Andrade, Quigley Finish Tied for 5th at Mitsubishi Electric Classic
Another case of Rhode Islanders sticking together?
Brett Quigley and Billy Andrade finished in a tie for fifth place at the Mitsubishi Electric Classic on Sunday in Georgia.
Quigley and Andrade both finished at seven-under par for the tournament, four shots back of winner Dicky Pride.
Doug Barron joined the Rhode Islanders in fifth as well.
For Andrade, the fifth place finish might be underwhelming considering that he started the day just one shot off the lead and in the final pairing.
After an opening birdie, he could not get anything to go the rest of the round.
He made the turn at one-under and remained that way until a bogey on the last hole dropped him to even par for the day.
Quigley Makes Run
Quigley started the day four shots back of the lead, and finished that way.
However, not before making a final round run.
Quigley opened with a bogey on the second hole, before birding four, six and nine to make the turn at two-under par.
A bogey on twelve set him back briefly as Quigley would birdie 13, 16 and 17 to finish at four under for the day.