Childress, Robbins are second at Carolinas Four-Ball Championship
CAMDEN, S.C. — After Thursday’s second round, Salisbury’s Michael Childress and his Cannon School teammate Lansdon Robbins are second in the 66th annual Carolinas Four-Ball Championship at Camden Country Club.
Childress and Robbins shot a 9-under par 61 on Wednesday and led 57 other two-man teams. The duo made nine birdies during the first round, including finishing with five straight, to card a cool 28 on the back nine. They also had nine pars on the day and no bogeys.
On Thursday, Childress and Robbins were just 2-under par, slipping to 68 and 129 for their two-day score. They trail Paul Tucker-Brent Roof, who are at 128, after rounds of 63 and 65. The team of Ryan Marter and Jack Parrott is also at 129 (63-66).
The tournament now moves into a round of 32 match-play format. Childress and Robbins are seeded third and will play No. 30 Robert Dargan-David Dargan.
There are two rounds on Friday and Saturday and the championship concludes the event on Sunday.