Puerto Rican golfer Rafael Campos had another day of ups and downs during the third round of the Puerto Rico Open.Campos began the afternoon with a
Puerto Rican golfer Rafael Campos had another day of ups and downs during the third round of the Puerto Rico Open.
Campos began the afternoon with an overall score of -6, however, he faced difficulties on the course at the Grand Reserve Golf Club in Rio Grande and was unable to climb before the final round on Sunday.
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On the second hole he made a birdie to improve to -7, but could not capitalize on the push. He had bogies on the subsequent two holes to drop to -5. Although he added two birdies at 5 and 9, the second half of the course showed no mercy.
Campos bogieed 13th and 14th to end the round at +1 to drop to -5, good for 36th position.
Americans Ryan Brehm and Michael Kim continue to occupy the first two places in the tournament with scores of -15 and -12 respectively. Chad Ramey, Andrew Novak, Tommy Gainey and Max McGreevy are close at -11.