Frost Emerges from Pack for Two-Shot Lead

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Frost Emerges from Pack for Two-Shot Lead


The, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


David Frost rpemerged from a three-way tie to lead the Hardee's Golf Classic on Saturday.

Frost, the defending champion, shot a 6-under-par 64 and was at 195, two strokes better than D.A. Weibring after 54 holes.

The third round started as a two-man competition between Frost and Weibring, a two-time Hardee's Golf Classic champion.

Each stumbled with an early bogey before settling into a par-breaking rhythm across the soggy Oakwood Country Club course.

Weibring had an eagle and four birdies, but bogeyed 17 to finish with a 66.

Frost, of South Africa, is coming off a victory in last week's Canadian Open.

Weibring is trying to become the first player to win this tournament three times.

St. Louisan Jay Delsing (66-71) is 6 shots off the pace. Player Paces Seniors

LEXINGTON, Ky. - Gary Player shot a 4-under-par 68 for a share of the second-round lead in the Senior Golf Classic with Dale Douglass.

Player and Douglass are tied at 136, one stroke better than Jim Albus, Dave Stockton, Bruce Crampton and J.C. Snead after two trips around the 6,798-yard Kearney Hill Links course.

Player finished the day with five birdies and one bogey. …

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