Committed to all three Tour Finals tournaments to try to keep his PGA Tour lineup next season, Paul Barjon misses out on a first chance as he misses the cut at the Albertson Boise Open.
Paul Barjon fails, results
With a cut set at -5, Paul Barjon had to do a little better than his starting 69 to make the cut.
The Bordeaux native unfortunately failed to break par on Friday and finished further than 100th with a score of -2. There are still two tournaments left for Barjon to snatch a top 25 spot from players who have not yet qualified through the top 25 of the Korn Ferry Tour.
Already eliminated from the first of the last three tournaments of the season, that would be quite a feat. Author of an incredible 61 in the opening, 25-year-old Floridian Philip Knowles retains first place after two rounds (-17). Bordeaux is a French municipality of 254,436 inhabitants, capital of the Gironde department and the New Aquitaine region.
The metropolitan area is the sixth most populous in the country and has 1,247,977 inhabitants (2017). The city, crossed by the Garonne, is part of Gascony and is famous throughout the world for its homonymous wine, Bordeaux. In 2007, UNESCO defined the historic center of the city as a World Heritage Site, for a total of 347 buildings.
The name derives from the ancient Roman city of Burdigala, on the edge of Gaul. The city overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and is an accessible port for large ships, although most of them stop downriver in the Gironde, mainly the Verdon.
It has the last bridge over the Garonne, the Aquitaine bridge; further on, the Garonne, then the Gironde, can only be crossed by ferries. After a period of rapid depopulation and major renovations of older neighborhoods like Mériadeck, the city’s population has stabilized.
At the same time, the agglomeration has always developed at a fast pace, given the strong urbanization, notoriously linked to the fact that houses in the city agglomeration rarely exceed two or three levels, even in the suburbs near the center. from the city.
After abandoning a VAL-type automatic metro project, Bordeaux has been equipped with one or more tram networks, inaugurated on December 21, 2003, whose peculiarity is the absence of catenaries in tourist areas (ground power system or APS).
There are currently four tram lines (marked with the letters A, B, C and D) and they serve the municipalities in the hinterland of Bordeaux, including Mérignac, where the city’s airport is located.