Goldasich draws even at Musgrove

Duo tied atop leaderboard going into today’s final round

By JOHNATHAN BENTLEY, Eagle Sports Editor
Posted 6/22/19

Sam Goldasich had the round of the day on Saturday during a rain-delayed second round of the 52nd Travis Hudson/Bernard Weinstein Invitational at Musgrove Country Club.

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Goldasich draws even at Musgrove

Duo tied atop leaderboard going into today’s final round

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Sam Goldasich had the round of the day on Saturday during a rain-delayed second round of the 52nd Travis Hudson/Bernard Weinstein Invitational at Musgrove Country Club.

Goldasich shot a four-under par 67 to draw even with Falkville’s Eli Marty heading into today’s second round. The UAB golfer shot a 69 in Friday’s opening round.

Golfers dealt with a two-plus hour rain delay on Saturday following a round of storms that came through the area.

Marty followed up his first-round 67 with a 69 for a 136 total.

Hoover’s Jackson King is alone in third place, one stroke behind the leaders after shooting a three-under par 68 for a two-day total of 137.

Hoover’s Clay Guerin, who opened the day in a first-place tie with Marty, fired a one-over par 72 for a two-day total of 139, three strokes behind the leaders.

The foursome of Marty, Goldasich, King and Guerin make up the final group. They are set to tee off at 1 p.m.

Halevyille’s Rob Richards shot a one-over par 72 for a 140 total and heads into today’s final round in fifth place. Sumiton’s Tommy Jean (141), Florence’s Brant Bishop (143), Trussville’s Noah Dennis (143), Fayette’s Andrew Hillis (143 and Birmingham’s Will Tyner (144) round out the top 10 in the championship flight.

Among golfers playing from the white tees — championship golfers play from the blue tees — Birmingham’s Keith Crumpton shot a two-under par 69 for a two-day total of 139, two strokes ahead of Jasper’s Tom Ferrell (141) and three strokes ahead of Carbon Hill’s Jeff Burrough (142) and Birmingham’s Jason Moore (142).

Playing from the gold tees, Dora’s Bill Griffin shot an even par 71 and is three under par at 139 for the tournament, seven strokes ahead of Winfield’s Butch Ivie.