Oh, what could've been. He gets the B for being under par, but 15 GIRs and 32 putts? He's the kid who isn't scared, remember? I will give him credit for staying relatively positive through a trying day on the greens, but no excuses tomorrow. It's time for him to take his place as the new young face of the PGA Tour. He needs a 68 or better with the same stats or I'll have to drop him a grade.
Kevin Stadler World Ranking: No. 60 | Score: 70
I can't imagine the thoughts that must have been going through his head last night after having just played the Par 3 Contest with his dad, Craig (which isn't sunshine and rainbows). Making four birdies against two bogeys showed a laudable resolve. Friday may be a tougher day for him as the adrenalin reserve from Day 1 won't be there. Still, he can do something this year his father won't: play the weekend.