MANCHESTER, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - In a two-day golf tournament just about anything can happen. At the 93rd annual pretty much everything did. In the end, Evan Harmeling from Andover, Massachusetts, won it with a birdie on the final hole.
Harmeling was one of 13 golfers who shot below par for both rounds. He followed Monday's 66 (-4) with a 67 (-3).
Bangor native Jesse Speirs took the lead about when he finished an hour before the final group. He followed his 68 (-2) from the first round with the low score of the day two: a 66 (-4).
The 2011 Greater Bangor Open champ shared second with 1996 Maine Open winner Geoffrey Sisk.
Manchester's Thomas Bean and Minot's Andrew Slattery were the only two other Mainers to finish in the top 20: Bean in a tie for 13th (-2), Slattery a tie for 17th (-1).
Opening round leader and Rockport resident Mack Duke settled for a share of 13th after shooting a a three over 73 to finish two under.