Scott Piercy, the 40-year-old, made 51 pars and 21 birdies at Trinity Forest this week which equates to 72 holes. This means that Piercy went four rounds without a bogey.
He was two strokes short of Sung Kang at the AT&T Byron Nelson. He congratulated Sung Kang for playing great without bogeys, but he said that there’s always somebody who is still a little bit better sometimes.
It was an outstanding accomplishment for Piercy because, since 2010, when Charles Howell III accomplished the feat at the Greenbrier, there has not been another player who has gone Bogey-free in a PGA Tour. Unfortunately, the Chucky Three Sticks went home without a trophy, overshadowed by Stuart Appleby’s final round 59 to win the tournament.
Piercy has nine top-25 finishes and ranking 17th in the FedEx Cup standings heading into Bethpage. He was excited to go 72 holes without a bogey as it was his first time.