Bearden takes the SCGA Mid-Am lead

Former Tiger golfer Brent Delahoussaye is in second place going into the final round of the SCGA Mid-Am. (Golfclub file photo)

Kyle Bearden has the lead going into the final round of the SCGA Mid-Am championship at the Grenville Country Club.

Bearden followed up his opening round 65 with a second round 66 for a 131, 11-under par total.

The former Winthrop University golfer has a two shot lead over Brent Dellahoussaye from Greenville. The former Clemson golfer added a 68 to his first round 65 for a 9-under par 133 total.

First round leader Danny Brock could not match his opening round 63 and posted a second round 72 to drop back into a tie for third place.

The two golfers tied with Brock for third place made the biggest moves up the leader board in the second round.

Holly Tree golfer Robert Lutomski fired a 5-under par 66 to move up from 18th to third.

Holly Tree’s Robert Lutomski made the biggest move in the secon round going from 18th to a tie for third. (Golfclub file photo)

The Simpsonville golfer is tied with this year’s Senior North & South champion Eddie Hargett from Blythewood. Hargett also carded a second round 66 to improve by three shots over his first round 69.

2011 SCGA Amateur champion Austin Reeves from Greenville shot a second round 4-under par 67 to join two other golfers in a tie for 6th place at 6-under par.

The best second round was turned in by Brian Horton from Taylors. Horton shot a 7-under par 64 to make the cut and stand in a tie for 20th.

The cut for the final round fell at 4-over par 146 as 60 golfers will play in the final round on Sunday.

The final round begins at 9 am off split tees with the leaders starting on number one at  9:30.

Round two scores

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