Greystone Invitational : Green falls, Tucker takes lead
Jake Tucker
Jake Tucker
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (June 20, 2014) -- First-round leader Alex Green fell and Jake Tucker took advantage during Round 2 of the 2014 Greystone Invitational.

Playing the Founder's Course at Greystone Golf & Country Club, Tucker, who plays golf at Troy University, fired a second-round 70 to move to 6-under for the event and will head into Saturday's third round with a one-shot advantage over John Michael O'Toole.

Green, who carded a red-hot 66 in Thursday's opening round of play, stumbled to a 78 and fell to a tie for 12th place.

Defending champion Tyler Hitchner shot 69 in Round 2 and leads a group of four players, which includes Robby Prater of the NCAA Champion Alabama Crimson Tide, at 3-under and three shots back.

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ABOUT THE Greystone Invitational

72-hole tournament, cut to the low-60 plus ties after 36 holes. Committee accepts the lowest 124 applicants based on USGA index signed by a golf professional. Greystone Country Club's slope is 146 and the rating 74.1 and was designed by Rees Jones in 2000. The Legacy Course is a magnificent test of golf. Out of state players are encouraged to apply.

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