KIAWAH ISLAND — Jarrett Swan, a rising junior at Charleston Southern from Mount Pleasant, continued his steady play Saturday in the 99th Carolinas Golf Association Amateur Championship at Kiawah Island Golf Resort’s Ocean Course.
Swan completed a 1-under-par second round Saturday morning in the rain-delayed event, then followed that with another 71 in the afternoon to grab a three-shot lead heading into Sunday’s final round. Swan, the current Charleston Amateur champion, has a 54-hole total of 214, 2 under par.
Carter Jenkins of Raleigh is alone in second at 71—217, while Miller Capps of Denver, N.C., Daniel Claytor of Rocky Mount, N.C., Trace Crowe of Easley and Dalton Ward of Sumter are tied for third at 218.
Zach Seabolt of Raleigh, who was the 36-hole leader at 141, ballooned to an 8-over-par 80 in the third round and dropped to 17th at 221. Seabolt, who shot 37 on the front nine, finished the round with a triple-bogey 6 on the 17th and a double-bogey 6 on the 18th.
There was an approximate one-hour weather delay at 4 p.m. Saturday because of lightning.
Swan birdied his first two holes of the third round, but gave both of those back with a double bogey on the par-4 sixth hole. He got one shot back with a birdie on the fifth, but bogeyed the eighth.
After the weather delay, he finished out with a par on the ninth hole for an even-par 36. He birdied the par-3 14th and par-5 16th but bogeyed the par-4 18th for a 71.
Jenkins, who will be a freshman at UNC Greensboro this fall, had a shot at the lead when he went 4-under through 11 holes. But he finished the round with bogeys on the final three holes.
Sunday’s final round is scheduled for an 8 a.m. start with the leaders teeing off at 9:40 a.m.
Jarrett Swan, Mount Pleasant 72-71-71—214
Carter Jenkins, Raleigh, N.C. 74-72-71—217
Miller Capps, Denver, N.C. 77-71-70—218
D. Claytor, Rocky Mount, N.C. 74-74-70—218
Trace Crowe, Easley 70-78-70—218
Dalton Ward, Sumter 72-75-71—218
Caleb Sturgeon, Laurens 74-74-71—219
Taylor Dickson, Gastonia, N.C. 75-67-77—219
Adam Goins, Gaffney 76-74-70—220
James Poston, Hickory, N.C. 76-73-71—220
William Gordon, Davidson, N.C. 76-73-71—220
Brian Westveer, Charlotte 76-71-73—220
Scott Harvey, Greensboro, N.C. 77-69-74—220
Todd Eckstein, Durham, N.C. 77-69-74—220
Steve Agazzi, Charleston 73-73-74—220
Eric Brady, Cary, N.C. 74-70-76—220
Zach Seabolt, Raleigh 70-71-80—221
Robert Register, Burlington, N.C. 79-72-71—222
Sam Jackson, Pelion 76-77-70—223
Ryan Eibner, Greenville, N.C. 74-77-72—223
Lee Mitchell, Conover, N.C. 77-73-73—223
Spencer Lawson, Davidson, N.C. 77-76-71—224
Paul Tucker, Waxhaw, N.C. 75-73-76—224
John Eades, Charlotte 78-71-76—225
Roy Dixon III, Salisbury, N.C. 71-77-77—225
Rob Simmons, Beaufort 80-73-72—225
John Schaffer, Sumter 77-74-75—226
Scott Lincicome, Pinehurst, N.C. 76-77-73—226
Luke Haithcock, Burlington, N.C. 71-73-82—226
Taylor White, Duncan 77-75-74—226
Robert Godfrey, Anderson 80-73-73—226
Carson Young, Pendleton 78-73-75—226
Joe Jaspers, Huntersville, N.C. 77-74-75—226
Brent Landry, Charlotte 79-75-73—227
Ryan Gioffre, Greensboro, N.C. 77-74-76—227
Andy Simmons, Charlotte 79-74-74—227
Ron Kirkpatrick, Charlotte 81-70-76—227
Thomas Walsh, High Point, N.C. 80-73-74—227
Jack Radley, Sanford, N.C. 78-78-72—228
David Germann, Clayton, N.C. 77-77-74—228
Carter Davis, Spartanburg 77-76-76—229
Bailey Patrick Jr., Charlotte 81-75-73—229
Tanner Owen, High Point, N.C. 78-75-76—229
Keegan Hoff, Charlotte 79-74-76—229
Cyrus Stewart, Raleigh 75-72-83—230
Richard Fountain, Raleigh 81-74-75—230
M. McMillen Jr., Smithfield, N.C. 78-77-76—231
U. Grissette, Winston-Salem, N.C. 77-79-75—231
Gerald Harrington, Nakina, N.C. 80-76-75—231
Kyle Bearden, Barnwell 79-74-78—231
W. Conover, Holly Springs, N.C. 78-77-77—232
Steve Harwell, Mooresville, N.C. 79-73-80—232
T. Driver, Holly Springs, N.C. 80-74-78—232
Hunter Howell, Raeford, N.C. 81-75-77—233
S. Goodnight, Lincolnton, N.C. 75-78-80—233
Alan King, Columbia 77-78-81—236
Ben O’Geary, Henderson, N.C. 75-81-84—240
Preston Cole, Greer 79-77-85—241
C. Lewis, Morehead City, N.C. 81-75-86—242
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