Ottawa’s Andrew Jensen has a share of the lead at the Grey Goose World Par 3 Championship in Bermuda.
Jensen, who turned 30 on Friday, posted a three under par, 51, on Saturday and co-holds the top position with PGA of Canada member Dave Levesque and two-time European Tour winner Mark Mouland of Wales.
The Ottawa golfer could have held the lead himself if not for a three putt bogey on the final hole of the day. He shared by text after the round that he knew four under would be leading and “got a little steery” with the first putt.
Overall it was a pretty solid day of play for the University of Ottawa graduate who hit 16 of 18 greens on the Turtle Hill Golf Course and made five birdies overall. He did miss three other birdie putts under 7 feet but overall he says it was a tidy round.
With eighteen to go Jensen will be doing his best to maintain the focus he had during round one. “Really looking forward to tomorrow and doing what I can to hit a lot of green again,” he said.
Twenty-five players are within three shots of the lead.
The complete leaderboard can be found at this link.
Final round tee times can be found at this link