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Area Golfers in Contention at Virginia State Open


From the VSGA:

MIDLOTHIAN –– Professional Ted Brown, 33, of Richmond shot an opening day 7-under-par 65 and owns a two-stroke leading Friday's second round of the SunTrust State Open of Virginia being conducted at the 7,033-yard, par 72 Independence Golf Club.

Brown, the 2005 champion, logged eight birdies and a bogey to own the top spot. PGA professional Jeffrey Thomas, 39, of Lynchburg and the head men's golf coach at Liberty University, returned 5-under 67, accounting for the low round of the afternoon.

Professionals occupy five of the top six spots on the bunched leader board; 23 competitors posted rounds between 69 and 71. A contingent of four competitors had 69: John O'Leary, 37, of Reston, the PGA director of instruction at Hidden Creek Country Club, fellow northern Virginian Steven Pierce, 26, of Centreville, the assistant professional at Chantilly National Golf and Country Club, Patrick Hawkins, 34, the assistant PGA professional at Willow Oaks Country Club in Richmond and central Virginian Bryce Chalkley (Richmond), a 19-year-old rising junior at Virginia Tech, who registered the low score among the amateurs.

The seven competitors at 2-under 70 includes Jake Mondy, 19, of Blacksburg, this summer's VSGA Amateur champion, and Chip Sullivan, the PGA director of golf at Hanging Rock Golf Club in Salem, and a four-time runner-up at the championship in six years.

Altogether, 24 competitors posted rounds in red numbers on day one.

Brown has played in only a few tournaments this year, but one would've never guessed it by his shining play this week. He shot a scorching 11-under 60 in Monday's Open qualifier at Providence Golf Club in Richmond and his strong play continued in Thursday's first round. He logged eight birdies and a bogey; seven of his birdies came inside 15 feet and his longest conversion was a 35-footer at the par-4 second, his 11th hole of the day, on some soft putting surfaces in the morning. He finished birdie-birdie to complete the hot putting round in simmering weather conditions.

"I made a lot of putts," said Brown, who is working at River's Bend Golf and Country Club. "I didn't hit it nearly as crisply as I would've liked, but I got away with it and made a bunch of putts."

Admittedly, getting the opportunity to be on the competitive stage means a lot to Brown, who last started at the State Open in 2008 when he held the first round lead after shooting 66 before finishing in a tie for 13th place. This year he took part in U.S. Open local and sectional qualifying before the qualifier at Providence – that's been it for Brown's competitive golf in 2012.

"That was the fun part about Monday – it's a competitive round under my belt coming into this week," Brown said. "It was nice to putt everything out and it counts. It's a different attitude."

When he won seven years ago at Willow Oaks Country Club, he shot 64 in the morning before going on to notch a three-stroke victory. Brown had an option for a morning starting time slot in the first round of this year's championship and didn't hesitate; he had the next-to-last starting time off No. 10 in the morning session.

"I remember a couple of guys that were going in the afternoon [in 2005] saying, ‘Man, you threw that up already,' " Brown said with a smile. "I was thinking that Monday – let's go in the morning and try to do it again. The tough part is to follow it up, so it's good to be able to do it."

After breaking his collarbone in February, Brown missed about two months and couldn't do anything but putt while recovering. It proved to be time well-spent.

"It's tough when you're rolling putts in to lose confidence. That's the one thing I really worked on," he said. "It was hit and miss, but obviously found something that feels really good."

Brown says he's comfortable holding the lead and knows the importance of avoiding the layout's thick, club-twisting rough while continuing to roll the ball smoothly on putting surfaces that were receptive in the morning.

"As many shots as you can get out in front – if you are in front – that's what you want to do," he said." "You want to keep going. You don't want to protect anything. You have to keep going, not change anything – and keep making putts if you can.

"I'd really like to shoot the best I can – whatever is the smartest. Get it in play. Get it to where I can get a good shot into the green and then try to make the putt because I know that I'm rolling it well. If I can get a good look at it, I feel like I'm going to make it. That's the one thing that's going to make for a low score and I was able to do it."

Thomas played the four par 5s in three under par to complement consistent putting. He drained putts of 20 feet at the par-3 11th and knocked in a 25-footer at the par-4 18th to complete his seven birdie, two bogey round. Nearly a half-dozen up and downs kept his round going.

