Kelly Shoots 69 in Third Round at Hope ClassicJanuary 24th, 2009 by cstark
Troy Kelly shot a 69, his best round of the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, but the PGA tour rookie still has a lot of work today. Here’s the lowdown.
How PGA Tour rookie Troy Kelly, who grew up in the area and played golf at Central Kitsap and the University of Washington, fared during Friday’s third round of the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, which is being played on four courses in the Palm Springs area:
Score: 3-under 69 on Silver Rock course.
Where he stands: At 4-under, tied for 113th among 128 players (low 70 and ties after the fourth round advance to the fifth round on Sunday).
Recap: Kelly had a mistake-free round with three birdies and 15 pars, but he hasn’t been able to post the low numbers many of his colleagues have this week. Leader Pat Perez is at 25-under, while 85 golfers are at 10-under or better.
Today’s tee time: 10:45 a.m. off the Bermuda Dunes No. 10 tee. work to do if he’s going to survive the cut after today’s fourth round.