Another weekend on the PGA Tour, another strong showing from a few former Georgia golfers at the 3M Championship at TPC Twin Cities in Blaine, Minnesota.
It was an up and down weekend for former University of Georgia golfers in Detroit, Michigan — the home of the Rocket Mortgage Classic — as four former Bulldogs missed the cut and another four placed rather highly.
Seven former University of Georgia golfers featured in the 2019 Travelers Championship, and although they didn’t top the 17-under par score of Chez Reavie, they had various strong outings over the weekend.
On Thursday, June 20, Georgia golfers Trent Phillips, Spencer Ralston and Davis Thompson were chosen as All-Americans according to PING and the Golf Coaches Association of America.
At the end of the final round of the U.S. Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links, Gary Woodland stood above the field at 13 under par. Aside from that, most of the former University of Georgia golfers still in the competition finished on a positive note.
At the start of round one on Thursday, there were seven former Georgia golfers. Now, four remain and all of them look like a long shot to contend for a top spot by the end of the final round on Sunday.
The Georgia men’s golf team continues to lead the NCAA Athens Regional after posting a second round score of 280 for four-under par on Tuesday. This score puts Georgia one shot ahead of second place Duke University heading into the final round.
The Georgia men’s golf team scored an even-par 284 in the first round of the Athens Regional tournament on Monday at the University of Georgia Golf Course.