"I kept it simple and tried to hit a lot of greens," said Thomas in his ninth year at the helm of Liberty's golf program. "I made two or three long putts on the back, so that made the difference. I hit it in all the right spots when I hit bad shots."

O'Leary ran off four birdies in a five-hole stretch from Nos. 13-17, with his longest putt being a 10-footer to complete the surge at the par-5 17th.

"I've been hitting it really well, so I figured, ‘Just make a couple of putts.' I've never putted these greens well, so I have to hit it in close – not that there is anything wrong with them. They're fantastic greens," he said.

Pierce (five) and Chalkley's (four) birdies came inside 6 feet. Pierce birdied four of the first five holes on the second nine, only to catch a thick lie in the rough at the par-4 15th where he made double bogey.

"The greens are as good now as they are every day – there's just something about the rough," Pierce said. "I was in the rough twice today. I had to gouge out once and got up and down and gouged it out the other time [at No. 15] and ended up catching one of those fliers."

Chalkley hit 16 of 18 greens in regulation to shoot the second-lowest round in the afternoon to join the logjam at three under.

"Lately, I've been struggling in the first round, so it's nice to be in a golf tournament instead of crawling my way back into a golf tournament," said Chalkley, a St. Christopher's School graduate.

Hawkins played the developmental tours for 10 years before becoming a club professional. He played bogey-free on the inward nine with three birdies.

"You never know with golf. I didn't see anything in particular coming," said Hawkins, last year's MAPGA Assistants champion. "I've been playing pretty solidly, but you just never know with golf. It's such a fickle game. As golfers, I guess we're always looking for something better, but I'm pretty happy with it for the most part."

Following Friday's second round, the field will be cut to the low 70 competitors and ties for the final two rounds, set for Saturday and Sunday, July 21-22.

MIDLOTHIAN –– Results following the first round of the 2012 SunTrust State Open of Virginia at Independence Golf Club (7,033 yards, par 36-36—72) on Thursday, July 19.

(a – denotes amateur)

