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Kevin Roy, Steven Fisk, Danny Walker share 36-hole lead at Club Car Championship at The Landings Golf & Athletic Club

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Kevin Roy during the second round of the Club Car Championship at The Landings Golf & Athletic Club. (Andrew Wevers/Getty Images)

Kevin Roy during the second round of the Club Car Championship at The Landings Golf & Athletic Club. (Andrew Wevers/Getty Images)

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    Things to Know

    • Georgia Southern alum Steven Fisk ties Kevin Roy for the low rounds of the day with matching 7-under 65s
    • Danny Walker records a 6-under 66 and joins Roy and Fisk in a three-way tie for the lead at 9-under par
    • Outright 18-hole leader Philip Knowles records a second-round 2-under 70 and is one shot off the lead
    • The 36-hole cut was made at 1-under par with 65 players making it to the weekend
    • Third-round pairings will run from 8:05 a.m. through 1:35 p.m. off the first tee

    Second-round lead notes

    1 - Second-round leaders/co-leaders to win Club Car Championship at The Landings Golf & Athletic Club: Dan McCarthy (2019)

    1 - Second-round leaders/co-leaders to win on Tour in 2024: Isaiah Salinda (The Panama Championship)

    Kevin Roy (Co-leader/-9)

    • Carded a second-round bogey-free 7-under 65
      • Birdies came at three par-5s (Nos. 3, 6, 18), three par-4s (Nos. 1, 5, 13) and the par-3 eighth
    • Marks his first ever 36-hole lead/co-lead on the Korn Ferry Tour (previous best 36-hole position was T2)
    • Second time this season with a lead/co-lead after any round; held a share of the 54-hole lead in the season-opening The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic at Sandals Emerald Bay (finished runner-up)
    • Making his 84th career Korn Ferry Tour start this week and his fourth appearance at the Club Car Championship at The Landings Golf & Athletic Club (missed cut in 2020, 2021 and 2022)
    • Played on the PGA TOUR during the 2022-23 season where he made three top-25 finishes in 31 starts, with his best being a T8 at the 2023 Butterfield Bermuda Championship
    • Earned his first PGA TOUR card in 2022 after finishing No. 24 on the Korn Ferry Tour Points List
      • In 22 starts that season, Roy logged four top-10s and seven top-25s, highlighted by his runner-up finish at the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas Wichita Open Benefitting KU Wichita Pediatrics
    • During the 2020-21 season, played in all 46 events recording four top-10s, 14 top-25s, and 29 made cuts to finish No. 48 in the final standings
    • Originally from Syracuse, New York, and now resides in Lakewood Ranch, Florida
    • Played collegiately at Long Beach State University where he earned First Team All-Big West honors as a senior
      • College teammates at Long Beach State University with PGA TOUR winner Xander Schauffele

    Danny Walker (Co-leader/-9)

    • Carded a second-round 6-under 66 with seven birdies against one bogey at the par-3 second
      • Seven birdies came on five par-4s (Nos. 4, 5, 7, 13, 15), one par-5 (No. 18) and one par-3 (No. 12)
    • Previous best 36-hole position was T9 (twice, most recently at 2019 Ellie Mae Classic where he finished T29)
    • In six starts this season, has two made cuts with best finish being a T45 at the Astara Golf Championship presented by Mastercard
    • Last season, made 15 starts on the Korn Ferry Tour and logged one top-10 finish, solo fifth at the Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank
    • In 2021, played primarily on PGA TOUR Canada (now PGA TOUR Americas) where he made 10 starts and tallied three top-10 finishes, including one victory
    • Originally joined the Korn Ferry Tour in 2019 after earning medalist honors at Final Stage of Q-School in 2018
      • In his 2019 rookie season, recorded just two top-25 finishes in 22 starts
    • Since turning professional in 2018, has made 47 starts on the Korn Ferry Tour and 12 starts on PGA TOUR Americas
    • Played four seasons at University of Virginia (2014-18), earning All-America Scholar recognition his final two seasons
    • Native of Bradenton, Florida, where he helped Lakewood Ranch High School win back-to-back FHSAA Class 2A State Championships in 2011 and 2012, followed by a Class 3A title in 2013
      • Also won the individual state title as a freshman in 2011

