It’s Over: Kelly Even Par on Final Day

Troy Kelly shot an even par 70 in the fourth and final round of the Sony Open in Honolulu on Sunday. He’s currently 65th (71-66-75-70–282), but could move up a few spots, depending how the guys out on the course play today.

I’m sure he was hoping for a better finish, especially after putting himself in contention to make some serious cash after shooting his second-round 66 on Friday. But it’s still a successful debut for the PGA Tour rookie. He survived the cut and will get his first PGA paycheck (still to be determined) and has to have a good feeling about next week’s Bob Hope Classic in La Quinta, Calif., his new hometown.

We’ll try to run Troy down later today and get his reaction to how the week went.

Here’s a statistical breakdown of his four rounds, courtesy of PGATour.com.

STATS Rnd1 Rnd2 Rnd3 Rnd4 TOT RANK*
EAGLES 1 1 T7
BIRDIES 4 5 2 2 13 T10
PARS 9 12 9 11 41 T35
BOGEYS 5 1 7 4 17 T1
DOUBLE BOGEYS 0 N/A
OTHER 0 N/A
DRIVING ACCURACY 36 21 21 64 35.7 T75
DRIVING DISTANCE 308.0 285.0 296.0 302.0 297.8 8
PUTTS PER ROUND 31 30 29 27 29.3 T69
PUTTS PER GIR 1.818 1.688 1.714 1.667 1.721 11
GREENS IN REG 61 89 39 50 59.7 T60
SAND SAVES 100 100 33 43 53.8 41
* Ranks are computed at the end of each round

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