Final Round Update from the Masters
April 8, 2012
Cantlay, the first UCLA amateur to make the 36 hole cut, tied for 47th at seven-over par 295, while Chappell, who made the cut in his first appearance as a professional, tied for 44th at 294 (+6) after posting a 76 (+4) in the final round.
Cantlay's round had to be considered one of the wildest of the day. He was sailing along at two-under par through 12 holes before he recorded a quadruple bogey nine at the par 5 13th. He then double-bogeyed the 14th to move to four-over par on the day. He eagled the par 5 15th, and birdied the 16th and 17th holes to return to even par on the day. After a par at the 18th, he signed for a 72 (E).
He finished as the low amateur for the tournament -- the best result ever by a UCLA amateur golfer.
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