July 3, 2011
UCLA sophomore Patrick Cantlay finished a whirlwind month by completing his third straight 72-hole PGA tournament Sunday at the AT&T National in Newton Square, PA at Aronimink Golf Club.
Cantlay fired a final round 67 (-3) to finish four rounds at three-under par 277, tied for 20th. For the month, Cantlay was 14-under par in 12 rounds at three professional tournaments: the U.S. Open, the Travelers Championship and the AT&T National.
He is currently the world's fifth-ranked amateur golfer entering next week's SCGA Championship at San Gabriel Country Club.
On Sunday, Cantlay birdied four holes on the outward nine with a bogey for a three-under front side. He made a pair of bogeys and two birdies -- including one at the 72nd hole -- on the inward nine for a final round score of 67.
Other Bruins who finished in the money in Pennsylvania included John Merrick, who tied for 15th at 276 (-4); Scott McCarron, who tied for 38th at 281 (+1) and Kevin Chappell, who tied for 72nd at 289 (+9).
On the Champions Tour Sunday, former Bruin Corey Pavin tied for fourth place at 16-under par 200 at the Montreal Championship. In addition, Tom Pernice (UCLA '80) tied for 35th at eight-under par 208.
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