Scurr struggles in second round at Revelstoke

Chilliwack natives Steven Scurr and Connor McLellan have fallen well back of the lead at the BC Junior Boys Golf Championship.

Chilliwack’s Steven Scurr has fallen 12 shots off the pace through two rounds of the BC Junior Boys Golf Championship.

Round two was played Wednesday at the Revelstoke Golf Club.

Scurr, who was tied for 33rd overall after round one, slipped to 39th with a four-over-par 76. Scurr had trouble on the front nine. After a birdie on the third hole, he double-bogied the fifth and six holes, and bogied the seventh and eighth.

Scurr rebounded slightly on the back nine, mixing three birdies with two bogies, but the damage was done.

Chilliwack’s Connor McLellan matched Scurr’s score.

McLellan carded one birdie, on the fourth hole, and five bogies, finishing the day in a 14-way tie for 47th.

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