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Clyburn finishes tied for 30th at 100th Georgia State Amateur Championship

R.B. Clyburn

R.B. Clyburn of Cartersville shot a final round 70 (1-under-par) Sunday to finish the 100th Georgia State Golf Association Amateur Championship at Cherokee Town and Country Club in Atlanta in a tie for 30th place. Clyburn, who was the only local golfer to make the 36-hole cut in the tournament, shot rounds of 73-73-72-70 on the par-71, 7,105-yard North Course. His final round was his best of the four day event. He started slowly with a double bogey on hole No. 10, but completed the round with five birdies, two bogeys, and ten pars. Four of his five birdies came over his final seven holes of the day. Rising high school senior Harris Barth of Westminster in Atlanta won the championship by one shot over Will Kahlstorf and two shots ahead of Stephen Behr and Josh Edgar.

Barth (68-72-69-67) finished the 72-hole championship at 8-under par 276. Kahlstorf, a UGA golfer from Watkinsville, fired rounds of 70-68-69-70. Behr, 27, who played at Clemson and resides in Atlanta, shot 70-71-68-69. Edgar, a graduate student and golfer at Georgia State, tied for third with rounds of 71-68-69-70.

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