How can you score a 74 on a par-4 with a 13? Chris Crisologo signed for a 3-over round at the Korn Ferry Tour Qualifying Tournament.
Crisologo said that he did not putt 12 for 12. This confirms that you can still keep a sense of humor despite dropping nine strokes on a hole.
Crisologo was playing on the Marshwood Course at Landings Club before he reached the 13 th hole. To climb up the leaderboard and earn full KFT status for the first time, he had made two birdies and an eagle in his first five holes.
Crisologo, a 26 year-old Canadian, with career earnings of $17.709 on Mackenzie Tour, hit four shots into the penalty zone at 13. He began with driver and backed down to 3-iron, but he kept finding water on the left side. He finally put the ball in play using a 4-iron.
Crisologo cracked, “Push-blocked this one into the middle”
Crisologo was able to bounce back with two birdies in the final five holes. He didn’t do worse than par except for 13 on 13.
Crisologo is a PGA Tour veteran, having made the cut at this year’s RBC Canadian Open.
Crisologo has good news: there are still two rounds and his 74 did not seal his fate. The field consisted of 147 players, with Nos. The first eight events will be played by the 11-40 players (and ties). He has already been granted conditional status and will be seated in the order he finishes.
Crisologo stated, “I’m fortunate there are two more day,” “One of the caddies best said it: It’s better to have it today than it is Monday.”