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Sheehan leads The International

CASTLE ROCK, Colo., Aug. 11 (UPI) -- With 18 points, Patrick Sheehan is the leader after two rounds of the PGA Tour's International Golf Tournament in Castle Rock, Colo.

He has a one-point lead over Ian Leggatt. Sergio Garcia (16 points) is third, and Harrison Frazar and David Howell tied for fourth with 14 points.

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Kevin Sutherland, Dean Wilson, Steve Flesch, Stewart Cink, Tom Pernice Jr. and Jeff Gove are tied for sixth with 13 points.

The second round was suspended because of inclement weather and will resume on Saturday morning.

The event is using a modified Stableford scoring system that awards points for scores under par and subtracts points for scores over par.

Five points are awarded for eagles and two for birdies; one point is subtracted for bogeys and three for double-bogeys or worse. Eight points are given for double-eagles, although there have been only three recorded in the 20-year history of the event.

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