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The Tour Report

October 8 2010

2:52 PM

Low scores continue to pour in

The best round of the day, so far at least, belongs to Jerry Kelly, who shot a 63 that included a 30 on the front nine. That’s been far from the only low number, though.

Five others, including Brian Gay, who needed just 25 putts Friday, are in with 65s, while nine others, including leader David Toms, are in the clubhouse with 66s.

How much lower is the scoring? Well, the course is playing to an average of 69.127 at the moment. That’s nearly a full stroke lower than Thursday when it played to a 69.924 average. And with very little wind so far, that gap shouldn’t close much if at all.