Anderson, Nelson lead Eagleglen Open

September 1, 2012 

Anchorage golf professionals Bryan Anderson and Rob Nelson each opened the Eagleglen Open with a 4-under 68 on Saturday to share the lead in the 36-hole tournament.

Casey Cusack sits one shot back after a 69, and Billy Bomar is alone in fourth place after a 70.

David Hamilton fired a 1-under 71 to take a one-stroke lead over State Amateur champion Greg Sanders in the top men's amateur flight, and Allegra Butler leads the amateur women by 12 shots after a 77.

Final round play begins at 8 a.m., Sunday.

Eagleglen Open

First-round scores

Professionals

1) (tie) Bryan Anderson; Rob Nelson, 68; 3) Casey Cusack, 69; 4) Billy Bomar, 70; 5) James Contreras, 74; 6) Tony Azarra, 75; 7) (tie) Travis Jorgenson; Nolan Rose, 76; 9) (tie) Jeff Barnhart; James Triplett, 77; 11) Brandon Kaiser, 80; 12) Eric Clark, 82; 13) John McBride, 82; 14) Mark Lynch, 83. Senior pros -- 1) (tie) Mark Dolejsi; Scott Taylor, 75; 3) Joe Butler, 76; 4) Bill Enberg, 78; 5) Tom Walsh, 81; 6) Frank Wilson, 90.

Amateurs

Woods flight -- 1) David Hamilton, 71; 2) Greg Sanders, 72; 3) (tie) Adam Baxter; Mike Oldenkamp, 73; 5) Paul Blanche, 74. Simpson flight -- 1) (tie) David Johnston; Scott Lewandoski, 74; 3) (tie) Rod Hill; Mark Schneiter, 75; 5) William Stone, 76. Watson flight -- 1) Herschel Deaton, 79; 2) Jay Wistoff, 80; 3) Tim Connolly, 83; 4) (tie) Rusty Dooley; Ben Wallace, 84. Dufner flight -- 1) Larry Maulden, 84; 2) Mike Lankford, 89; 3) (tie) Nelson Lilagan; Kevin Okinello, 91; 5) Jeff Pifer, 92. Creamer flight (women) -- 1) Allegra Butler, 77; 2) Connie Rummel, 89; 3) Kim Everett, 90; 4) Jane Shaw, 97; 5) Lori Townsend, 107.

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