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Crowded Leaderboard after 36 at Stroke Play
Author: Wayne Mills
August 6th 2014 -

HUDSON, NEW HAMPSHIRE - There is a two-way tie at the top after 36 holes of the 2014 New Hampshire Stroke Play Championship and a whole bunch of pursuers right behind them.

First round leader Joshua Chamberlain slipped to a one over par 73 on Wednesday after his opening 67 but that was good enough to share the lead with Connor Greenleaf who shot his second consecutive 2 under par-70 to join Chamberlain at four under.

Greenleaf managed his two under despite four bogeys making six birdies in his round.

Right behind Chamberlain and Greenleaf are a host of accomplished players ready to make their move during the 36 hole final on Thursday.

Joe Leavitt, who has won about every event he's entered this year including the New Hampshire Amateur Championship is one stroke back at 3 under par where he is joined by former Stroke Play champion Ryan Kohler who shot 2 under on Wednesday, Jake Nutter who had the low round of Wednesday (68) and Griffin Brown who had a 72.

Zach Temple had his second one under par round to be alone at -2 and former champion Craig Steckowych was at one under as was another serious contender, Nick Pandelena.

Jim Cilley who opened with a 68 ballooned to a 76 on Wednesday to drop to 10th place at even par.

Five others were at one over including the father-son duo of Phil and James Pleat.

The cut of the low 40 and ties produced 45 players who will endure the 36 hole marathon final day on Thursday to determine the winner of one of the New Hampshire Golf Association's most prestigious championships.

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