Kinder, Louisiana November 6, 2020
Defending Champion Robby McWilliams of Benton leads the 31st LGA Senior Amateur after 36-holes. McWilliams was the 18-hole co-leader with Eric Lavespere of Monroe after an opening round five-under par 67. McWilliams carded a second round six-under par 66 to lead by four strokes over Lavespere who shot a second round two-under par 70. Eddie Seabaugh of Bossier City fired the low round of the Championship so far with a second round of seven-under par 65. Seabaugh finished the day in solo third place, five-strokes behind McWilliams. McWilliams is looking to win his second LGA Championship of 2020 on Saturday after winning the Senior Four-Ball at Southern Trace Country Club in October.
In the Super Senior Division, Eddie Lyons of Shreveport went wire-to-wire to capture the Super Senior title. Lyons dominated the field, winning by ten strokes after carding rounds of five-under par 67 and a bogey-free eight-under par 64. Lyons had 15 birdies and only 2 bogeys over the 36-hole Championship. Robert Shelton of Lafayette finished in second-place with rounds of three-under par 69 and even-par 72. Michael Scurria was the third-place finisher with rounds of one-under par 71 and even-par 72.
Koasati Pines at the Coushatta Casino Resort in Kinder was in fantastic condition. Hurricanes Laura and Delta caused significant damage to the property but thanks to Brent Leblanc and the entire maintenance crew they were able to get the course back to Championship condition. Koasati Pines played to a par 72 at approximately 6,000 yards for the Super Senior Championship and approximately 6,500 yards for the Overall Championship.
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