Players competed in the second round of the Missouri Stroke Play Championship Tuesday at Glen Echo Country Club. Like yesterday there was a morning andafternoon wave of players, with tee times starting at 7:30 this morning.

Scores were low again today with eighteen players finishing with a two-day total of even par or better. Yesterday’s leader, Christopher Ferris (St. Louis), held on to his lead with a combined 9-under score of 133 (65-68). Ferris has a two-stroke lead over second place, currently held by Jason Landry (St. Louis). He will tee off at 8:40 tomorrow morning on Hole 10.

Past Stroke Play Champion, Brad Nurski (St. Joseph), turned in the low score for the tournament today with a 7-under 64. His card showed seven birdies and no bogies. Nurski tees off at 8:30 tomorrow morning on Hole 10.

Following today’s round, the field was cut to the lowest 50 scores. Players had to score a combined total of 7-over or better to make the final day of competition. The remaining players will play a total of 36 holes tomorrow. At the end of the two rounds we will have a new Missouri Stroke Play Champion!

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The Missouri Golf Association is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote the best interests and true spirit of the game of golf throughout the State of Missouri. The MGA conducts several statewide championships each year,
including the Stroke Play Championship. The MGA distributes an annual schedule of tournament events and entry forms for each event, provides advice and information for golf, handicap and rules chairpersons, and provides educational