Thursday, July 26, 2018

Scots in contention but need something special in final round

O'Hara and Hutcheon need sub-par finishes 

to win PGA £10,000 prize


By COLIN FARQUHARSON
Paul Hara and Greig Hutcheon need sub-par scores in the final round if either is to topple long-time leader James Freeman (Retford) over the final round and take the £10,000 first prize out of the Englishman's  grasp in the PGA Professional Championship at Little Aston Golf Club, Sutton Coldfield.
O'Hara is joint second on 205 (67-68-70), three behind Freeman (67-67-68), while Hutcheon is on 206 (67-68-70).
Hutcheon had five third-round birdies but also a double bogey 6 and two bogeys while o'Hara made his task just that little bit more difficult by bogeying the 18th.

PGA PROFESSIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
Little Aston Golf Club, Sutton Coldfield.
THIRD-ROUND LEADERS
par 216 (3x72)
202 J Freeman (Retford) 67 67 68.
205 P O'Hara (N Lanarkshire Leisure) 67 68 79, J Godwin (Barnehurst) 70 69 66.
206 G Hutcheon (Paul Lawrie GC) 66 70 70, J Whatley (Morley Hayes) 71 68 67, A Willey (Oakmere Park) 67 69 70, M Ramsden (Renishaw Park) 68 68 80.

SELECTED SCORES
210 C Kelly (Scotland for Golf) 70 70 70, G Wright (West Linton) 69 70 71 (T11)
213 G Fox (Clydeway Golf) 73 68 72 (T27)
218 P McKechnie (Braid Hills) 72 71 73 (T45)








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