Sasada takes 4-stroke lead after two rounds of Stroke Play Championship

KAWAIHAE, Hawaii (AP) – A four-under-par 68 Tuesday gave Brian Sasada a

four-stroke lead after two rounds of the Aloha Section PGA Stroke Play


Sasada, representing Maui’s Makena Golf Club, had five

birdies and one bogey during his round for a 36-hole total 137 at the Mauna Kea

Golf Course.

First-round leader Kevin Hayashi shot an even par 72 to hold

down second place at 141 with Kirk Nelson of Makena in third at 143.


Acia leads the senior division at 147, followed by Larry Stubblefield, Mike

Iyoki and Dennis Rose at 148.


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