Tough conditions make for a tight race at the Mississippi State Four-Ball
Jackson, MS (April 22, 2012) -- Blustery conditions at Colonial Country Club-Deerfield were certainly a change for the field during the second round of the 2012 State Four-Ball and Bill Cass Senior Four-Ball. Rett Crowder and David Coleman joined first round leaders, Matt Wofford and Justin Elliott. The teams are currently at the top of the leaderboard at 10-under-par.

Mike Thompson and David Griffin posted the low round of 2-under-par to hold the lead of the Senior Division. Sharing a piece of the Senior Division lead is the team of Randy Smith and Charlie Keeton at 5-under-par 139.

Super Senior division leaders, Doug Parker and Joey D’Angelo, pushed through the windy conditions to remain three strokes ahead of the competition. Senior and Super Senior Divisions have been flighted following the second round

ABOUT THE Mississippi State Four-Ball

The tournament is scheduled for 54 holes of four- ball stroke play. Three divisions will compete in the championship. The field is limited to the first 40 Regular Division, 28 Senior Division and 28 Super Senior Teams.

Senior and Super Senior divisions will be flighted following 36 holes of play. The Regular Division may be flighted, if necessary to complete three tournament rounds. All participants must conform with the USGA Rules of Amateur Status. All participants are required to have an active GHIN Handicap through a USGA Licensed Mississippi Club. Participants must be bona fide residents of the state of Mississippi for at least 60 days prior to the first round of the tournament.

Senior Division: Male amateurs who have reached their 50th birthday prior to the first round of the championship.

Super Senior Division: Male amateurs who have reached their 60th birthday prior to the first round of the championship.

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