Less than a third of the field at TPC Sugarloaf completed the first round on Friday.
Less than a third of the field finished the first round of the Greater Gwinnett Championship Friday, April 19, at TPC Sugarloaf in Duluth. Rain delayed the start of the PGA Champions Tour event for four hours, with only 24 of the 81 golfers able to finish 18 holes. The first round will resume Saturday at 8 a.m., followed by the second round. CLICK HERE FOR THE SCOREBOARD FROM GREATER GWINNETT CHAMPIONSHIP Bart Bryant shot 4-under 68 for the low round of the day. He was tied with South African David Frost, who was 4-under after 13 holes. Duluth native James Mason shot 1-over 73. For more information on the Champions Tour event, including the schedule and ticket information, visit the tournament website. Related Content
Larry Nelson, Hale Irwin and Tom Kite as well as leading money winners are scheduled to be at the event at TPC Sugarloaf in April.
Hall of Famers Larry Nelson, Hale Irwin and Tom Kite as well as recent winners such as John Cook have committed to play in the PGA Champions Tour event at TPC Sugarloaf in Gwinnett in April, according to an announcement. Officials of the Greater Gwinnett Championship announced Tuesday (January 29) that 27 of the top 30 players from the Champions Tour 2012 money list have committed for the event, which marks the return of pro golf to Gwinnett after an absence of several years. The 54-hole tourney in Duluth will be on April 19-21. Various events will be held at Sugarloaf during the week leading up to the event. -- Are you excited about pro golf returning to Gwinnett? Share your thoughts in the comments below. "Like all my fellow Champions …