The third round was awfully frustrating. I just didn't hit it great and I couldn't buy a putt to fall. I wound up with 15 pars, 2 bogies, and a birdie to shoot a third round 72. And it was much of the same to start the opening 9 holes in the final round. I made 2 bogies and 1 birdie, and again, couldn't get anything to fall. But finally, with 9 holes left, things started to even out. I continued to give myself chances and stroke it well like I had all week, and low and behold, it paid off. I hit a good shot on 1 about 18 feet behind the hole, put a really good stroke and watched it break right into the center, finally! Then I hit a great 8-iron on the par-3 3rd hole to 6 feet and poured one in. 3 holes later I would make a 10 foot birdie try on the par-5 6th. And two holes later I hit a spectacular iron shot to 7 feet on the dangerous 8th hole, par-3 and poured that one in as well. I would finish with 4 birdies on that closing nine for a 31, which included a pair of lip-out birdie putts on 7 & 9. Great momentum builder going into this week. I finished with a final round 68 to climb into 43rd, but had one of the lower rounds on a difficult day.
I'm excited about my play and am gearing up for this week's eGolf event in Wallace, NC at River Landing. I'll try to keep up with my results on here!