Staying mostly on-par during three of four rounds at the AT&T National resulted in Graham DeLaet in a tie for 33rd.
Staying mostly on-par during three of four rounds at the AT&T National resulted in Graham DeLaet in a tie for 33rd. Sharing the field with world renowned golfer Tiger Woods, DeLaet scored a higher rank than Woods, finishing at 282, two-over-par for the tournament.In his first round, DeLaet shot four birdies and four bogies to score 70, at-par for the course. DeLaet was able to perform stronger in the second round, scoring four birdies and three bogies to score a 69, one-under-par. With his two-round score at one-under-par, DeLaet had no difficulties making the cut set at three-over-par.DeLaet ran into bogey difficulties during round three, with mostly at-pars during the round DeLaet had four bogies and only one birdie. This ended the round for DeLaet at 73, three-over-par.In the fourth and final round, DeLaet shot four birdies and four bogies to score a 70, at-par.To date, Graham has competed in 19 events on the Professional Golf Association tour, and has made the cut at nine events. For his 2010 season, DeLaet has earned $545,853 and sits at 101st on the FedExCup.One accomplishment of note is that Graham has achieved a high ranking in the PGA tour driving distance standings. He currently sits in sixth, with an average of 303.3 yards in 52 rounds. His highest driving accuracy was recently hit at the Memorial Tournament where DeLaet had an accuracy of 82.14 per cent, despite not making the cut in the tournament.According to DeLaets 2010 stats, he has a front nine scoring average of 35.06 per cent and a back nine scoring average of 35.42 per cent. DeLaet is sitting at 23rd in the PGA in regards to hitting the green in regulation, with a 68.24 per cent, scoring 565 green hits in 828 holes.His lowest round scored during his PGA tour has been a 66. DeLaet is strong when it comes to scrambling back from less than 30 yards, ranked 31st in the Tour; and is strong in putting from less than 25 inches, ranked 39th in the Tour.DeLaet shot one of his longest drives at the AT&T National, at 347 yards. This was one yard short of his longest distance on the PGA Tour, taken at his first event, the Sony Open.The next event on the PGA tour for DeLaet will be the John Deere Classic. This will be held July 8 to 11 in Illinois. Following that will be the Reno-Tahoe Open, which will take place in Reno, Nevada from July 15-18.