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The Tour Report

July 3 2011

3:07 PM

Cantlay finishes on high note

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Patrick Cantlay closed with a 3-under 67 Sunday at Aronimink.

NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. -- Amateur Patrick Cantlay had another good week in what will likely be his last PGA TOUR event, at least for a while anyway.

The 19-year-old amateur closed with a 3-under 67 Sunday to finish his week at the AT&T National at 3 under.

Twice Cantlay broke par this week -- he shot a 69 Friday -- and only once did he go over par.

This was Cantlay’s fifth straight week of playing after participating in the NCAA Championships, Palmer Cup, U.S. Open and the Travelers Championship, where he set a course record with a 60 in the second round.

Cantlay will now get to go home, but he won’t rest for long. The Southern California Amateur starts later this week and then he’ll play the Western Amateur a couple weeks after that before the Walker Cup, eventually going back to UCLA at the end of September for the fall semester.