Corey Prugh, Rod Perry Lead PGA Professional
SUNRIVER, Ore. (AP) — Corey Prugh had six straight birdies and shot an 8-under 63 in light rain Sunday for a share of the first-round lead with Rod Perry in the PGA Professional National Championship.
Prugh, a PGA assistant professional at Manito in Spokane, Wash., and Perry, the PGA head professional at Crane Lakes in Port Orange, Fla., broke the course record on Sunriver Resort’s Meadows course.
Jeff Sorenson, a PGA teaching professional at Columbia in Minneapolis, was a stroke back. He also opened at the Meadows.
Three-time champion Mike Small, 2007 winner Chip Sullivan, 2004 champion Bob Sowards and Mark Sheftic had the best scores on the Crosswater Club course, the site of the final rounds, at 3-under 69.
The top 20 finishers will earn spots in the PGA Championship in August at Oak Hill in Rochester, N.Y.
Source: Associated Press
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