Tyler Duncan rallied in Round 2 to make the cut in the rain-delayed Barracuda Championship.
Duncan, a 2008 Columbus North graduate, scored 11 points in the second round after netting minus-2 in Thursday’s opening round. The tournament is being played with the modified Stableford Scoring System, which has features including two points for a birdie and minus-one point for a bogey.
Duncan was able to complete nine holes in the third round and lost one point. He currently is tied for 70th with eight points.
Robert Streb leads the tournament with 29 points. Cameron Trinagle is second with 27, followed by Brandon Harkins and Emiliano Grillo each with 26.