Jordan finished the Advocates Tour regular season with some of his best finishes of the year. In Mid July, Jordan traveled to the quad cities for the first time to compete in the penultimate event of the season at TPC Deere Run. TPC Deere Run is one of the highest rated courses in Illinois and the annual host of the John Deere Classic on the PGA Tour. In the field of 57 players, Jordan tied for 12th. A couple of weeks later, Jordan traveled to Atlanta for the APGA Tour Championship. The event took place at TPC Sugarloaf, a venue that's hosted events on both the PGA and Champions Tours. Jordan was able to crack the top ten for the first time on the Advocates Tour this season and finished the event under par. With his performance at the Tour Championship, Jordan has now finished in the top 20 at his last four tournaments going back to the Advocates event at Valhalla.
The Advocates Tour has now announced there will be a fall series of tournaments starting with an event in Philadelphia in September. The fall series will include events in Atlanta and Los Angeles, as well. Jordan heads into the fall series with improved form. After a brief break, Jordan has three events scheduled in the month of September. He looks to remain in form and continue to put himself near the top of the leaderboard whenever he tees it up.
In addition, Jordan was featured in Season 2 of NCCU Athletics series called, "Where Are They Now". During the interview Jordan talked about the current season as well as some memories from his college career. We've included the link to the full interview below. You can also view the interview in its entirety by clicking video at the top of the page. Make sure you are subscribed to be updated on everything related to Jordan's golf career.
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