DeLaet ties fifth at Safeway Open

Graham DeLaet started the 2018 PGA Tour season with a strong showing, after tying fifth at the Safeway Open.
During the first round, DeLaet started on the back nine. He shot back-to-back birdies on holes 10, 11 and 12, followed by back-to-back bogeys on holes 14 and 15. He finished the back nine with birdies on holes 16 and 18. On the front nine, DeLaet shot a birdie on hole five and a bogey on hole nine. He finished the day with a score of 72, three under par.
During the second round, DeLaet had another strong day, with six birdies shot during the round, and only one bogey. He captured birdies on holes two, eight, nine and 13, 16 and 18. His score for the second round was 67, five under par. Back on the course for the third round, DeLaet shot birdies on holes one, eight, 10 and 12, and only had one bogey. His score on Saturday was 69, three under par. In the fourth and final round, DeLaet had back-to-back bogeys on holes three and four, but balanced that out with birdies on holes five and 14. He finished the tournament with an even score of 72 which secured him a tie for fifth place.
DeLaet is currently competing at the CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur, which started on Thursday, and will run until Sunday, October 15. Upcoming on his schedule is the CJ Cup, which will be held in Korea from October 19 to 22. Then DeLaet will compete in the World Golf Championships — HSBC Champions, which runs from October 26 to 29 in China.

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