Regions Charity Classic Shortened To 36 Holes 2009: Leader Keith

Regions Charity Classic shortened to 36 holes

Leader Keith Fergus walks off the golf course carrying his shoes when play was halted at 9:13 Sunday morning in the second round of
the Regions Charity Classic at Ross Bridge in Hoover. Tournament officials just announced that it would become a 36-hole event because of the rainy weather. That means that Keith Fergus is in excellent position to win in Birmingham for the first time and claim his second Champions Tour event of the season. Second round play is still suspended and Fergus is one of 21 players who have yet to finish the second round. Fergus currently sits at 12-under par and holds a three-shot lead over Gene Jones and Tom McKnight. Fergus has three holes remaining to complete his second round, McKnight has two holes to play and Jones has finished play. Fergus birdied the 15th hole to move to 12-under par just before rain stopped play on Sunday while Jones bogeyed his final hole of the tournament to drop into a tie with McKnight. I wonder since the tournament is cut back by 1/3 if the payout will be reduced by 1/3 Then the difference could be given to charities that so desparately need it..I would start with the charity that Bruno’s stiffed in the bancruptcy. The state and the city miss the original ‘Brunos’ family. I wish the news would do a segment on “Where are they now” They were so influential in so many lives, businesses, etc…
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