Jordan Joins The Advocates Tour
Updated: Aug 21, 2019
MCKINNEY, TEXAS - Jordan finished his second professional golf event and competed on the Advocates Professional Golf Tour for the first time in Dallas, Texas. The event took place at TPC Craig Ranch, a two time host of the Tour Championship on the Web.com Tour. Jordan's inexperience showed as he was frustrated by near misses and poor iron play shooting a first round 77. However, Jordan knows golf is a game of patience and staying in the moment. Jordan only hit nine greens in the first round and thus was scrambling all day. Jordan was able to apply lessons learned from the first round to his second round to improve his score by four strokes. J.Bo’s final round 73 featured four birdies, 2 coming on the last 2 holes, a 328 yard drive, and some beautifully played iron shots in windier conditions compared to the first round of competition. Veteran PGA performers Tim O'Neal and Wyatt Worthington were among the participants and their veteran experience was observed by Jordan on their last few holes.
Jordan has now played his first 54 holes as a professional without a three putt and looks to dial in his irons and wedges to take his scoring average down and his name up on the leaderboard in upcoming events. Jordan plans to compete in the Michigan Players Tour event at Pheasant Run Golf Club in Canton, Michigan on August 11th before traveling to Southern California for 2 Advocates Tour Events later in August. This level of golf demands a work ethic that Jordan is committed to EVERY DAY; and he understands that it is a journey not, a destination.