Fawl, Lackey share City lead

By Steve Sell
June 25, 2016

The 33rd annual McPherson City Golf Tournament basically has been reduced to the young gun against the younger gun.

Treg Fawl, a six-time City champion even though he isn’t even 30 years old yet, heads into the final round as the grizzled veteran in what is expected to be a duel with McPherson High senior-to-be Jacob Lackey.

The two long bombers share the lead after two days with 144s, with Lackey shooting 76-68 and Fawl 77-67. Today’s round was at Rolling Acres after the tourney started Friday at McPherson Country Club.

They have left the rest of the field far behind, with Chris Stucky third at 80-72-152. There’s a real battle for fourth as Kurt Kinnamon (78-78-156), Jay Reissig (80-76-156) and Steve Sell (80-77-157) are in contention.

Fawl and his father, Tony, have a one-shot lead in the team division after rounds of 73-65-138, one shot up on Lackey and Casey Cheek (72-67). Kinnamon and Craig Corrigan (71-71-142), Stucky and Jason Buschbom (72-70-142), and Sell and Cliff Hawkes (75-70-145) complete the Top 5.

Sunday’s final round is at Turkey Creek.


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