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Mishoe and Lambert Lead N.C. Four-Ball Entering Final Round

 

GREENSBORO, N.C. (October 10, 2020) -- Second round results of the 25th North Carolina Four-Ball Championship at The Cardinal by Pete Dye and Forest Oaks Country Club in Greensboro, N.C. on October 10, 2020. The final round tomorrow will be held at The Cardinal by Pete Dye. The field is competing at 6,953 yards, par 71 at The Cardinal by Pete Dye and 7,001 yards, par 72 at Forest Oaks Country Club.

 

The CGA will be conducting this championship under the COVID-19 Tournament Protocols. Learn more here

 

Related: Championship Web Site | Full Field | Starting Times | Scoring | History | Photos

 

James Mishoe of Cary, N.C. and Louis Lambert of Charlotte, N.C. are leading the North Carolina Four-Ball after carding 9-under-par, 62 in the second round. The side is leading by one stroke entering the final round at an exceptional 17-under-par, 126 total.

 

Mishoe and Lambert played a great round at Forest Oaks Country Club yesterday finishing at 8-under-par, 64. Notably, Mishoe shot 8-under-par, 64 on his own ball. However their most impressive feat was tying the low round of the tournament at The Cardinal today of 9-under-par, 62.

 

The side started off strong with both Mishoe and Lambert birdieing No. 10 (they started their round on No. 10). They kept that energy through their front nine, birdieing 13, 16 and 17 as well. While making the turn at 4-under-par was key to their round, their back nine is what made the second round so remarkable. 

 

“We had a big run on our back nine,” said Mishoe. “He (Lambert) birdied the first and second holes. Then I birdied the fourth. We had a big up and down on the fifth hole that kept up the momentum. Then we birdied Nos. 6, 7 and 8.”

 

The Guilford College teammates are ready to take on The Cardinal again tomorrow going “pedal to the metal” with aggressive play trying to stay ahead of the other teams that Mishoe mentioned will continue to go deep. 

 

2019 runners-up, Dan Walters and Davis Womble of Winston-Salem, N.C. are in second position heading into the final round after a 7-under-par, 65 at Forest Oaks Country Club today. 

 

Womble and Walters come into every four-ball round together with a simple game plan; play aggressive and make birdies. However the complicated aspect of their plan is achieving just that. 

 

“I think we just both stay in the hole about 90 percent of the time. That really gives us two shots at birdie on most holes,” said Womble. “We’re not concerned about making bogey, we still haven’t made a bogey yet. Dan has made a couple of big par putts to keep that streak alive. That is the key, just getting both players in the hole as many times as possible.”

 

As Womble said, they have played two bogey-free rounds in a row and they intend to play another tomorrow at The Cardinal. Last year, Womble and Walters went into the final round on top, but reigning champions Wilkinson and Howell shot 9-under on the day to beat them by just one stroke. This year Womble and Walters are preparing for a different outcome. 

 

“We were in a very similar spot last year and the guys came out and played some unbelievable golf. I think they were low by five on the last day and we got clipped by a shot,” said Walters. “We just have to keep playing and put the pedal down to win this year.”

 

Round one leaders, Matthew Younts of Raleigh, N.C. and Nate Cook of Greensboro, N.C. hold solo third after a 5-under-par, 66 at The Cardinal today. Sitting at 15-under-par, 128 overall, Younts and Cook are still well within striking distance of the lead heading into the final round. 

 

Carolinas Four-Ball Champions, Ben Woodruff of Canton, N.C. and Carson Ownbey of Huntersville, N.C. are in a three-way tie for fourth position with Stephen Carroll and Walker Cress of Concord, N.C. as well as C.J. Deberg and Will Dull of Charlotte, N.C.. All three sides finished their second round at 13-under-par, 130 overall. 

 

The field was cut to 6-under-par, 137 total for the final round. 41 teams will play in the final round tomorrow at The Cardinal by Pete Dye. Starting times begin at 8:00 a.m. and the leaders and final group will tee off at 9:50 a.m.

