It didn’t take long for someone to catch Robert Garrigus in the final round at Hamilton G&CC.
Actually two players did.
Scott Piercy birdied two of his first three holes, and William McGirt added a birdie of his own on No. 3 as both pulled even with Garrigus at 16 under.
Piercy stuck his approach to 5 feet on No. 2 to set up the first birdie, then rolled in a 15-footer one hole later for another.
Josh Teater and Bud Cauley, meanwhile, are three back after both started 3 under through their first six holes.
Troy Matteson is another stroke back after making the turn in 4 under.