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Eubanks and Kyatt Share Alabama State Mid-Amateur 36-Hole Lead

36-Hole Leaders: Woodie Eubanks (L) and Vic Kyatt (R)

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. – Round two results of the 31st Alabama State Mid-Amateur Championship of the Alabama Golf Association hosted by Pine Tree Country Club in Birmingham, Ala. on Saturday, September 28, 2019 (7026 yards, par 36-36—72, 74.2/138).

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Woodie Eubanks of Oneonta and Vic Kyatt of Bessemer share the lead at 139 (-5). Eubanks fired a seven-under 65 while Kyatt carded a six-under 66 to vault into a share of the lead. They hold a one shot advantage over James Salter of Auburn.

Two-time defending champion Stewart Whitt of Athens posted a one over 73 and is tied for 26th place at 150 (+6).

The cut line fell at 157 (+13) with 62 players advancing to the final round.

Round 2 Notes:

  • 7 players are under par through 36 holes with field average score of 78.4 in Round 2
  • 65 (-7) was the low round of the day carded by Woodie Eubanks of Oneonta
  • 260 birdies and 10 eagles posted in round two
  • Easiest hole: No. 6, 493 yard par 5, 4.72 scoring average
  • Hardest Hole: No. 14, 409 yard par 4, 4.72 scoring average

Final round begins tomorrow morning at 7:45 a.m. from both the first and tenth tees.

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This championship is conducted by the Alabama Golf Association.