Ted Brown (Glen Allen), 32-33—65

Jeffrey Thomas, PGA (Lynchburg), 34-33—67

(a) – Bryce Chalkley (Richmond), 34-35—69

Patrick Hawkins, PGA (Richmond), 36-33—69

John O'Leary, PGA (Reston), 37-32—69

Steven Pierce (Centreville), 34-35—69

(a) – Jake Mondy (Blacksburg), 37-33—70

(a) – Ji Soo Park (Centreville), 33-37—70

(a) – Jeremy Wells (Hopewell), 38-32—70

(a) – Weston Eklund (Charlottesville), 35-35—70

(a) – Josh Apple (Lansdowne), 37-33—70

Chip Sullivan, PGA (Troutville), 34-36—70

Ricky Touma, PGA (Olney), 36-34—70

(a) Jack Adkins (Martinsville), 34-37—71

(a) – Matthew Ball Jr. (Richmond), 34-37—71

(a) – Marshall Tinsley (Amherst), 36-35—71

(a) – Ian Hildebrand (Purcellville), 33-38—71

(a) – Maxwell Wyndorf (Richmond), 37-34—71

(a) – Andrew Tilley (Ringgold), 36-35—71

(a) – Chase Duffy (Virginia Beach), 36-35—71

Eric Cobb, PGA (Verona), 35-36—71

Jay Woodson (Richmond), 33-38—71

Phillip Collier (Sutherland), 36-35—71

Peter Badawy (McLean), 36-35—71

Jimmy Flippen (Danville), 35-36—71

(a) – Roger Newsom (Virginia Beach), 36-36—72

(a) – Scott Davidson (Round Hill), 37-35—72

(a) – Jon Hurst (Fredericksburg), 37-35—72

(a) – Joe Morton (Virginia Beach), 35-37—72

(a) – Nick Austin (Midlothian), 36-36—72

Tim Crumrine (Richmond), 37-35—72

(a) –Scott Shingler (Haymarket), 37-36—73

(a) – Jimmy Delp (Arlington), 36-37—73

(a) – Ross Sumner (Callao), 34-39—73

(a) – Jerry Burton (Gordonsville), 38-35—73

(a) – Michael Wade (Floyd), 36-37—73

Adam Decker, PGA (Mechanicsville), 40-33—73

Sean English, PGA (Westminster, Md.), 38-35—73

John Francisco, PGA (Westminster, Md.), 35-38—73

(a) – Keith Decker (Martinsville), 35-39—74

(a) – James Gallagher (Yorktown), 38-36—74

(a) – Dan DeRisio (Springfield), 37-37—74

(a) – Philip Mahone (Charlottesville), 35-39—74

(a) – Kevin Yerks (Ashburn), 40-34—74

(a) – Alex Sleeker (Richmond), 37-37—74

(a) – Buck Brittain (Tazewell), 37-37—74

(a) – Neel Williams (Richmond), 39-35—74

(a) – Dylan Jensen (Ridgeway), 38-36—74

Mike Gooden, PGA (McGaheysville), 38-36—74

Scott Graber, PGA (Chesterfield), 37-37—74

Ben Hogan, PGA (Fairfax), 37-37—74

Faber Jamerson, PGA (Appomattox), 38-36—74

Jay Lindell (Fairfax), 38-36—74

Rick Schuller, PGA (Chester), 36-38—74

Ryan Zylstra (Richmond), 35-39—74

(a) – Mikey Moyers (Stanardsville), 37-38—75

(a) – Aaron Eckstein (Salem), 36-39—75

(a) – Tom Adrounie (Fairfax Station), 39-36—75

(a) – Brantley Kushner (Leesburg), 35-40—75

(a) – Zack Henry (Front Royal), 39-36—75

(a) – Jerry Morelli (Williamsburg), 39-36—75

(a) – Ben Campbell (Cleveland), 38-37—75

(a) – Connor Walters (Salem), 37-38—75

(a) – Wes Smith (Virginia Beach), 37-38—75

(a) – Tim Osterbind (Midlothian), 40-35—75

(a) – Sam Williams (Midlothian), 36-39—75

Michael Ferguson, PGA (Glen Allen), 35-40—75

Josh Speight, PGA (West Point), 40-35—75

(a) – Mike Minicucci (Richmond), 38-37—75

(a) – Garrett Whitmore (Midlothian), 39-37—76

(a) – Mike Redwood (Virginia Beach), 40-36—76

(a) – Jack Wilkes (Roanoke), 38-38—76

(a) – John David Sanderson (Suffolk), 39-37—76

(a) – Bowen Sargent (Charlottesville), 39-37—76

(a) – Spence Andrews (Glen Allen), 38-38—76

(a) – Conner Hayden (Chilhowie), 40-36—76

Billy Hoffman, PGA (Bethesda, Md.), 38-38—76

Bryan Jackson, PGA (Palmyra), 37-39—76

Mike Morrone, PGA (Glen Allen), 39-37—76

Chad Moseley, PGA (Reston), 40-36—76

Jody Rokisky, PGA (New Market), 39-37—76

(a) – Scott Cornwell (Marshall), 38-39—77

(a) – Robert Bradshaw (Virginia Beach), 40-37—77

(a) – Kyle Hart (Midlothian), 39-38—77

(a) – Steve Serrao (Midlothian), 36-41—77

(a) – Ryan Douglass (Leesburg), 37-40—77

