Pan Tied For 14th At Northeast Amateur
June 21, 2012
RUMFORD, R.I. -- Cheng-Tsung Pan shot even-par 69 for the second consecutive day at the 51st Northeast Amateur Invitational and sits tied for 14th with 36 left to play.
Pan, who just completed his freshman season at Washington, started his round at Wannamoisett Country Club in Rhode Island on the 10th tee and notched four birdies and four bogeys during the day. The second team All-American recorded all his bogeys during a five-hole stretch on Nos. 14 through 18 at the par-69, 6,732-yard course.
Pan shot a 69 in Wednesday's first round -- scoring par on all 18 holes.
Jordan Russell, who just completed his senior season at Texas A&M, is 9-under to lead the field.
The field has been cut to 50 competitors and those golfers with play 18 holes on Friday and Saturday. Pan is scheduled to tee off at 9:34 a.m. PT.