Kelly Kraft’s experience at the 2012 Masters was a mixture of good and bad as the Denton Ryan graduate saw the best of what Augusta National Golf Club could offer and also experienced the worst it offers.
After scrambling through the first two rounds to make the cut at 5-over par, Kraft found the weekend rounds to be much tougher as he was 15 over for those rounds.
Sunday morning, Kraft quickly got into trouble as he bogeyed the par-4 first. It looked as if Kraft had found his game after a par and birdie on the next two holes, but that wasn’t the case. Over the next four holes Kraft had three bogies and a double bogey and was 5 over for the day.
Kraft, who plans to turn professional this week, then righted the ship over the next eight holes, playing them at 1 under. But a bogey on 16, followed by a double-bogey on 18, ended his day with an 8-over 80 and a four-round total of 18-over 306.