Sri Lanka’s Leading Amateur B. A. Sanjeewa made the cut-off at the Royal Wellington Golf Club New Zealand, representing Sri Lanka at the invitation of the World Amateur Golf Ranking Major Invitational Asia-Pacific Amateur Championship among Amateurs qualified to receive an Invite from around many countries.
Lee Min Woo of Australia led the field of 120 top Amateurs At the end of 2 Rounds with a total of 135, 7 under par, 1 stroke ahead of Lin Yuxin of China, with Wools-Cobb, Shae also of Australia a further stroke behind. Sanjeewa made the cut-off at 148 (6 over par) tied for 53 rd place, to advance into the final 2 rounds of the Asia-Pacific Amateur Golf Championship, which is the biggest Amateur Championship in the Asia-Pacific and the Winner qualifies to play in the Masters and The Open in Scotland, among the top Golf Professionals in the world. J M D Indika & N Amarapadma both missed the cut-off tied at 159, 11 strokes off the Cut.
ASIA-PACIFIC AMATEUR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP IN WELLINGTON LEADER BOARD AFTER 2
135 – Leader – LEE, Min Woo (Aus) 67, 68- Leader
136 – 2 nd – LIN, Yuxin (Chi) 69, 67 – 2nd
137 – 3 rd – WOOLS –COBB, Shae (Aus) 63, 74 – 3rd
139 – T4 -ZHANG, Andy (China) 69, 70 VOKE, Nick (NZ) 67, 72, MARUYAMA, Sean (Japan) 67, 72,
GO, Lloyd Jefferson (Phi) 67, 72, MOUNTCASTLE, Kerry (NZ) 69, 70
148 – 53 rd Tied – B A Sanjeewa – Cut- Off