 

 

25th North Carolina Four-Ball Championship

The Cardinal by Pete Dye and Forest Oaks Country Club, Greensboro, N.C.

Second Round Results

 

Pos. Team Affiliation To Par R1 R2 Total  
1 James Mishoe / Louis Lambert Cary, NC, Charlotte, NC -17 64 62 126  
2 Dan Walters / Davis Womble Winston-Salem, NC -16 62 65 127  
3 Matthew Younts / Nate Cook Raleigh, NC, Greensboro, NC -15 62 66 128  
T4 Stephen Carroll / Walker Cress Concord, NC -13 67 63 130  
T4 C.J. Deberg / Will Dull Charlotte, NC -13 64 66 130  
T4 Ben Woodruff / Carson Ownbey Canton, NC, Huntersville, NC -13 64 66 130  
T7 Parker Truesdale / Tommy Lamb Canton, NC, Cary, NC -12 68 63 131  
T7 Jeremy Ray / Joseph Cansler Pfafftown, NC, Clemmons, NC -12 66 65 131  
T7 Blake Brantley / Brandon Einstein Winston-Salem, NC, Clemmons, NC -12 68 63 131  
T10 Drew Hackett / Lansdon Robbins Charlotte, NC, Davidson, NC -11 66 66 132  
T10 Connor Jones / Jimbo Stanley Raleigh, NC -11 67 65 132  
T10 Brian Gauley / Mark Gauley Raleigh, NC, Wake Forest, NC -11 66 66 132  
T13 Noah Connor / Randall Hudson Reidsville, NC, New Bern, NC -10 68 65 133  
T13 Brady Moran / Matt Moot Lillington, NC, Greensboro, NC -10 66 67 133  
T13 Preston Dembowiak / Scott Harvey Kernersville, NC -10 67 66 133  
T13 Al Dickens IV / Stephen Lavenets Willow Spring, NC, Charlotte, NC -10 67 66 133  
T13 Jonathan Jackson / Matthew Crenshaw Burlington, NC, Siler City, NC -10 67 66 133  
T13 Matt Kilgo / Olof Bengtsson Charlotte, NC -10 67 66 133  
T19 Chad Day / Jack McClelland Southern Pines, NC -9 66 68 134  
T19 JD McNeill / Jerry Richardson Cary, NC, Raleigh, NC -9 68 66 134  
T19 Aaron Klimchuk / Anthony Adams Asheville, NC -9 68 66 134  
T19 A.J. Beechler / Jack Massei Pinehurst, NC -9 69 65 134  
T19 Courtney Faircloth / Sumner Alford Fuquay Varina, NC -9 66 68 134  
T24 Anthony Conn / Mark Olbrych Raleigh, NC -8 64 71 135  
T24 Caden Baker / Jake Herring Wilson, NC, Mebane, NC -8 69 66 135  
T24 Hunter Howell / Joe Poole Southern Pines, NC, Raleigh, NC -8 68 67 135  
T24 Hayes Brown / Sean Snell Charlotte, NC -8 69 66 135  
T24 Josh Buxbaum / Keenan Royalty Raleigh, NC, Wake Forest, NC -8 69 66 135  
T29 Alex Nianouris / David Sargent Cornelius, NC, Raleigh, NC -7 67 69 136  
T29 Brian Urban / Timothy Driver Holly Springs, NC -7 67 69 136  
T29 Evan Boyer / Garett Heffner Morrisville, NC, Apex, NC -7 68 68 136  
T29 Dustin Moore / Tom Monahan Mebane, NC, Burlington, NC -7 66 70 136  
T29 Joe Burns / Nick Johnson Greensboro, NC, Burlington, NC -7 67 69 136  
T29 Jeff Montgomery / Skip Corneliussen Summerfield, NC, Greensboro, NC -7 69 67 136  
T29 Casey Osiecki / Clayson Good Durham, NC, New Bern, NC -7 67 69 136  
T36 Chris Cassetta / Thomas Bonney High Point, NC, Greensboro, NC -6 67 70 137  
