August 29 2010
Andres Romero has birdied four of his last five holes – and the flurry appears to have paid off with a trip to Boston.
The Argentine rallied in a big way after making consecutive double bogeys at Nos. 12 and 13 before the birdie barrage began.
Romero shook off the frustration, though, when he staked his approach to 13 inches at No. 14. He then made an 11-footer at No. 15, chipped in at the 17th and drained a 42-inch putt at the 18th hole.
When he finished, Romero had moved 15 spots to No. 100 in the FedExCup, which is the cutoff of the Deutsche Bank Championship.