Clapp looks for bounce-back at Players Cup

After missing the cut in two straight PGA Tour Canada events, Chilliwack golfer Brad Clapp tries to turn things around in Winnipeg.

Chilliwack’s Brad Clapp missed the cut at the latest PGA Tour Canada stop, bowing out after two rounds of the SIGA Dakota Dunes Open.

Teeing off at the Dakota Dunes Golf Links in Saskatoon, Clapp struggled to a seven-over-par 79 in the first round.

Clapp carded bogeys on four of the first nine holes, but the killer was the 12th, with Clapp taking seven shots to clear a par-four hole.

He rebounded with birdies on the 13th and 19th holes, but faced a steep uphill climb heading into the second round.

Clapp played well on the opening nine, recording three birdies.

But he struggled down the stretch with bogeys on the 11th, 14th and 17th holes, and a double bogey on the 16th.

The cut-line was 143.

Clapp missed it by 10 strokes.

Since finishing in the top 10 at the PGA Tour Canada opener at Point Grey, Clapp’s game has slipped.

He’s missed the cut in two straight events and looks to right the ship at The Players Cup, a tourney that started Thursday and continues through Sunday at Winnipeg’s Pine Ridge Golf Course.

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