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The Tour Report

July 23 2010

1:19 PM

Bohn back near top

Jason Bohn has now played 30 holes at St. George’s and so far he has just one bogey. More importantly, he has nine birdies, including four here in the second round. He also hasn’t missed a green in regulation on any of his 12 holes today, which would help explain why he’s just one shot back of Brent Delahaussaye at the moment.

Bohn, you might remember, won in New Orleans earlier this season with birdies on three of his last four holes en route to a final-round 67 and a two-stroke victory that he called “life changing” at the time.

So what would that make this week should he win again? Pretty special, especially when you take into account all the various injuries Bohn has had over the years. -- Brian Wacker