Tony Finau Struggles In Final Round Of St. Jude Invitational
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Tony Finau didn’t have the best showing in the final round of the St. Jude Invitational as he struggled to make up ground.
Finau finished the fourth round at four-over and that was the score that Finau ended the tournament with.
The Rose Park native started the tournament with a par on the first hole before scoring a bogey on No. 2. Finau finished the front nine with seven pars. The back nine didn’t start the way he wanted it to with a bogey. After three straight pars, Finau double-bogeyed the 14th hole. Finau made par on No. 15 before scoring his first and only birdie of the round on No. 16. He made par on the 17th hole and finished the round with a bogey.
When the tournament started on Thursday, Finau shot even par, followed by a two-under second round on Friday. On Saturday, Finau shot two-over.
1. Justin Thomas (-13)
T-2. Daniel Berger (-10)
T-2. Tom Lewis (-10)
T-2. Phil Mickelson (-10)
T-2. Brooks Koepka (-10)
Finau has a great opportunity to bounce back in the next tournament which will be the PGA Championship. The tournament will be held at TPC Harding Park in San Francisco, California. It will begin on Thursday, August 6 and will go through August 9.
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