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Cameron Tringale |

Team: PGA Golfer
Age / DOB:  (27) / 8/24/1987
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 185
College: Georgia Tech

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Birthday boy Cameron Tringale carded a 5-under-par 32-34=66 in the final round of The Barclays to post 12-under 272, good for a share of second place with Stuart Appleby and Jason Day.
The trio finished two strokes adrift of champion Hunter Mahan. Tringale, who turned 27 years of age today, played his first 17 holes at Ridgewood Country Club without a blemish, but pushed his tee shot at the par-4 18th into the trees and eventually squared a costly bogey. Of his six birdies, only his 13'2" effort at the par-3 15th fell from outside of 10 feet. His 15 GIR were the best of the Georgia Tech product's week and he ended the tournament inside the top 10 in driving accuracy and strokes gained-putting. His consolations are twofold. First, he's vaults into 10th in the FedExCup standings, so he's virtually certain to qualify for his first TOUR Championship. Second, today's T2 goes in the books as his career-best finish. It betters a solo third at the 2013 Valspar Championship. Aug 24 - 5:26 PM

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Cameron Tringale could only muster a 1-over-par 35-37=72 in the third round of The Barclays, falling out of a share of the lead and into a tie for fourth at 7-under 206.

Tringale never saw red figures, trading bogeys for birdies throughout his round at Ridgewood CC. His first birdie was the highlight, falling from 14'6" on the par-4 sixth hole. Considering he's never won on the PGA TOUR and he was riding shotgun in the final pairing with Adam Scott, the Georgia Tech product's performance wasn't all that bad. He can now play his final round in relative obscurity, but still within two of the lead.
Aug 23 - 5:54 PM

Cameron Tringale backed up his opening 66 at The Barclays with a 3-under-par 35-33=68 in his second round to post 8-under 134, good for outright possession of the 36-hole lead.

Consider he opened bogey-par-double bogey, he has to be feeling pretty good about himself tonight. But he was already feeling at peace entering the tournament after his post-tournament disqualification from the PGA Championship last Saturday. Today at Ridgewood, he split 13 (of 14) fairways and hit 14 greens in regulation. After the early stumbles, Tringale played his final 15 holes in bogey-free 6-under with six birdies. The set featured conversions from 18 feet at the par-4 16th hole and 11'11" at the par-4 seventh. The California native will turn 27 years of age on Sunday and there may not be a better birthday gift than his first PGA TOUR title.
Aug 22 - 5:01 PM

Cameron Tringale posted a 5-under-par 33-33=66 in his opening round of The Barclays, good for the early clubhouse lead.

The narrative today will be that he somehow deserved today's round after turning himself in from what happened at Valhalla. Regardless of where you fall on that, the fact is that he executed time and again at Ridgewood today. Tringale, who arrived slotted 61st in FedExCup points, landed 12 greens in regulation and converted five times for birdie. Four of those par breakers measured between 11 and 18 feet. He also rolled in a birdie from the fringe nine yards away at 7 and saved par from 11'5" at 9. While he went 6-for-6 in scrambling, he three-jacked the green at the par-3 15th from just outside 43 feet.
Aug 21 - 12:31 PM

Cameron Tringale disqualified himself from last week's PGA Championship today after acknowledging that he signed an incorrect scorecard after his final round.

Tringale had originally turned in a 2-under-par 69, but that included a whiff during an attempted tap-in on the 11th hole. "On Sunday, I signed for a bogey 4 on the par-3 11th hole," he said. "While approaching the hole to tap in my three-inch bogey putt, the putter swung over the ball prior to tapping in. Realizing that there could be the slightest doubt that the swing over the ball should have been recorded as a stroke, I spoke with the PGA of America and shared with them my conclusion that the stroke should have been recorded." So, instead of a three-way T33 and $53,000, Tringale is credited with neither. Obviously, this is an unusual situation, so check with your league's provisions on how to address it. He's not competing in the Wyndham Championship, but at 58th in the FedExCup standings, we'll see him during the first two legs of the Playoffs.
Aug 16 - 3:52 PM

Cameron Tringale has been removed from the published field of this week's Barracuda Championship.

As established PGA TOUR members go, Tringale is one of the busiest. This will be just his second two-week break of the year. With 26 starts on the season, only Nicholas Thompson has more with 28. Tringale is not yet officially qualified for the PGA Championship, but he's a virtual shoe-in to get in. He finished 74th on the special points list that concluded with the RBC Canadian Open. The top 70 were automatically exempt, but the PGA of America uses the list in order of finish to fill the field of 156 and establish alternates.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jul 28 - 12:40 PM

Cameron Tringale has been removed from the published field of this week's John Deere Classic.

