose native Andrew Harrison is under-par. He leads the pack at four-under for the tournament. Canmore’s Matt Bean made a charge Wednesday, but he sits at even-par for the 72-hole event.

Lacombe’s Brady McKinlay sits tied for 15th. He shot a 73 to open the week, then had a five-over-76 in tricky afternoon conditions on Wednesday.

Sylvan Lake product Carter Graf is tied for 22nd at eight-over along with Red Deer’s Cole Morrison and Chandler McDowell of Springbrook.

Chase Broderson, representing the host course, fired a 74 and is tied for 32nd at nine-over.

Lacombe’s Bobby Mcklay and Jace Ouellette of Innisfail were the final two Central Alberta in under the cutline, each shot 14-over-par through 36 holes.



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