Carolinas Open Second Round Suspended
BROWNS SUMMIT, NC (May 9, 2012) --The second round of the Carolinas Open was suspended due to a dangerous weather system at 2:35 PM. A significant amount of rain came down, and at 6:00 PM, the decision was made that the golf course could not return to a playable condition until the morning of Thursday, May 10.

Play will resume at 8:00 AM. Competitors who were interrupted must be in the cart staging area at 7:30 AM so that attendance can be taken and golf carts can roll at 7:45 AM in order to have everyone in position in time. After the second round concludes, the 36-hole cut will be made to the low 60 scores and ties. The third and final round will then commence via shotgun at 1:15 PM. All competitors who survive the cut must be in the cart staging area at that time. Any competitors who wish to withdraw must inform a CPGA or Bryan Park GC staff member. If that is you, please ensure that you do not possess a fellow competitor's score card.

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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