    Steven Fisk (Co-leader/-9)

    • Carded a second-round bogey-free 7-under 65
      • Seven birdies came on three par-5s (Nos. 3, 6, 14), two par-4s (Nos. 1, 9) and two par-3s (Nos. 2, 12)
    • Earns the first lead/co-lead of his Korn Ferry Tour career (52 starts)
    • In four starts this season, has one made cut (T44/The Bahamas Great Exuma Classic at Sandals Emerald Bay)
    • Last season, finished No. 64 on the Korn Ferry Tour Points List to earn fully exempt membership for the 2024 season (top 75 from Points List)
    • Since 2022, has made 50 starts on the Korn Ferry Tour and logged eight top-25 finishes and one top-10
      • Made one start in 2019 as an amateur
    • Best career finish is a T6 at the 2023 Utah Championship presented by Zions Bank
    • Plays from Stockbridge, Georgia, and now resides in Evans, Georgia
    • Played four seasons at Georgia Southern University (2015-19), amassing a school-record nine career wins, including six as a senior in 2018-19, and posting one of the lowest single-season scoring averages in NCAA Division I history as a senior (69.03)
    • Decorated career included 2019 All-America First Team recognition, back-to-back Sun Belt Conference Golfer of the Year awards in 2017-18 and 2018-19, three consecutive All-Sun Belt First Team selections (2017-19), and the 2015-16 Sun Belt Freshman of the Year award
      • Individual victories included the 2017 and 2019 Sun Belt Conference Championship


    Fisk on entering the weekend tied for the lead… “It's nice to kind of see that a lot of the hard work that I put in the last month and a half or so's paying off, because the start of the year that I had, it wasn't exactly what I had anticipated. It's nice to be in a good position.”

    Fisk on three Georgia Southern alums making the cut… “I think it's awesome. With Ben (Carr) being here on a sponsor exemption and Mason (Williams) getting in on Monday, honestly really happy for both of them. It's nice to have three Eagles in the field, I feel like that never happens out here. So really proud of both of them. I know that they'll both play really well this weekend and it's nice for all of us to still be here.”

    Roy on his comfort level on this course… “I am comfortable here. I don't think my history here's very good, to be honest with you, but I've always liked this place. I've always liked Savannah, it's awesome, and this course is one of the better ones we play out here. So yeah, I knew I could play it, it's just kind of figuring out a good game plan to tackle this course. So far I've been able to do that.”


    • 18-hole solo leader Knowles (T4/-8) followed up his first-round 6-under 66 with a second-round 2-under 70 via four birdies and two bogeys
      • This week marked Knowles’ third career 18-hole lead/co-lead and first since the 2022 season (2022 Albertsons Boise Open presented by Chevron/finished T2; 2022 Pinnacle Bank Championship presented by Woodhouse/ finished T10)
    • Korn Ferry Tour winner Trevor Cone (T4/-8) tallied seven birdies against two bogeys in the second round and sits one shot behind the co-leaders
      • Cone is making his sixth start of the season this week and sits 42nd on the Points List after logging two top-20 finishes this season, highlighted by a T8 at the Astara Golf Championship presented by Mastercard
    • Rob Oppenheim (T6/-7) sits two shots off the lead and has recorded just one bogey through 36 holes, the fewest holes of bogeys-or-worse by any player this week
    • Wil Bateman (T10/-6) leads all players this week with 13 birdies through 36 holes
    • Bateman entered the week No. 15 on the Points List after posting two top-5 finishes this season, with his best finish being runner-up at The Panama Championship
    • Georgia Southern alums Ben Carr (T26/-3) and Mason Williams (T26/-3) both made the cut in their Korn Ferry Tour debuts
      • Carr is playing as a sponsor exemption this week while Williams earned the start as an open qualifier
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