** The story has been updated with full local results.
Play wrapped up Tuesday morning as five local golfers competed in a U.S. Junior Amateur qualifier at the Owensboro Country Club.
After a Monday morning delay of more than three hours due to heavy rain, play was suspended for a handful of golfers who had to resume play Tuesday morning.
Three Owensboro golfers — Stephen Warren, Jakob Wellman and Daniel Love — were able to complete all 18 holes Monday. Hayden Warren and Chris Salamah each had to finish the remainder of their rounds Tuesday.
Despite strong rounds from all five, none of the three local finishers so far posted scores low enough for either an automatic or alternate spot in the Junior Amateur Championship. The best four scores were are 68, 69, and a pair of 70s.
Salamah finished with the low round of the local competitors, and his 1-under 71 left him in a tie for fifth place. Salamah had two bogeys and two birdies on the front nine, and a birdie on the back was surrounded by eight pars.
Stephen Warren shot a 2-over 74 and is tied for 15th, while Wellman, Love and Hayden Warren each finished just behind with a 75 in a tie for 20th.
Stephen Warren shot an even-par 36 on the front nine that included three birdies and three bogeys. A triple-bogey on the back nine proved costly, though Warren did close out his round with back-to-back birdies.
Wellman finished with 13 pars, but with only one birdie on the day he couldn’t overcome a small handful of bogeys. He shot 2-over on the front nine and 1-over on the back.
Love was steady through the front nine holes, and a pair of bogeys offset one birdie to give him a 1-over 37 on the way out. Coming back in, Love birdied two holes but also had four bogeys.
Hayden Warren had a double bogey and finished 3-over on the front but shot an even bar on the back nine. He finished with three birdies and four bogeys.