T36 Andrew Sapp / Korky Kemp Greenville, NC, Greensboro, NC -6 71 66 137  
T36 Jace Butcher / Josh Lendach Raleigh, NC, Wake Forest, NC -6 67 70 137  
T36 Eston Lee / Tim Bunten Concord, NC, Four Oaks, NC -6 69 68 137  
T36 Don Hill / Philip Chauncey Burlington, NC, Durham, NC -6 69 68 137  
T36 Bryan Pendergraft / Whit Howard Raleigh, NC -6 70 67 137  
The following teams did not make the cut
CUT Eric Williams / Nicholas Adams Goldsboro, NC, Dudley, NC -5 72 66 -  
CUT Jon Eichstaedt / Ryan Solan Charlotte, NC -5 74 64 -  
CUT Jake Lowder / Kyle Stockton Biltmore Lake, NC, Greensboro, NC -5 68 70 -  
CUT Justin Harvey / Michael Swiger Raleigh, NC, Holly Springs, NC -5 69 69 -  
CUT Matthew Walters / Zachary Oplinger Durham, NC, Cary, NC -5 73 65 -  
CUT Daniel Neveu / Sherrill Britt West End, NC, Pinehurst, NC -5 68 70 -  
CUT Preston Edmondson / Tuck Burkinshaw Morrisville, NC, Cary, NC -5 64 74 -  
CUT Aubrey Wilkerson / Brad Landschoot Charlotte, NC, Winston-Salem, NC -4 71 68 -  
CUT Brandon Reece / Reid Clark Raleigh, NC, Rolesville, NC -4 69 70 -  
CUT Brian Krusoe / Chris McKeel Raleigh, NC, Lucama, NC -4 71 68 -  
CUT Barden Berry / Dean Channell Pinehurst, NC, Southern Pines, NC -3 70 70 -  
CUT Frank Edwards / Hughes Edwards Charlotte, NC -3 69 71 -  
CUT Neil Wilkinson / Trey Howell Wilmington, NC -3 70 70 -  
CUT Brad Mangum / Nick Brown Lenoir, NC, Iron Station, NC -3 72 68 -  
CUT Brian Parker / Ryan Smith Matthews, NC, Stanley, NC -3 72 68 -  
CUT James Bass / Nicholas Baker Asheboro, NC, Raleigh, NC -3 71 69 -  
CUT Taylor Coalson / Travis Hall Mount Airy, NC -3 72 68 -  
CUT Antoine Le Saux / Corey Iacofano Charlotte, NC -3 68 72 -  
CUT Brad Dawson / Brad Deal Mebane, NC -3 63 77 -  
CUT Scott Lincicome / Todd Adams Pinehurst, NC, Whispering Pines, NC -3 69 71 -  
CUT Attie Giles / Patrick Stephenson Pinehurst, NC, Four Oaks, NC -2 72 69 -  
CUT Benjamin Peters / Drew Walker Winston-Salem, NC, Advance, NC -2 70 71 -  
CUT Britt Mitchell / Todd Downes Creedmoor, NC, Chapel Hill, NC -2 72 69 -  
CUT Jack Marcotte / Zack Swanson Apex, NC, Charlotte, NC -2 70 71 -  
CUT Justin Emmons / Nick Lyerly Asheboro, NC, Salisbury, NC -2 74 67 -  
CUT Will Morgan / William Carter Laurinburg, NC, West End, NC -2 69 72 -  
CUT Brad Raczenski / Coray Mitchell Greensboro, NC, Kernersville, NC -2 70 71 -  
CUT Brian Weaver / Chad Parris Charlotte, NC -2 71 70 -  
CUT Derek Paschal / Seth Correll Davidson, NC, Huntersville, NC -2 66 75 -  
CUT Press McPhaul / Shawn Heinchon Greenville, NC, Raleigh, NC -2 69 72 -  
CUT Andrew Buergler / Michael Cosentino Cary, NC, Charlotte, NC -1 70 72 -  
CUT Christopher Blum / Kevin Atamian Raleigh, NC -1 73 69 -  
CUT Mark Lassiter / Scott Benton Lumberton, NC, Fairmont, NC -1 72 70 -  
CUT Scott McClellan / Terry Williams Cary, NC -1 70 72 -  
