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Castro and Gruca take three shot lead into final round of 50th Georgia Four-Ball Championship

Franco Castro and Tyler Gruca of Atlanta shot a second round 63 to go with their opening round 63 to build a three-shot lead at the Georgia State Golf Association’s 50th Georgia Four-Ball Championship hosted by Cartersville Country Club.

Two teams are tied for second after 36 holes.

Dalton Melnyk and Tyler McKeever (62-67—129) of Atlanta along with Price Miller and William Love (66-63—129) of Atlanta are tied at 15-under-par.

Chad Branton (Cartersville) and Christian Raynor (Kennesaw) are fourth (65-65—130) just four shots back. Greg Johnson (Cartersville) and Cres Dodd (Calhoun) are tied for fifth at 131 (65-66) along with the team of Erik Martin (Atlanta) and Stephen Behr (Alpharetta).

Other local notable scores making the 36-hole cut:

T12 — Kyle Hosick (Cartersville) and William Hamilton (Calhoun) — 67-67—134

T12 — Scott Davenport (Marietta) and Mike Heffner (Villa Rica) — 69-65— 134

T12 — Lee Bowman (Atlanta) and Matt Stauch (Marietta) — 68-66 — 134

T20 — Andy Burris (Cartersville) and Chase Jones (Cartersville) — 70-66— 136

The tournament concludes Sunday with the 32 teams that survived the 36-hole cut on the 6,988-yard, par-72 layout at Cartersville Country Club.


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