Oglethorpe Invitational: Shad Tuten takes lead
25 Jul 2014
by Benjamin Larsen of AmateurGolf.com

see also: Oglethorpe Invitational Golf Tournament, Wilmington Island Club

SAVANNAH, Ga. (July 25, 2014) -- Armstrong's Shad Tuten seized the second-round lead at the 2014 Oglethorpe Invitational.

Tuten, who resides in Elberton, Ga., shot a second straight 65 and took the lead from Daniel Pizetoski, who followed his opening-round 64 with a 67 on Friday.

Dillon Woods of Jacksonville and Australian Kade McBride are tied for third while Alabama's Robby Prater and Victor Wiggins of North Carolina round out the Top 5 and sit just three shots off of the pace set by Tuten.

The Oglethorpe Invitational is a 54-hole stroke-play tournament with a field that features a solid mix of collegiate players, rising juniors and established mid-amateurs.

Results For Oglethorpe Invitational Golf Tournament
1AustraliaKade McBrideAustralia50068-64-65--197
2NCDanny PizetoskiDavidson, NC40064-67-68--199
3ALRobby PraterBirmingham, AL30069-64-68--201
T4FLJosh LeeOrange Park, FL30066-69-67--202
T4NCVictor WigginsGastonia, NC30070-63-69--202

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ABOUT THE Oglethorpe Invitational

Played at the par-71, Donald Ross-designed Wilmington Island Club in Savannah, Ga., this 54-hole stroke play event (with 36-hole cut) has been a good mix of collegiate, mid-amateur, and senior players since its inaugural playing in 1983, which was won by three-time PGA Tour winner Gene Sauers. Entries open to amateurs with USGA handicap index of 5 or less.

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