Aiken's golfer two back on Tour

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CANONSBURG, Pa. — Aiken’s Kevin Kisner is two shots off the lead in the Tour’s Myland Classic.
Kisner, a PGA Tour member who didn’t qualify for the FedEx Cup playoffs,  shot 5-under-par 66 at Southpointe Golf Club.
Two golfers with Oklahoma connections – Edward Loar and Robert Streb – led the way after 64s.
Loar played his college golf at Oklahoma State and Streb, who played at Kansas State, now lives in Edmond, Okla.
Two players shot 65, including Casey Wittenberg, who has already won twice on the Tour this year. With a third win, he would receive an automatic “battlefield promotion” to the PGA Tour.
Aiken native Matt Hendrix shot 70 and North Augusta’s Scott Brown had 72.

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