Coloradan Don Hurter survives 36-hole cut, advances to round 3 of national Senior PGA Professional Championship
By Gary Baines – 10/04/2019
Only about a third of the original field at the national Senior PGA Professional Championship survives the 36-hole cut and sticks around for the weekend. One Coloradan made the grade on Friday in Austin, Texas.
Don Hurter of Sedalia, an instructor at Castle Pines Golf Club, shot a 1-over-par 73 on day 2, leaving him tied for 63rd place at 1-over 143. The Coloradan trails leader Chad Sorensen of Taft, Calif., by 12.
The top 90 players and ties advance to Saturday’s third round, after which another cut will take place, to the top 70 and ties.
Hurter chalked up five birdies and six bogeys on Friday.
In addition to the title being on the line this week, 35 players will earn berths into the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship, which will be held in May in Benton Harbor, Mich.
Here are the scores for all the Coloradans competing this week:
63. Don Hurter of Sedalia 70-73–143
Missed 36-Hole Cut
117. Mike Northern of Colorado Springs 76-70–146
129. Doug Montgomery of Westminster 75-72–147
143. Doug Rohrbaugh of Carbondale 73-75–148
178. Doug Wherry of Lone Tree 74-76–150
191. Chris Johnson of Castle Rock 77-74–151
212. Sherry Andonian-Smith of Centennial 75-77—152
245. Patrick Reidy of Littleton 76-80–156
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