The Porter Cup continues today at Niagara Falls Country Club.
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An excerpt from today's story:
LEWISTON – Scott Harvey got to the tee on the par-4 17th hole at Niagara Falls Country Club on Wednesday with his usual plan.
“Make a five,” Harvey joked.
That’s how difficult No. 17 – with out of bounds looming on both sides of the fairway – can be.
Harvey, though, did much better than that during the first round of the Porter Cup. His 7-iron from 175 yards out found the bottom of the cup for an eagle, the highlight of a 6-under round of 64 that gives him a one-shot lead after 18 holes.
“You can’t see it from the fairway. You can see the top of the flagstick, but that’s it,” Harvey said. “I knew I hit a decent shot. I definitely didn’t think it was in. … Generally with that hole, I just plan on making a five, it’s such a hard hole. I make five way more than I make four, so to make a two, that’s crazy.”
Harvey followed up his eagle with a long birdie putt on the par-3 18th hole.
“Today could have been even par just as easily as it was a 64,” he said. “I had a couple bad bounces here and there, but I had some really good things happen right there at the end.”