Jason Fober and Cason Hammock fall back into tie for fourth in Georgia Four-Ball Championship

FROM STAFF REPORTSApril 26, 2014 

CARTERSVILLE, Ga. -- Columbus' Jason Fober and Cason Hammock fell three sports Saturday from tied for the lead to tied for fourth after the second round of the Georgia Four-Ball Championship.

Fober and Hammock shot a 2-under 70 at the Cartersville Country Club. The team stands at 12-under 132.

Chase Jones and Tyler Mitchell of Chatsworth shot a 66 Saturday to take the lead at 15-under 129.

Fober and Hammock shared the first-round lead with Chad Branton of Cartersville and Justin Johnson of Canton. They shot a 71 Saturday and are in seventh place.

The 54-hole event is scheduled to conclude on Sunday.

Fober and Hammock, who teamed to win the Four-Ball in 2011 at Green Island, had four birdies and two bogeys Saturday. During Friday's 62, they had two eagles, seven birdies and one bogey.

Columbus' Carter Mize and Wright Waddell, who have won this event four times, moved up 12 places into a tie for 25th after a 67. They are at 5-under 139. Mize was elected to the Georgia Golf Hall of Fame on Thursday.

Columbus' Bobby Brent III and Bubba Gallops dropped nine places to a tie for 25th after a 70.

Columbus' Rhoades Sturkie and Marietta's Christopher Koehler shot an even-par 72 for a two-day total of 4-over 148. They missed the cut, which came at 2-under.

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