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Play Suspended At Landfall Tradition Due To Inclement Weather

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WILMINGTON, N.C. -- Play was suspended due to inclement weather with four holes left in the opening day of the Landfall Tradition at the par 72, 6,166 yard Country Club of Landfall's Dye Course in Wilmington, N.C.

Round one will resume on Saturday morning at 10:00 a.m.  The second round of the 54-hole tournament will begin with a shotgun start immediately after the end of round one on Saturday, with teams competing in the same pairings as Friday's first round.

Teams played four holes before a first rain delay of two hours on Friday morning.  After a second rain delay of just over half an hour in the late afternoon, play was suspended. 

Sophomore Madison Moosa (+4), a native of Charlotte, N.C., leads the Paladins at four-over midway through round one, and senior Haylee Harford (+5) and Natalie Srinivasan (+5) are tied at five-over.  Senior Jacqueline Bendrick (+6) is six-over through 14.

No. 14 Wake Forest (+4) lead the field, followed by fifth-ranked Duke (+7) in second, while No. 8 Arkansas (+10) and No. 39 Penn State (+10) are tied for third. 

Admission to the tournament is free and fans are welcome.  Live tournament scoring will also be available via

Julie Paré, Furman Sports Information