Aron Price leads in Panama

US based New South Welshman, Aron Price, shares the lead at the Web.Com Tour's Panama Claro Open in Panama City in Panama, even a double bogey at his last hole not enough to cost him at least a share.

Price is tied with 48 year old Scott Parel, one ahead of Jonathan Randolph and Mark Hubbard.

Price, who is the current NSW Open Champion, said after his round that he had felt good leading into the event after making a few swing changes and although he does not like spruiking his chances he felt confident what lay ahead this week.

Price, who played collegiate golf at Georgia Southern before turning professional in 2005, played the PGA Tour in 2009, 2010 and 2011 after winning on the then Nationwide Tour in 2008, but has been back on the Web.Com Tour since.

Steve Allan in 13th position and Steve Alker 22nd are the next best of the Australasians.

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