Pannone, Baldwin Miss Cut at U.S. Open Qualifier
Rhode Island’s Jon Pannone and John Baldwin missed the cut at Monday’s U.S. Open Qualifier at Eastward Ho in Massachusetts.
Baldwin posted a five-over par 76 on the day, while Pannone posted a six-over par 77.
The five players who made the cut ranged from three-under to one-over par. Of those players, three of them finished even for the day.
There is another local qualifier coming up at Ledgemont later this month.
Starting on the back nine, Baldwin bogeyed three of his first five holes to move to three-over on the day.
He then doubled the 18th hole to make the turn at five over.
On his second nine, Baldwin parred the first four holes before dropping a birdie putt on the par-5 fifth hole.
He gave it right back with a bogey on six before parring in the rest of the way.
Like Baldwin, Pannone also started on the back nine for the tournament.
He bogeyed two of his first four holes, before birding the par-3 14th hole.
The Warwick native then went bogey, double on 16 and 17 to make the turn at four over par.
On his second nine, Pannone birdied the second and fourth holes before tripling the sixth hole and doubling the ninth to finish six over par.