CARNOUSTIE, Scotland (July 22, 2018) – Former ETSU All-American Rhys Enoch concluded play at the 147th Open Championship on Sunday at Carnoustie.
After making the cut on the number Friday afternoon, Enoch carded rounds of 70 and 76 in the final two rounds on the weekend en route to finishing tied for 67th at 7-over-par 291 (74-71-70-76).
Enoch, playing in the second Open Championship of his career, became the first Buccaneer to make a cut at a major since 2010 when Rhys Davies accomplished the feat at the 2010 PGA Championship.
Francesco Molinari fired a 2-under 69 on Sunday to capture his first major after finishing at 8-under-par 276.
Three of the top five ranked players in the world missed the cut, including top-ranked Dustin Johnson, No. 2 Justin Thomas and No. 5 Jon Rahm.
Enoch made his debut at the Open Championship in 2014 at Royal Liverpool.
Enoch played for ETSU from 2007-2012 and earned an individual berth to the NCAA Championship in 2010 after sharing medalist honors in the NCAA Regional. Enoch was the 2008 Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year, along with being a 2010 PING All-American and four-time all-conference performer.
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