CUT Brad Clark / Tradd McCrary Chapel Hill, NC, Durham, NC E 70 73 -  
CUT Brooks Colquitt / Justin Livonius Charlotte, NC E 71 72 -  
CUT Colin Dutton / Nick Thompson Foxfire, NC, Vass, NC E 69 74 -  
CUT Dillon Eaton / Evan Rodwell Charlotte, NC E 74 69 -  
CUT Jason Napier / Ritch Buckner Chapel Hill, NC, Whitsett, NC E 75 68 -  
CUT Kenneth Willis / Travon Willis Indian Trail, NC E 72 71 -  
CUT Quinn Gruber / Wes Pope Raleigh, NC, Pineville, NC E 68 75 -  
CUT Andrew Graham / Kellen Graham Asheville, NC +1 71 73 -  
CUT Andrew Morgan / Derek Lipe Rockwell, NC, China Grove, NC +1 72 72 -  
CUT Blake Moore / Reid Wooten Kinston, NC, Raleigh, NC +1 73 71 -  
CUT Brandon Dembowiak / Stephen Dooley Leland, NC, Greensboro, NC +1 72 72 -  
CUT Cornell Beans / Steven Shea Charlotte, NC +1 67 77 -  
CUT Joe Brooks / Joe Culpepper Otto, NC, Franklin, NC +1 74 70 -  
CUT Austin Alexander / Connor Brown Cherryville, NC, Rutherfordton, NC +1 73 71 -  
CUT Jack Whitehouse / Peter Bowie Asheville, NC +1 70 74 -  
CUT Jeff Manley / Marshall Newman Raleigh, NC +1 71 73 -  
CUT Landon Barnes / Sam Davidson Pilot Mountain, NC, Asheboro, NC +1 70 74 -  
CUT Owen Kose / Parker Cumbea Fuquay Varina, NC, Holly Springs, NC +1 72 72 -  
CUT Chase Eubanks / Mark Bawden Apex, NC, Raleigh, NC +2 74 71 -  
CUT Ian Podziewski / Jack Wieler Waxhaw, NC +2 72 73 -  
CUT John Nieters / Mark Nieters Lexington, NC, Bermuda Run, NC +2 76 69 -  
CUT Park Williams / Todd Dauler Kernersville, NC, Summerfield, NC +3 71 75 -  
CUT Joseph Pettis / Matt Pettis Charlotte, NC, Pinehurst, NC +3 74 72 -  
CUT Jim Aughtry / Joe Jaspers Concord, NC, Huntersville, NC +3 70 76 -  
CUT Luke Hackworth / Thomas Eubanks Charlotte, NC +3 70 76 -  
CUT Brian Sowinski / Kevin Sowinski Charlotte, NC, Greensboro, NC +4 74 73 -  
CUT Jack Slomkowski / Paul Slomkowski Colfax, NC +4 72 75 -  
CUT Jake Clayton / Jay Clayton Burlington, NC +4 73 74 -  
CUT Jayson Jennings / Rudy Nash Fuquay Varina, NC, Fuquay-Varina, NC +4 73 74 -  
CUT David Spak / Matthew Spak Cary, NC +4 74 73 -  
CUT Graham MacLeod / Spencer Barbour Fayetteville, NC +4 75 72 -  
CUT Cassidy Brauns / Tyler Lowman Belmont, NC, Conover, NC +4 70 77 -  
CUT Chris Lee / Matthew McIntyre Garner, NC +4 69 78 -  
CUT Fisher Kennedy / Kyle Haas Winston-Salem, NC +4 69 78 -  
CUT Brad Coleman / Harrison Frye Jamestown, NC, High Point, NC +5 74 74 -  
CUT Peter Melvin / William Melvin Charlotte, NC, Pinehurst, NC +5 74 74 -  
CUT Samuel Mace / Tom Cullen Hickory, NC, Connelly Springs, NC +5 72 76 -  
CUT Daniel Schenk / Stephen Rafferty Durham, NC, Raleigh, NC +6 77 72 -  
CUT James Whitehouse / Joseph Decosta Asheville, NC +6 72 77 -  
CUT Jason Fonda / Peter Michaels Durham, NC, Holly Springs, NC +6 76 73 -  
