Both golfers will play in Atlanta at East Lake for the last stage of the cup. Through last weekend’s BMW Championship in the Playoffs, John Senden is in 29th place. Robert Garrigus sits at 20th after finishing T-5th with Tiger Woods.
Garrigus fit, trim and playing well early at John Deere.
John Senden put forth a great effort over the weekend at the US Open at the Olympic Club in San Francisco. After starting Sunday’s play near the top of the field and getting as close as three shots from the lead in the middle of the course, he finished the tough competition tied for 10th. That position guarantees him a spot in next year’s Open. Congratulations John!
Robert Garrigus and John Senden both qualified to play at Augusta. We wish both of them luck this weekend!
For Round 1 on Thursday, tee time for Garrigus is 8:01 am, and Senden is 12:25 pm.
Check out what Golfweek just wrote about Senden and his chances to go all the way.
Congrats to Robert Garrigus, as he tied for second after a four-man playoff at the Transitions Championship in Tampa at Innisbrook. The playoff included U.S. Open champion Jim Furyk, Asian Tour Champion Sang-Moon Bae, and former and current number 1 in the world Luke Donald. Robert shot a seven under 64 on Sunday, but succumbed to Donald on the first playoff hole.
Robert Garrigus and John Senden will both be competing at the PGA Tour’s Northern Trust Open, which runs February 16th - 19th. We wish them luck as they tee it off at the Riviera Country Club, Pacific Palisades in California.
Queensland’s John Senden began the Australian Open’s final day at 12-under-par, finished the day at an even-par 72, and grabbed second place.
Tiger Woods fell six strokes off the pace while Queensland’s John Senden took the third-round lead at the Australian Open on Saturday. Senden posted a 12-under 204 total.