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The Tour Report

July 21 2012

9:58 PM

Saturday wrap-up

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Scott Stallings takes a four-shot lead into Sunday at Annandale.
They just may get 72 holes in at this year's True South Classic. Through three days and more than 10 hours of weather delays, about a quarter of the field (18 of 75 players) have completed their third rounds at Annandale Golf Club. Round 3 action will resume Sunday morning at 7 a.m. (8 a.m. ET). The final round is projected to get under way at approximately 9:45 a.m. (10:45 a.m. ET) on Sunday. When play resumes, Scott Stallings will be the man everyone is trying to catch. The 27-year-old second-year TOUR pro made five birdies and an eagle in a six hole stretch to reach 18 under and take a four-shot lead. He will open play Saturday on the teebox at the par-5 11th hole. In the group four back is Heath Slocum with overnight co-leaders Billy Horschel and Jason Bohn. Slocum is 6 under through 13 holes in his third round while Horschel and Bohn are each 1 under after the front nine. William McGirt currently leads in the clubhouse after a third-round 64 pushed his total to 13 under. One behind him, and also sleeping in on Sunday, will be Woody Austin, Tommy Gainey and Patrick Reed, who each carded third-round 66s.