Watt leads Mandurah Amateur Open
A second round 66 has Brady Watt with a stroke lead going into the final day of the Mandurah Amateur Open in Western Australia.
Watt, the 2011 Lake Macquarie Amateur champion, opened with rounds of 73-66 to be a 5-under-par, with Taylor Macdonald, Jarryd Felton and Nicholas Price a stroke behind.
Brady Watt leads the Mandurah Amateur in Western Australia after the second round (Photo: Anthony Powter)
Daniel Nisbet remains in the mix after rounds of 71-71 to be at 2-under-par and three behind Watt.
Nisbet, our only international winner this season after securing The Players Amateur in the USA, shares 5th position with James Gibellini.
Nathan Holman is in 6th position at 1-under-par following rounds of 72-71, with fellow Victorian Todd Sinnott a shot further back at even par.
Oliver Goss got off to a rocky start with a 75, however, one of the favourites for this event rebounded with a second round 70 to be at 1-over-par and in a tie for 10th along with Dimi Papadatos.
The final round consists of 36 holes, which concludes Monday.