Join the conversation:

Jhonattan Vegas saves fourth consecutive cut on the PGA Tour

Jhonattan Vegas saves fourth consecutive cut on the PGA Tour

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on February 15, 2014

Venezuelan golfer Jhonattan Vegas showed another strong act in the PGA Tour, confirming that gradually reconnects with his game after undergoing shoulder surgery last year.

This Friday, Vegas played for 69 (two under par on the course) in the second round of the Northern Trust Open, PGA tournament which takes place at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades, California.

After this action, the Monagas native completed 139 shots to comfortably beat the cut for the tournament on stars such as Angel Cabrera, Bubba Watson, Ernie Els, KJ Choi, Vijay Singh, Ian Poulter and Justin Rose.

This season, Vegas has taken part in four tournaments of the world's most demanding golf circuit and could classify all the finals, beating without any problem the fearsome cut line.

So far, the Venezuelan has gone through the cut at the Humana Challenge tournament, Farmers Insurance Open, Waste Management Phoenix Open, and now the Northern Trust Open.

Currently he is ranked 23 of the Northern Trust Open’s table, which classed 142 frontline professionals.

The leader of the tournament is the South Korean Sang -Moon Bae, who accumulates 133 shots after the first two rounds.

Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas starts today the third day of the event at 2:30 pm (Venezuelan time).

Link To Full Article: 

Facebook comments



Monthly newsletter featuring articles hand picked by our country managers from the best content across PanamericanWorld.



Monthly newsletter featuring articles hand picked by our country managers from the best content across the Caribbean Region on PanamericanWorld.

PANAMERICANWORLD COUNTRIES