Struggling Clapp misses cut at Sycrude Boreal Open

Chilliwack's Brad Clapp missed the cut in his latest PGA Tour Canada stop, leaving early at a tourney in Fort McMurray, Alberta.

Chilliwack’s Brad Clapp struggled in his third PGA Tour Canada tournament, missing the cut at the Syncrude Boreal Open.

The tourney was held last weekend in Fort McMurray, AB.

Clapp had an up-and-down opening round that included birdies on the fifth, eighth, 10th and 16th holes.

But he bogied the second, sixth and ninth holes and had a disastrous 15th, carding a six on the par three hole.

Clapp finished round one with a two-over-par 74 and his struggles worsened on day two.

Clapp bogied five of the first nine holes, ending the day with a five-over-par 77.

His two day total of 151 was well off the cut-line of 143, leaving him on the outside for rounds three and four.

American Joel Dahmen won the tournament and the $27,000 first place prize.

The next tour stop is the SIGA Dakota Dunes Open, running July 3-6 at the Dakota Dunes Golf Links in Saskatoon.

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