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Forum staff reports, Published August 30 2009

Bobcat North Dakota Open: Stolpe sharp, Wisconsin golfer cards 64 to lead

Muskego, Wis., golfer Patrick Stolpe shot a second-round 64 Saturday to take a one-shot lead entering the final round of the Bobcat North Dakota Open at Fargo Country Club.

Stolpe leads on the professional side. Dan Norton, who led after the first day, is in second place. Four other golfers are tied for third, two shots off the pace.

Jordan Ensrud has a three-shot gross lead on the amateurs side, with Spencer Hilde in second place.

Professionals

Patrick Stolpe 70-64–134

Dan Norton 66-69–135

Josh Persons 68-68–136

Don Berry 70-66–136

Brad Pemberton 71-65–136

Jeff Sorenson 68-68–136

Jordan Weber 72-65–137

Tim Ailes 69-68–137

Neil Johnson 70-67–137

Mike Berg 68-69–137

Darrin Hall 71-67–138

Chris Borgen 68-70–138

Tim Kunick 68-70–138

Pat Grady 71-68–139

Adam Hagen 71-68–139

Kris Kroetsch 71-68–139

John Douma 69-71–140

Anthony Verna 71-69–140

Andy White 72-68–140

Barry Conser 73-68–141

Kane Hanson 75-66–141

Connie Pierce 68-73–141

Brett Swedberg 72-69–141

R.A. Stolpe 69-73–142

Britt Pavelonis 71-71–142

Don Littrell 73-69–142

Trent Peterson 71-71–142

Jeremy Decko 70-72–142

Brandon Askew 71-71–142

Wade Pettitt 72-70–142

Jeff Nieman 72-71–143

Andrew Womeldorf 69-74–143

Mark Baker 71-72–143

Adam Hanson 71-72–143

Jay Jurecic 73-70–143

Ryan Lenahan 71-72–143

David Morgan 70-73–143

Ernie Rose 72-71–143

Jason Swihart 72-71–143

Chris Robertson 71-73–144

Tom Eubank 75-69–144

Jonathan Hanner 72-72–144

Joe Ryon 70-74–144

Kyle Blackman 75-69–144

Rodney Hamblin 74-70–144

Yu Katayama 69-75–144

Aaron Moreno 69-75–144

A.J. Legert 74-70–144

Joe O’Brien 73-71–144

Paul Wackerly III 70-74–144

Adam Wynia 75-69–144

Niall Turner 71-74–145

Daniel Anderson 77-68–145

Adam Darrow 72-73–145

Chad Fribley 76-69–145

Brian Johnson 72-73–145

Brady Swedberg 74-71–145

Dexter Chan 74-72–146

Chip Knuckey 71-75–146

Ed Tischler 73-73–146

Yong Joo 70-76–146

Adam Guili 74-72–146

Erik Toftner 69-77–146

Jeremy Lederer 74-73–147

Tim Lynch 73-74–147

Tyler Olson 77-71–148

Jeff Burton 75-73–148

Noah Henson 73-75–148

Alex Wagner 75-73–148

Heath Neal 74-75–149

Stephen Landrum 79-70–149

Drew Dvorak 74-75–149

Matt Rost 73-76–149

Jay Haug 76-73–149

Ian Hessels 73-76–149

Joe Stansberry 75-74–149

Kevin Starr 78-71–149

Matthew Newman 78-72–150

Michael De Runtz 74-76–150

Kellen Moss 79-71–150

Khris Niess 77-73–150

Andrew Paulson 72-78–150

Michael Strand 73-77–150

Jesse Talcott 70-80–150

Michael Bielawski 75-76–151

Santiago Escobar 77-74–151

Luke Slaymaker 76-75–151

Max Snowden 76-76–152

Drew Reynolds 79-73–152

Dennis Kwon 72-80–152

Andre Metzger 76-76–152

Jeff Noeske 75-77–152

Andrew Stein 74-79–153

Bobby West 79-76–155

Ryan Devlin 74-82–156

Adam Haugen 84-74–158

Erik Gress 84-76–160

Kevin Hoppman 80-82–162

Bill Brenan 80-82–162

Philip Beard 86-78–164

Jace Carter 82-86–168

Amateurs

Top 10 gross

Jordan Ensrud 71-69–140

Spencer Hilde 68-75–143

Russ Newman 72-72–144

Pat Deitz 72-73–145

Nathan Anderson 75-72–147

Dave Barge 74-73–147

Taylor Cavanagh 75-72–147

Nolan Meyer 72-75–147

Clint Nelson 75-72–147

Eric Aughinbaugh 77-72–149

Casey Vangsness 75-74–149