Friday, April 28, 2006


Two Former Georgia Tech players Tripp Isenhour and Bryce Molder are 1-2 on the leaderboard, after the first round of the BMW Charity Pro-Am at The Cliffs in Travelers Rest, South Carolina. Isenhour shot an opening round 66 on the Cliff's Valley course. Molder, a 4 year All American, and 3 time ACC Player Of The Year at Georgia Tech carded an opening round 65, both at 6 under par. Second round play continues tommorrow. Way to go guys. Hopefully Bryce can start playing like this and make it to the PGA Tour.
Apparently Bryce was happy to shoot his low round on the toughest of the three courses used at this event.

"Im really pleased with the round and excited to be leading from this course", said Molder. "If I would have had just one low round, I wouldnt have thought it would come from this course".

Meanwhile Isenhour said Bryce's round was the true leader of this golf tournament. The course Molder played on ranked as one of the toughest courses on the Nationwide Tour last year.
"I dont know what the weather was doing up there but a 6-under up there is the leader of the golf tournament", said Isenhour, speaking of Molders opening round.

Good to see these guys playing so well, especially in the same tournament.

Three share first-round lead at BMW Charity Pro-Am