Round 2 Results

Rank

Player

City

R1

R2

Total

To Par

T1

Victor Kyatt

Bessemer

73

66

139

-5

T1

Woodie Eubanks

Oneonta

74

65

139

-5

3

James Salter

Auburn

69

71

140

-4

4

Alan Coshatt

Birmingham

69

73

142

-2

T5

Clay Guerin

Hoover

71

72

143

-1

T5

Jackson King

Hoover

73

70

143

-1

T5

Matt Ritchie

Mobile

73

70

143

-1

T8

Lance Goodson

Birmingham

71

73

144

E

T8

Jacob Randall

Trussville

73

71

144

E

T8

Jay Hayes

Sumiton

72

72

144

E

T11

Thomas Kayworth

Auburn

74

71

145

1

T11

Charles Noto

Birmingham

73

72

145

1

T11

Josh Upton

Maylene

69

76

145

1

T14

Jones Brown

Birmingham

76

72

148

4

T14

Richard Douglas

Birmingham

75

73

148

4

T14

Jack Brown

Birmingham

74

74

148

4

T14

Eric Howle

Chelsea

74

74

148

4

T14

Jonathan Nelson

Huntsville

75

73

148

4

T14

Claud Cooper

Birmingham

72

76

148

4

T14

Shaw Pritchett

Montgomery

72

76

148

4

T14

Steven Hudson

Birmingham

71

77

148

4

T14

Miles Morris

Birmingham

76

72

148

4

T14

Sam Audia

Birmingham

75

73

148

4

T24

Josh Nagel

Auburn

74

75

149

5

T24

Scott Cornette

Montgomery

76

73

149

5

T26

Corey Ray

Boaz

75

75

150

6

T26

Neill Hatcher

Birmingham

76

74

150

6

T26

Stewart Whitt

Athens

77

73

150

6

T26

Haymes Snedeker

Point Clear

75

75

150

6

T26

Ryan Campbell

Meridianville

76

74

150

6

T26

Will Thompson

Birmingham

75

75

150

6

T26

Alex Balog

Millbrook

76

74

150

6

T26

Tyler Huckaby

Birmingham

73

77

150

6

T26

Andrew Kniphfer

Tuscaloosa

77

73

150

6

T35

Braxton Gillespie

Irvington

77

74

151

7

T35

Blair Hamm

Helena

75

76

151

7

T35

Matt Johnson

Rehobeth

76

75

151

7

T35

Scott Weaver

Madison

78

73

151

7

T39

Brinson Holder

Point Clear

78

74

152

8

T39

Andy McRae

Hoover

75

77

152

8

T39

Kyle Chaffin

Vestavia Hills

79

73

152

8

T42

Chase Kennedy

Morris

77

76

153

9

T42

Michael Watson

Birmingham

76

77

153

9

T44

Jackson Beindorf

Mountain Brook

79

75

154

10

T44

Matt Gourgeot

Decatur

76

78

154

10

T44

Jay Austin

Huntsville

75

79

154

10

T44

Michael Hicks

Birmingham

80

74

154

10

T48

Nick Lee

Guntersville

74

81

155

11

T48

Chase Bagwell

Dothan

77

78

155

11

T48

Lide Denny

Montgomery

80

75

155

11

T48

Wesley Willings

Birmingham

78

77

155

11

T48

Jason Carr

Birmingham

78

77

155

11

T53

Will Swift

Vestavia Hills

81

75

156

12

T53

Jimmy Finnerty

Vestavia Hills

77

79

156

12

T53

Seth Bryan

Huntsville

77

79

156

12

T53

Jordy Hayden

Fairhope

77

79

156

12

T57

Blake De Bruyn

Birmingham

76

81

157

13

T57

Luke Lanier

Birmingham

79

78

157

13

T57

Joshua Winn

Harvest

76

81

157

13

T57

Ryan Johnson

Alabaster

76

81

157

13

T57

Thomas Twitty

Birmingham

79

78

157

13

T57

Joseph Bolen

Homewood

78

79

157

13

The Following Players Did Not Make the Cut

T63

Brandon Scarborough

Auburn

81

77

158

14

T63

Robert Nelson

Fairhope

80

78

158

14

T63

Will Harrison

Vestavia Hills

77

81

158

14

T63

George Tyner

Pelham

78

80

158

14

T63

Chad Edgil

Calera

80

78

158

14

T63

Taylor Rinks

Birmingham

78

80

158

14

T69

Stephen Fike

Birmingham

77

82

159

15

T69

Brett Marler

Mobile

84

75

159

15

T69

Tobin Ayers

Auburn

82

77

159

15

T69

Mitch Pugh

Auburn

79

80

159

15

T69

Dustin Schaefer

Huntsville

81

78

159

15

T69

Jonathan Spann

Huntsville

77

82

159

15

T69

Chris Mitchell

Hoover

80

79

159

15

T69

Jason Britton

Hoover

82

77

159

15

T69

Brent Boyles

Calera

80

79

159

15

T78

Jeremy Willingham

Dora

80

80

160

16

T78

Jared Pratt

Northport

85

75

160

16

T78

Philip Tatum

Pelham

78

82

160

16

T78

Chris Cook

Calera

83

77

160

16

T78

David Kyatt

Hoover

78

82

160

16

T78

Levi Shelton

Scottsboro

79

81

160

16

T84

Doug Carter

Chelsea

82

79

161

17

T84

Brandon Griffin

Hoover

83

78

161

17

T84

Matthew Bennett

Leeds

79

82

161

17

T84

Matthew Merrick

Birmingham

86

75

161

17

T88

Jon Key

Vestavia Hills

81

81

162

18

T88

T. Chris Jones

Birmingham

88

74

162

18

90

Patrick Kelley

Gardendale

81

82

163

19

T91

Chris Hancock

Scottsboro

84

80

164

20

T91

Joseph Fortner

Birmingham

85

79

164

20

T91

Mark Durden

Anniston

81

83

164

20

T91

Robert Long

Athens

84

80

164

20

95

David Mims

Chelsea

84

81

165

21

T96

John Allred

Birmingham

79

87

166

22

T96

Cade Oliver

Vestavia Hills

79

87

166

22

98

Blair Hollan

Birmingham

85

83

168

24

T99

Jeff Frederick

Florence

85

84

169

25

T99

Raines Welden

Birmingham

85

84

169

25

T99

Doug Duke

Dothan

88

81

169

25

102

Earle Bidez

Birmingham

92

78

170

26

103

Jonathan Coats

Meridianville

87

84

171

27

104

Jeremy Hyde

Calera

84

88

172

28

T105

Allen Yeilding

Birmingham

79

94

173

29

T105

Jeramy Woody

Auburn

89

84

173

29

T105

Jim Lowery

Hoover

85

88

173

29

T105

Ron Jordan

Mobile

86

87

173

29

109

Mark Dillard

Trussville

87

87

174

30

T110

Keith Rains

Hoover

96

79

175

31

T110

Michael Lovoy

Altoona

89

86

175

31

T112

Jarrett Shepherd

Northport

93

83

176

32

T112

K. Scott Summers

Birmingham

96

80

176

32

114

Chad Key

Meridianville

88

90

178

34

115

Derrick Cain

Pinson

89

90

179

35

T116

Wendell Underwood

Auburn

89

91

180

36

T116

Ken McCullough

Meridianville

93

87

180

36

118

Zac Buchanan

Hartselle

95

86

181

37

119

Kenny Capouya

Montgomery

95

94

189

45

120

Bryan Haynes

Cullman

94

97

191

47

WD

Steven Muncher

Birmingham

72

WD

72

-

WD

Joey Holley

Troy

WD

WD

-

-

WD

Walter Olsen

Huntsville

WD

WD

-

-

WD

Brett Baker

Hoover

75

WD

75

-

 

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