More Positives for Jordan in Atlanta
Updated: Jul 10
MILTON, GEORGIA - The 2019 APGA Tour season came to a close at White Columns Country Club in the suburbs of Atlanta. The Tom Fazio design has been consistently one of the highest rated courses in the Atlanta area. Competing in the humid Georgia heat, Jordan got off to a hot start in the first round. After an early bogey on the third hole Jordan recorded three birdies in a row to post a two under 34 on his front nine. Jordan would card a 1 under par 71 in the first round. Storms caused several trees to fall on the golf course over night causing an hour delay to the final round. The front nine was deemed unplayable due to a tree blocking the path from one hole to another meaning the back nine would be played twice. Jordan's second round saw him par the first 10 holes of the day before dropping three strokes on holes 11 and 12. Jordan would respond in playing the final six holes three under par to salvage an even par 72 for the day and finish the event at one under par. He would finish in a tie for 14th, seven strokes behind the event winner and Michigan native Willie Mack III. This marks the second event in a row Jordan has finished under par and continues to play solid golf. However, Jordan knows he must improve to get into contention more often at events.
Jordan returns to Michigan to prepare for the off season and determine his next moves. The off season will be vital to make necessary improvements before the 2020 season. You can find Jordan's scorecards below.