Glover, playing the week after he won the United States Open, had three rounds of 65 and a 71 for his four rounds and finished with a 266 score for the event, good enough for 11th place. The native of Greenville, SC won $138,000 and is now eighth on the PGA Tour money list with over $2.7 million.
Trahan had a final round 65 and finished with a 267 score, good enough
for a tie for 14th. He won $105,000 and improved from 70th to 62nd on
the money list with the performance.
Stanley had a 66 in the final round and finished with a score of 269,
good enough for 19th place. It was the first PGA Tour event for Stanley
as a professional and he won $75,300. Stanley's number 19 finish was
the best ever for a former Clemson golfer in his first PGA Tour event as
a professional, and his $75,300 was the most money won by a former
Clemson golfer in his first Tour event as a pro. The previous best
finish by a former Tiger in his debut tournament was a 36th place finish
by Stephen Poole as last year's PGA event in Greensboro, and Jonathan
Byrd's 36th place finish at a tournament in Virginia in 2000.
"I was very impressed with Kyle Stanley when I played with him last week
at the US Open," said Glover. "He has a bright future and is going to
win a pile of money on this tour."
Charles Warren also made the cut and finished in 51st place with a 275
This was the first tournament this year in which four former Clemson
golfers made the cut.
Glover continues strong run
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