SALISBURY — Outstanding scores are being posted in qualifying for the Crowder-Dorsett Memorial 4-Ball Labor Day Golf Tournament.
The team of Corey Basinger/Doug McDonald made nine birdies on Friday to shoot 63, but that effort was topped on Saturday when the team of John Dyer/Kevin Lentz carded a 62.
Saturday qualifiers battled rain and strong winds at the Country Club of Salisbury.
The teams of Eric Mulkey/Nick Lyerly and Lee Frick/Blake Wray managed 64s on Saturday.
The team of Derek Lipe/William Little is next at 65.
Three teams have posted 67s — Josh Brincefield/Charlie Barr 67, Clark Alcorn/Alex Nianouris and Steve Chatt/Jack Chatt.
Ryan Honeycutt/Keith Dorsett, Wally Eidson/Kyle Venrick and Colline Ajidra/Emmanuel Jakisa shot 68s.
Livingstone golfers from Uganda have added international flavor to the event, including the Adjidra/Jakisa pairing.
In the Senior Division (55+), Joey Boley and Richard Cobb will be the top seed as the defending champs.
Leaders so far in qualifying have been the team of Gary Fesperman/Steve Gegorek with a 67, and Jim Christy/Jim Hubbard with a 68.
In the Super Senior Division (65+), the team of John Henderlite/John Kyger paces qualifying after posting a 68 on Saturday.
The team of Jim Lynch/Grady Summerlin is the defending champ.
Playoffs will be conducted Sunday, as needed.
See www.salisburypost.com for all qualifying rounds from Friday and Saturday.