Bishop Remains In Second At Pacific Coast Amateur Championship

Louie Bishop's second round included five birdies on Wednesday. (Todd Hammond)
 
Louie Bishop's second round included five birdies on Wednesday. (Todd Hammond)
 
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Aug. 3, 2005

BANDON, Ore. -

UC Davis golfer Louie Bishop fired a second round of 1-over, 73, and is tied for second following the first two days of the 39th Pacific Coast Amateur Championship, played Wednesday on the 6,876-yard, par 72 Bandon Dunes Golf Course.

Bishop entered the day in second place after registering a 2-under, 69, on Tuesday. The junior from Murrieta, Calif., has a two-day score of 142 and trails leader Clay Ogden by two strokes after Ogden fired rounds of 68-72 -- 140. Bishop, Ogden, the 2005 USGA Amateur Public Links champion, and Alex Prugh (72-70--142) are the only players under par after the first two rounds.

Bishop's round on Wednesday featured five birdies, seven pars and six bogeys, including a birdie on the final hole, a 585-yard par 5.

The Pacific Coast Amateur Championship is one of the nation's premier amateur tournaments and is being contested over four rounds of play at the Bandon Dunes Golf Resort. Today's round and Friday's final round are played at Bandon Dunes Golf Course while the first and third rounds are played at the 6,503-yard, par 71 Pacific Dunes Golf Course.