Augusta's Dykes Harbin falls back in Southern Amateur

In Little Rock, Ark., Augusta’s Dykes Harbin fell back in the third round of the Southern Amateur at Chenal Country Club.

Harbin, the lone local golfer to make the cut, shot 4-over-par 76 after opening rounds of 73-74. He’s tied for 60th place.

Alabama golfer Bobby Wyatt and former Dartmouth golfer Peter Williamson share the 54-hole lead.

They both shot 70 on Friday and are at 7-under 209, one shot in front of Brad Schneider (72 on Friday).

Georgia golfer Keith Mitchell, who was the second-round leader after a pair of 68s, shot 80 and dropped back into a tie for 16th place.

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