Dave Ambrose, PGA (Chevy Chase, Md.), 42-35—77

Steve Bogdanoff, PGA (Fairfax), 41-36—77

Jon Corliss, PGA (Virginia Beach), 40-37—77

Michael Farewell, PGA (Manassas), 38-39—77

Mike Gebhard, PGA (Glen Allen), 40-37—77

Tommy Joyce, PGA (Salem), 39-38—77

Tim Lewis, PGA (Hampton), 38-39—77

Justin Martin (Williamsburg), 37-40—77

Dean Sumner, PGA (Callao), 39-38—77

Troy Thorne (Warsaw), 38-39—77

Gray Thouron, PGA (Richmond), 40-37—77

Andy Weissinger, PGA (Portsmouth), 39-38—77

Tim White, PGA (Midlothian), 41-36—77

Cameron Yancey (Blackstone), 39-38—77

(a) – Ryan Rettberg (Front Royal), 37-40—77

(a) – Steve Castro (Chantilly), 39-39—78

(a) – Chris Slonaker (Harrisonburg), 38-40—78

(a) – Alec Kormanec (Vienna), 41-37—78

(a) – Brian Hood (Stafford), 38-40—78

(a) – Chas Bassing (Great Falls), 40-38—78

(a) – Chris Tuttle (Virginia Beach), 39-39—78

(a) – Christopher Kapsak (Richmond), 40-38—78

Randolph Darden, PGA (Blacksburg), 41-37—78

Paul Gooden, PGA (Harrisonburg), 39-39—78

Brendan McGrath, PGA (Centreville), 41-37—78

Robert Schultz, PGA (Zion Crossroads), 38-40—78

(a) – David Peters (Richmond), 39-39—78

Jason Toryk, PGA (Winchester), 42-36—78

Jeff Long (Centreville), 39-39—78

(a) – Greg Pappas (Warrenton), 37-42—79

(a) – Hunter Weaver (Orange), 39-40—79

Sam Boyd (Bethesda, Md.), 41-38—79

Pleasant Hughes, PGA (Chevy Chase, Md.), 39-40—79

Tim Butler, PGA (Windsor Mill), 41-38—79

Geoff Redgrave, PGA (Crozet), 39-40—79

Mike Thompson, PGA (Gordonsville), 40-39—79

(a) – Sean Bowers (Richmond), 40-40—80

(a) – Gary Cicatiello (Providence Forge), 43-37—80

(a) – Mike Brennan (Leesburg), 39-41—80

(a) – Casey Wadkins (Manakin-Sabot), 39-41—80

Ed Collins, PGA (Virginia Beach), 41-39—80

Mark Lambert, PGA (Suffolk), 38-42—80

Joseph Lussier (Lovettsville), 42-38—80

Peter Mazza, PGA (Richmond), 42-38—80

Geoff Montross, PGA (Fairfax), 38-42—80

Brett Robertson, PGA (Midlothian), 41-39—80

Greg Scott, PGA (Arlington), 39-41—80

Joey Beeler (Virginia Beach), 39-42—81

Bob Dolan, PGA (Chevy Chase, Md.), 41-40—81

Mark Guttenberg, PGA (Aldie), 39-42—81

Steve Miller, PGA (Ranson), 41-40—81

Ryan Nebera, PGA (Midlothian), 36-45—81

David Newsom, PGA (Leesburg), 43-38—81

Brian Poniatowski (Leesburg), 43-38—81

(a) – Rich Buckner (Centreville), 42-40—82

(a) – Trey Treadwell (Haymarket), 42-40—82

(a) – Harrison Vance (Richmond), 41-41—82

Glenn Brown, PGA (Vienna), 43-39—82

Steve Danielson, PGA (Alexandria), 38-44—82

(a) Alex Elmore (Reston), 43-40—83

Steve WenPetren, PGA (Herndon), 40-43—83

Dan Baker, PGA (Midlothian), 45-38—83

(a) – Ian Sikes (Henrico), 44-40—84

Edward Armentrout, PGA (Greenville), 43-41—84

Jerry Donahue, PGA (Purcellville), 41-43—84

Roger Hatcher, PGA (Manassas), 41-43—84

(a) – Brian Johnson (Spotsylvania), 48-36—84

(a) – Christian Grundeman (Mclean), 42-43—85

(a) – Justin Nichols (Roanoke), 45-40—85

Ryan Robertson (Roanoke), 43-42—85

Michael Bell, PGA (Gainesville), 43-43—86

Keith Hageman (Henrico), 41-45—86

Kevin Haney, PGA (Charlottesville), 44-42—86

Robert Weinerth, PGA (Martinsville), 44-42—86

Gary Anderson, PGA (Hampton), 46-41—87

Jim Fitzgerald, PGA (Chevy Chase), 43-44—87

(a) – Aaron Bryant (Prince George), 45-43—88

Rocky Fryar, PGA (Richmond), 42-46—88

(a) Edward Cutler (Leesburg), 43-46—89

(a) – Cory Amory (Free Union), WD

(a) – Kyle Lemish (Harrisonburg), DQ

(a) – Jeff Hunter (Ashburn), NC

MIDLOTHIAN –– Groupings and starting times for the second round of the 2012 SunTrust State Open of Virginia at Independence Golf Club (7,033 yards, par 36-36—72) on Friday, July 20.

