The PGA of Great Britain & Ireland’s Martin Woodbridge continues to lead the 2015 Golfbreaks.com Pinehurst Pro-Am through two rounds at Kiawah Island.
Round 2 of the event took place at Kiawah’s Par-72 Osprey Point Course where Woodbridge’s start was as turbulent as the seas off the coast of South Carolina.
A bogey on the second and a birdie on the third were completed in relative regulation but two bogeys and two double-bogeys before the turn left some ground to make up.
An immediate response birdie at the tenth, along with a bogey at 15 and another birdie at 16, allowed him to end with a 77 for a five-over par total (149).
“I didn’t hit the ball as well on the front nine as I did yesterday, which showed with my score,” said Woodbridge. “But then I ground it out to come back in one-under this afternoon. It’s been very tough but hopefully I’ll have another good round tomorrow.”
Moving up the leaderboard into second place is the PGA of Sweden’s Peter Dahlberg. Two birdies in the front nine and just a single bogey allowed him to go out in one-under par, but only a single birdie and three bogeys on the back nine brought him to one over for the day (73); seven-over par for the tournament and just two shots off the pace.
In third position is Simon Edwards (PGA of Great Britain & Ireland) with an eight-over par total of 152 after he matched Woodbridge’s 77 on the Osprey Course.
Woodbridge also continues to lead the Team Pro-Am event with amateurs Dave Holden, Kevin Jones, and Steve Wilkes after 79 points in their second round gave them a total of 155 (-11).
The PGA of America’s Darren McNeal and amateurs Tony Baker, Ben Segler, and Doug Vickers move into second place after a Round 2 78 points sit them at a 151 total (-7) with one round to go.
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