Whilst much of the spotlight at the US Open last weekend was on the big names contending for the title, there was one other golfer in particular who started to make the headlines – our very own ISO Spaces-sponsored, Rhys Enoch.
Rhys’ debut US Open campaign got off to a tough start, battling illness and opening with a seven-over 78. After bogeying the first hole of his second round, the task of making it to round three was looking even more difficult, until Rhys began his record-breaking and courageous fightback. Picking up five birdies and an eagle, Rhys hit 66 to make the cut – a score that was only beaten by US Open winner, Gary Woodland. What’s more, only Woodland, Justin Rose and Tiger Woods have ever shot lower than Rhys Enoch’s 66 in a US Open at Pebble Beach.
Rhys’ comeback to make the cut captured the imagination of the crowd at Pebble Beach, including ISO Spaces’ founding Directors Ben Treleaven and Gregg Curtis who flew out to California to support Rhys around the course.
Rhys consolidated his position on the Saturday with a par third round, alongside Masters champion, Patrick Reed. A five-over-par final round secured a 71st place finish. Whilst it wasn’t the final round that Rhys had hoped for, the team at ISO Spaces are extremely proud of Rhys’ fantastic tournament and are looking forward to continuing our partnership. Congratulations, Rhys!
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