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McDaniel shoots 65 in Junior PGA


Potomac Falls, Va. - Jacob Solomon of Dublin, California holds a one shot lead over Tyler McDaniel of Manchester, Kentucky going into the final round of the Junior PGA Championship in Potomac Falls, Virginia.

Solomon, who trailed leader Brad Dalke of Hobart, Okla., by a stroke heading into the third round, shot a 4-under-par 67 for a 204 total to lead McDaniel by one.

McDaniel, who finished eighth in the 2012 Junior PGA Championship, tied the male competitive course-record of 65 at Trump National on Thursday and earned a spot in the final group on Friday.

“Other than the first tee shot and that missed the fairway by five yards, I don’t think I hit a shot that I didn’t like today,” said McDaniel, 17. “I had no fear today. I had nothing to lose since I wasn’t leading.”


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