Cromwell, (USA): Arjun Atwal managed to make the cut but was lying way down at tied 68th on the leaderboard after the third round of the Travelers Championships here.
For the first seven holes Atwal did not have a single par as he went through three birdies, an eagle, a bogey and two double bogey, but after that he had 11 pars.
Earlier, Atwal completed 12 holes of his second round to make the cut after a round of two-under 68.
In the third round, Atwal opened with a bogey on 10th and birdied the 11th. A double bogey on 12th was followed by birdies on 13th and 14th and then came an eagle-2 on par-4 15th. Another double bogey on 16th meant he was once again even after seven holes and then came the series of 11 pars....more
02:06 PM, Jun 24, 2012
Cromwell: A struggling Arjun Atwal shot a birdie in the flawless six holes that he managed to complete in the weather-hit second round and remained in the hunt to make the weekend cut at the Travelers Championship here. Atwal, who has disappointed this season with a series of missed cuts, is now even through 24 holes and has 12 more to play in the second round. He is currently on...
02:11 PM, Jun 23, 2012
San Fransico, California: Promising American talent Patrick Cantlay formally announced his long anticipated decision to turn professional on Tuesday, just two days after tying for 41st place at the U.S. Open in San Francisco. The 20-year-old, who was awarded the 2011 Mark H. McCormack Medal as the world's number one amateur, will make his first appearance as a pro at this week's Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Connecticut. Cantlay, who has...
03:19 PM, Jun 20, 2012