Dogwood: Guthrie leads by 1 entering final round
ATLANTA, GA (July 1, 2011) -- Luke Guthrie remains in the lead heading into Saturday's final round at The Dogwood. Guthrie and Nate McCoy both shot 67 in Friday's third round. McCoy is alone in second place.
After shooting 70 and 69 in the first two rounds, Alexander Kang fired an impressive 64 to move into a tie for fourth place.
Kang is tied with Bobby Wyatt while Seth Reeves is in third place.
ABOUT THE The Dogwood Invitational
The first Dogwood Invitational, held in April 1941,
validated Druid Hills Golf Club as a challenging venue
for amateur golf tournaments. The Club has hosted
eight Georgia State Amateur Championships over the
years, and the tournament continues as a staple on
the major amateur golf circuit. The Dogwood was
discontinued in 1973 and did not return until 1994
when a new tournament format was introduced. The
new format included entrance into the tournament by
invitation only and added an 18-hole qualifier for five
to eight open spots prior to the tournament start. A
Senior Division was added in 2005.Participation in The
Dogwood Invitational is by invitation from the
Dogwood Tournament Committee. The tournament is
72 holes of stroke play with a 54 hole cut to low 40
and ties for final round. Players are required to walk
during tournament play and may carry their golf bag
themselves or take a caddie. 8-spot Qualifier is held
Monday of tournament week, prior to the event.
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