Nonetheless, by the time all was said and done White made the cut by two strokes. After his second-round score of even par, White went from being in a tie for 107th to being in a 10-way tie for 60th entering the third round. White — who was schedule to tee off for his third round at 1:15 p.m., Saturday — was still on the course at press time.
The 144-player field was cut to the low 70 plus ties after the second round. The four-day tournament concludes today. White finished runner-up at the Griffin City Championship last year after losing a sudden-death playoff on the first hole.