Daniel Augustus misses cut in Iowa
Daniel Augustus failed to make the cut at the Waterloo Open in Iowa, despite two under-par rounds of 69 and 70 on the weekend.
Augustus shot four birdies and a bogey on Friday and then carded an eagle three on the par-five 3rd hole before finishing with four birdies and four bogeys in his two-under-par 70. Augustus, whose residence is Kissimmee, Florida, missed the cut by three strokes as scores of 136 or lower enabled the players to advance to the final round on Sunday.
The tournament, which hosts nearly 400 amateur and professional players from around the world every year, was won by Michael Visacki, from Sarasota, Florida with a three-round score of 193 after rounds of 62, 64 and 67.
Visacki finished one stroke ahead of Justin Hueber, from Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida (67-65-62) and two ahead of Brady Calkins, from Chehalis, Washington, after he had roundd of 66, 65 and 64 for a three-day total of 195.