(a – denotes amateur)

All Times EDT

Friday (July 20), hole No. 1

7:30 a.m. – Mark Guttenberg, PGA (Aldie); Jody Rokisky, PGA (New Market); (a) – Bryce Chalkley (Richmond)
7:39 a.m. – Jimmy Flippen (Danville); (a) – Spence Andrews (Glen Allen); (a) – Jon Hurst (Fredericksburg)
7:48 a.m. – Mike Morrone, PGA (Glen Allen); Ryan Robertson (Roanoke); (a) – Wes Smith (Virginia Beach)
7:57 a.m. – Geoff Redgrave, PGA (Crozet); (a) – Chase Duffy (Virginia Beach); (a) – Ben Campbell (Cleveland)
8:06 a.m. – David Newsom, PGA (Leesburg); Robert Weinerth, PGA (Martinsville); (a) – Kevin Yerks (Ashburn)
8:15 a.m. – Josh Speight, PGA (West Point); (a) – Marshall Tinsley (Amherst); (a) – Robert Bradshaw (Virginia Beach)
8:24 a.m. – Chip Sullivan, PGA (Troutville); Jay Woodson (Richmond); (a) – Buck Brittain (Tazewell)
8:33 a.m. – Mike Gebhard, PGA (Glen Allen); (a) – Josh Apple (Lansdowne); (a) – Garrett Whitmore (Midlothian)
8:42 a.m. – Ed Collins, PGA (Virginia Beach); Greg Scott, PGA (Arlington); (a) – Scott Davidson (Round Hill)
8:51 a.m. – Robert Schultz, PGA (Zion Crossroads); (a) – Edward Cutler (Leesburg); (a) – Kyle Lemish (Harrisonburg)
9 a.m. – Dan Baker, PGA (Midlothian); Gary Anderson, PGA (Hampton); (a) – Kyle Hart (Midlothian)
9:09 a.m. – Glenn Brown, PGA (Vienna); (a) – Mike Brennan (Leesburg); (a) – Alex Elmore (Reston)
9:18 a.m. – Ryan Nebera, PGA (Midlothian); (a) – Joe Morton (Virginia Beach); (a) – Ryan Rettberg (Front Royal)
9:27 a.m. – Sean English, PGA (Westminster, Md.); (a) – Sean Bowers (Richmond); Jeff Long (Centreville)

12:30 p.m. – Jerry Donahue, PGA (Purcellville); (a) – Aaron Eckstein (Salem); (a) – Scott Cornwell (Marshall)
12:39 p.m. – Paul Gooden, PGA (Harrisonburg); Rocky Fryar, PGA (Richmond); (a) – Aaron Bryant (Prince George)
12:48 p.m. – Kevin Haney, PGA (Charlottesville); (a) – Dylan Jensen (Ridgeway); (a) – Christopher Kapsak (Richmond)
12:57 p.m. – Randolph Darden, PGA (Blacksburg); Brian Poniatowski (Leesburg); (a) – Greg Pappas (Warrenton)
1:06 p.m. – Rick Schuller, PGA (Chester); (a) – Roger Newsom (Virginia Beach); (a) – Jake Mondy (Blacksburg)
1:15 p.m. – Bryan Jackson, PGA (Palmyra); Troy Thorne (Warsaw); (a) – Chris Tuttle (Virginia Beach)
1:24 p.m. – Faber Jamerson, PGA (Appomattox); (a) – Mikey Moyers (Stanardsville); (a) – Ji Soo Park (Centreville)
1:33 p.m. – Michael Bell, PGA (Gainesville); Mark Lambert, PGA (Suffolk); (a) – Harrison Vance (Richmond)
1:42 p.m. – Adam Decker, PGA (Mechanicsville); (a) – Bowen Sargent (Charlottesville); (a) – Trey Treadwell (Haymarket)
1:51 p.m. – Jay Lindell (Fairfax); Ricky Touma, PGA (Olney); (a) – Tom Adrounie (Fairfax Station)
2 p.m. – Dean Sumner, PGA (Callao); (a) – Michael Wade (Floyd); (a) – Hunter Weaver (Orange)
2:09 p.m. – Steve Miller, PGA (Ranson); Mike Thompson, PGA (Gordonsville); (a) – Jerry Burton (Gordonsville)
2:18 p.m. – Keith Hageman (Richmond); (a) – Christian Grundeman (McLean); Ted Brown (Glen Allen)
2:27 p.m. – Sam Boyd (Bethesda, Md.); (a) – Connor Walters (Salem); Ryan Zylstra (Glen Allen)

