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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Seath Lauer opens well at eGolf Professional Tour

Seath Lauer during a 2010 West Florida Golf Tour event. Photo by Paul Videla/Bradenton Herald

Bradenton’s Seath Lauer, who had a standout prep and collegiate career at Lakewood Ranch and Florida State University, is playing this week’s eGolf Professional Tour’s Donald Ross Championship in North Carolina.

Lauer carded a 2-under par 69 in Wednesday’s opening round of the 72-hole tournament.

That puts the Huntington, Ind., native in a tie for 49th. There are still scores yet to be posted.

Fellow West Florida Golf Tour participant, Daniel Stone, is currently in a tie for sixth after a 6-under par 65 on the Southern Pines Golf Club layout.

Lauer also played his first round at Southern Pines. The other venue for the tournament is Pine Needles Lodge & Golf Club.

Lauer had six birdies in his round, but also bogeyed four holes.

Edward Loar is the current leader at 9-under par.

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