Carolinas Open: Amateurs have the first four spots early
Luke Grogan (right) with his twin brother Levi <br>We're proud to have them both as AGC members
Luke Grogan (right) with his twin brother Levi
We're proud to have them both as AGC members

GREENSBORO, North Carolina – Round one of the 92nd Carolinas Open presented by BB&T was suspended today due to heavy rain and lightning causing unsafe conditions for the competitors. The day at Bryan Park Golf Course (Champions Course) started out in the upper 70’s with excellent course conditions before weather stopped play in the early afternoon and again stopped play in the later afternoon.

Amateur Luke Grogan of Canton, North Carolina currently leads the field of 150 players with a first round total of 68 (-4). Grogan had 8 birdies on his card, including 5 straight birdies on the front nine of the Champions Course.

Amateurs, Joshua Stockwell (West End, NC) and Justin Hood (Saint Matthews, SC) are in a tie for second place after both players fired 3-under rounds of 69. Stockwell had four birdies and an eagle (Hole #3) on his card while Hood also had four birdies in his round.Eleven players finished under par and twenty three players are currently at par or better. Play will resume at Bryan Park Golf Course tomorrow, Wednesday, August 3rd at 8 a.m. and spectators are welcome.

ABOUT THE Carolinas Open

54-hole stroke play. The field will be reduced to the low 60 contestants (or 1/3 of the field if 140 or less) and ties after 36 holes. Open to CPGA Members and Apprentices who are otherwise eligible as prescribed by the CPGA Tournament Rules and Regulations and Amateurs who reside in North or South Carolina and have a current USGA Handicap Index of 5.5 or less at the time of entry deadline, verified by a CPGA Professional.

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