Friday (July 20), hole No. 10

7:30 a.m. – Tim White, PGA (Midlothian); (a) – Jack Wilkes (Roanoke); (a) – Alec Kormanec (Vienna)
7:39 a.m. – Steve Bogdanoff, PGA (Fairfax); Gray Thouron, PGA (Richmond); (a) – Steve Serrao (Midlothian)
7:48 a.m. – Bob Dolan, PGA (Chevy Chase, Md.); (a) – Ian Hildebrand (Purcellville); (a) – Philip Mahone (Charlottesville)
7:57 a.m. – Scott Graber, PGA (Chesterfield); Geoff Montross, PGA (Fairfax); Dave Ambrose, PGA (Chevy Chase, Md.)
8:06 a.m. – Michael Ferguson, PGA (Glen Allen); (a) – Chris Slonaker (Harrisonburg); (a) – Brian Hood (Stafford)
8:15 a.m. – Joey Beeler (Virginia Beach); Pleasant Hughes, PGA (Chevy Chase, Md.); (a) – Sam Williams (Midlothian)
8:24 a.m. – Steve WenPetren, PGA (Herndon); (a) – Rich Buckner (Centreville); (a) – Zack Henry (Front Royal)
8:33 a.m. – Jeffrey Thomas, PGA (Lynchburg); Eric Cobb, PGA (Verona); (a) – Keith Decker (Martinsville)
8:42 a.m. – Tim Butler, PGA (Windsor Mill); (a) – Neel Williams (Richmond); (a) – Casey Wadkins (Manakin-Sabot)
9 a.m. – Brendan McGrath, PGA (Centreville); (a) – Alex Sleeker (Richmond); (a) – John David Sanderson (Suffolk)
9:09 a.m. – Jon Corliss, PGA (Virginia Beach); (a) – Jimmy Delp (Arlington); (a) – Tim Osterbind (Midlothian)
9:18 a.m. – (a) – Brian Johnson (Spotsylvania); (a) – Justin Nichols (Roanoke); (a) – Michael Minicucci (Richmond)
9:27 a.m. – Peter Mazza, PGA (Richmond); (a) – Conner Hayden (Chilhowie); Peter Badawy (McLean)

12:30 p.m. – Mike Gooden, PGA (McGaheysville); Andy Weissinger, PGA (Portsmouth); (a) – Matthew Ball Jr. (Richmond)
12:39 p.m. – Tim Crumrine (Richmond); (a) – Jack Adkins (Martinsville); (a) – Maxwell Wyndorf (Richmond)
12:48 p.m. – Justin Martin (Williamsburg); Joseph Lussier (Lovettsville); (a) – David Peters (Richmond)
12:57 p.m. – Ben Hogan, PGA (Fairfax); (a) – Ryan Douglass (Leesburg); (a) – Andrew Tilley (Ringgold)
1:06 p.m. – John O'Leary, PGA (Reston); Tommy Joyce, PGA (Salem); (a) – Weston Eklund (Charlottesville)
1:15 p.m. – Michael Farewell, PGA (Manassas); (a) – Gary Cicatiello (Providence Forge); (a) – Dan DeRisio (Springfield)
1:24 p.m. – Steven Pierce (Centreville); Edward Armentrout, PGA (Greenville); (a) – Chas Bassing (Great Falls)
1:33 p.m. – Billy Hoffman, PGA (Bethesda, Md.); (a) – Ian Sikes (Henrico); (a) – Ross Sumner (Callao)
1:42 p.m. – John Francisco, PGA (Westminster, Md.); Patrick Hawkins, PGA (Richmond); (a) – James Gallagher (Yorktown)
1:51 p.m. – Cameron Yancey (Blackstone); (a) – Scott Shingler (Haymarket); (a) – Jeremy Wells (Hopewell)
2 p.m. – Chad Moseley, PGA (Reston); Jason Toryk, PGA (Winchester); (a) – Nick Austin (Midlothian)
2:09 p.m. – Tim Lewis, PGA (Hampton); (a) – Jerry Morelli (Williamsburg); (a) – Brantley Kushner (Leesburg)
2:18 p.m. – Roger Hatcher, PGA (Manassas); Steve Danielson, PGA (Alexandria); (a) – Mike Redwood (Virginia Beach)
2:27 p.m. – Brett Robertson, PGA (Midlothian); (a) – Steve Castro (Chantilly); Phillip Collier (Sutherland)


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