CUT Drew Haywood / Richard Youden Winston-Salem, NC, Chapel Hill, NC +6 71 78 -  
CUT Lee Akers / Rick Marion Mount Airy, NC +8 80 71 -  
CUT Michael Widman / Tim Manyatis Raleigh, NC +8 77 74 -  
CUT Jason Fulp / Jonathan Jenkins Germanton, NC, Winston-Salem, NC +9 77 75 -  
CUT Connor Massey / Doug Massey Burlington, NC +9 78 74 -  
CUT Kevin Stimberis / Tom Dulski Huntersville, NC, Mooresville, NC +9 74 78 -  
CUT Chad Randall / Rich Vanstory Greensboro, NC, Jamestown, NC +10 74 79 -  
CUT Billy Williford / Bryon Ruben Durham, NC +10 81 72 -  
CUT Dale Fuller / John Kight Raleigh, NC, Wake Forest, NC +11 76 78 -  
CUT Jason Anthony / Nick Wheeler Charlotte, NC +11 76 78 -  
CUT Lonail Locklear / Stephen Pippin Pembroke, NC +11 82 72 -  
CUT Pete Lineberger / Thomas Lineberger Cary, NC, Pinehurst, NC +11 85 69 -  
CUT Stephen Brown / Todd Brown Winston-Salem, NC, Raleigh, NC +11 81 73 -  
CUT David Reid / Marais Lombard Charlotte, NC, Matthews, NC +12 73 82 -  
CUT Noah Britt / Patrick Harrow Charlotte, NC, Davidson, NC +12 77 78 -  
CUT Fred Rubino / Nick Rubino Charlotte, NC +12 73 82 -  
CUT Paul Davis / Sean Stevens Raleigh, NC, Advance, NC +13 79 77 -  
CUT Kenny Flynn / Mark Harper Winston-Salem, NC +13 77 79 -  
CUT Rob Congleton / Scott Mullis Winterville, NC, Ayden, NC +14 76 81 -  
CUT Cody Mathis / Joshua Stafford East Bend, NC, Walkertown, NC +14 80 77 -  
CUT Christopher Leroux / Michael Kerley Asheboro, NC, Clemmons, NC +17 79 81 -  
CUT Kyle Brookey / Trevor Krawchuk Chapel Hill, NC, Durham, NC +17 81 79 -  
CUT Ian Jackson / Jack Draper Greensboro, NC +18 83 78 -  
CUT Mike Housman / Sandy Lamarre Raleigh, NC, Wake Forest, NC +19 79 83 -  
WD Colton Makowiec /Thomas Messenheimer Morganton, NC - 69 WD -  

 

Schedule of Final Round:

 

Sunday, October 11

Final Round - 18 Holes of Four-Ball Stroke Play

 

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The CGA annually conducts 48 championships and five team match competitions for men, women, juniors, and seniors. It also runs over 150 One-Day (net and gross) events as well as qualifying for USGA national championships. The CGA serves golf in the Carolinas with numerous programs such as: the USGA Handicap System; tournament management software and support; course measuring and course/slope ratings; agronomy consultation; answers about the Rules of Golf, Rules of Amateur Status, and Handicapping; Carolinas Golf Magazine; Interclub series; Tarheel Youth Golf Association; Carolinas Golf Hall of Fame; expense assistance for USGA Junior and Girls' Junior qualifiers from the Carolinas; and the Carolinas Golf Foundation (CGF). The CGF has distributed nearly $2,000,000 since 1977 to benefit Carolinas' golf initiatives including junior and women's programs.     

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