Choi Stumble’s In Indonesian PGA Championship

Japanese PGA Tour Player, Jay Choi’s, 2011 debut was not what he was expecting. Jay opened his season at the Indonesian PGA Championship in Jakarta. Unfortunately, Jay missed the cut by one shot. Going into the 18th hole, Jay was on the cut line that was -1. He made bogey on 18 and failed to make the cut. The 18th hole is a par 5 and one mistake that tour players really do not like to make is a bogey on a par 5. That bogey ended his effort in Jakarta.

Rory Hie, former USC All-American seems to have his game back after several years of being in a severe slump. Rory is in 3rd place after the second round at -8, 3 shots off the lead of Matthew Millar who is at -11. It is good to see that Rory is getting back into his “groove”.

David Oh, another USC graduate made the cut at -3 and is off to a good start in 2011. Jay is currently being instructed by George Pinnell and Rory and David were long time students of Pinnell.

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