MENASHA, WI - Holmen's Keegan Drugan dropped seven spots, but remains in contention for the title entering the final day of the 98th annual Morgan Stanley Wisconsin State Open.
Drugan (pictured) shot a 1-over par 71 at North Shore Golf Club in Menasha on Tuesday. Coupled with Monday's 2-under 68, Drugan is in 12th place with a 139 total and is one of 66 players making the cut for Wednesday's final 36 holes.
Jeffrey Kaiser, a former Onalaska High School and University of Wisconsin golf standout, is tied for 38th place at 145 after posting 72 on Tuesday.Joe Du Chateau of Fond du Lac, a former UW-Green Bay golfer went on a birdie blitz on Tuesday as he carded 10 birdies and posted an 8-under 62. His two-day total of 7-under 133 leads Hunter Eichhorn of Marquette University by one shot. Sitting just two shots back in third place is Charlie Delsman of Colgate, WI.