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No Weather Delays, Hot Scores on Moving Day

Day two, moving day, at the Discraft Great Lakes Open has come to a close. JohnE McCray made some moves. Six birdies in a row pulled him onto the lead card for a brief moment before later playing player surpassed his total while he watched from the clubhouse. His 11 down, the hot round of the day, ended up moving him up 29 spots. His putter was on fire — three out of four from Circle 2. 100% in C1X. Moving day, indeed.

The lead card battle was a sight to behold as Paul McBeth carded seven birdies on the first nine holes which were reminiscent of his record-setting 18 down 2nd round from 2018. Overtaking everyone on the lead card, and earning himself a one-stroke lead going into the back nine, we could not help but wonder if anything could stop him. A couple of weeks ago at Ledgestone, McBeth birdied the last ten holes to win the tournament going away. That was not to happen at DGLO. At least not in round 2.

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Live coverage from the round two Open division lead card.

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