Teder missed the U.S. Junior Open cut by two strokes
Mistakes at the last seven holes made Richard Teder (Estonian Golf & Country Club) miss the U.S. Junior Open cut by two strokes. When 13 holes of the second round had been played the two-day-score stood at ‒3 and everything seemed under control. Unfortunately, five of the last seven holes brought about mistakes. Even so, a birdie at the last hole would have saved the day and sent Teder on to match play, but sadly the result at the last hole was a bogey. Results
As a reminder: Teder also ended up two strokes away from making it to The Open and from getting a medal at the European Individual Championships.