He hit into a hazard on 15 to give up the lead.
Leavitt jumped in front early, with birdies on three of the first five holes. He made a two footer on the first hole to grab an early lead before a rare bogey brought it back to even.
A tough stretch for Brogan began when he caught a limb with his drive on 13 and lost the hole to a par. After a strong drive on 14, Brogan hit his second shot into a greenside pond to lose the hole. Ghd Iron
Lantz made six birdies in his 16 holes against Lane to win 4 and 2.
Leavitt first putt, about 40 feet, was probably his worst of the Beats Volume Control
Leavitt, who lost on the 20th hole of a quarterfinal match to James Pleat of Nashua last year, advanced Friday morning with a 20 hole victory over Chris Houston of Laconia.
Friel trailed by three holes playing the 13th when he hit his second shot under a bush behind the green. Leavitt was safely on the green, about to take a commanding four hole lead.
Friel advanced to the semifinals by knocking off 17 year old Matt Killam of Newport Country Club 4 and 3 in a Friday morning quarterfinal.
day. He left it 15 feet short. But after Friel made his putt, Leavitt nailed his to mitigate any damage and Clarisonic retain his three hole advantage.
"Getting up early is a big thing for me, because I tend to get frustrated some times,'' Leavitt said. Lantz of New London in Saturday's 36 hole final. The 23 year old Lantz, who played spectacularly all week, beat defending champion Jim Cilley of Canterbury Woods 5 and 3 in Friday's other semifinal.
"I played as well as I have all week,'' Lane said. "But that guy made six birdies and could have had a couple more.''
CONCORD Had Nashua golfer Ryan Friel rallied to beat Joe Leavitt in Friday afternoon's New Hampshire Amateur Championship, it would have been easy to identify the turning point.
Down by one with two holes to play, Brogan hit his tee shot on the par 5 17th into the woods and wound up losing the hole and the match to a Cilley par.
His putt looked bigger when Leavitt lost 14 by hitting into two hazards on the same hole, cutting the lead to two
He stuck his second shot within a foot of the cup and tapped it in for his fourth birdie of the day, wrapping up the match when the players halved 16.
Two other area golfers saw their State Am quest end on Friday morning. Wilton's Steve Lane, who beat nine time champion Bob Mielcarz in an epic 35 hole match on Thursday afternoon, ran into a red hot Lantz on Friday morning.
Nashua's Friel falls in semis
Leavitt rolled in an 8 footer on four to regain the lead for good. A three foot birdie putt put him up by two on the fifth hole.
Lantz birdied the first two holes of the match and never trailed.
But the 15th hole was much more indicative of the way the 18 year old Atkinson player has been performing this week, on his way to his first State Am final.
"He hit it within a foot like five times,'' Friel said. "I needed to make more putts to stay in it. Normally it's all about my putting.''
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