When he qualified for The Open Championship, you had the sense that he'd make this decision. It's a good one, of course, especially since we don't have to wonder where his focus will be. Look for him again next week at Royal Liverpool.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jul 7 - 4:58 PM

Cameron Tringale spun a 1-under-par 33-36=69 in the final round of The Greenbrier Classic to post 9-under 271, good for a seven-way share of fourth place.

Tringale had a quiet stroll around The Old White TPC, circling two birdies and tapping in 15 pars until a messy three-putt bogey to end his tournament. His 16'11" birdie at the par-4 14th was the highlight. By virtue of his finish, the 26-year-old has qualified for his first Open Championship. The top four inside the top 12 and ties at Greenbrier not otherwise exempt into the major earned exemptions. George McNeill finished alone in second place for the first berth. Whether he accepts remains unknown since his sister died today. Five of the seven at T4 were previously ineligible, so the Official World Golf Ranking was used as the tiebreaker. Chris Stroud (85th) will also make his debut in the major. Tringale ranks 121st, while Billy Hurley III (197th) wrapped up the last tee time available today, shutting out Bud Cauley (295th) and Will Wilcox (331st).
Jul 6 - 5:40 PM

Cameron Tringale conjured up a 6-under-par 30-34=64 in the third round of The Greenbrier Classic to join Michael Thompson and Will Wilcox in the clubhouse lead at 8-under 202.

The Georgia Tech product picked up seven birdies on his lap around The Old White TPC, handing back just one bogey. Four of his birdies were from outside 10 feet, with two falling from longer than 20, so his flat stick told part of the story. He was accurate off the tee, missing just one fairway. He will now wait and see how the late tee times fare.
Jul 5 - 3:04 PM

Cameron Tringale carded a 1-under-par 34-36=70 in his opening round of the Quicken Loans National, finishing three strokes off the clubhouse lead.

Tringale should be refreshed and recharged following a two-week break. Today's effort suggests so at least. He went 5-for-6 in scrambling with a bogey-6 at the ninth hole, the last of his walk around Congressional. He also three-putted the par-4 11th for bogey, but three birdies elsewhere secured the red number. Each of the par breakers disappeared from outside 11 feet, the longest stretching 17'6" at the par-3 13th.
Jun 26 - 12:28 PM

Cameron Tringale turns his attention to Congressional Country Club for this week's Quicken Loans National.

Tringale is 2-for-2 at Congressional, with both visits yielding T44 finishes. His 2014 campaign could be considered a breakout season by many standards. He's already surpassed the $1,000,000 mark, he currently owns more top 25s (6) than missed cuts (5), and is sitting inside the top 60 in the FedExCup standings. Gamers should consider Tringale in any format where picking all top-tier options isn't a possibility.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 24 - 11:58 AM

Cameron Tringale is making his fourth consecutive appearance at this week's Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial.

Tringale has red numbers in just four of his 10 rounds at Colonial, leading to a mediocre 71.00 scoring average. His par 4 birdie or better percentage of 14.68, ranking 137th on TOUR, is very discouraging considering the plethora of par 4s Colonial has to offer. Tringale boasts six top 25s on the season, but gamers can safely hold off for a better week to invest.
Source: PGATOUR.com
May 20 - 12:16 PM

Cameron Tringale enters the RBC Heritage ranked 43rd in the FedExCup standings.

Tringale has an impressive run of 10 consecutive cuts made with all five of his top 25s coming in that stretch, as well. If you want to be a Debbie Downer, feel free to note his scrambling rank of 101st or that he missed the cut in his last Heritage appearance (2011). Don't over-think things, Tringale makes a very solid option this week once you look past the first tier.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Apr 16 - 1:40 PM

Cameron Tringale carded a 1-under-par 36-35=71 in the final round of the Shell Houston Open to finish alone in fourth at 12-under 276.

Tringale had a chance at his first PGA TOUR win, but was unable to convert on the opportunity. It took him a little too long to get things going, trading a birdie for two bogeys over his first 12 holes before finally mounting a charge with three birdies in a four-hole span beginning with the par-5 13th. He ended his day with a bogey at the par-4 18th, but he would have needed an eagle to join Matt Kuchar and Matt Jones in a playoff. While he landed 15 GIR in the finale, it was the putter that was the key to his week. He finished ninth in strokes gained and seventh in putting average.
Apr 6 - 3:50 PM

Cameron Tringale posted a 3-under-par 33-36=69 in the third round of the Shell Houston Open to claim the clubhouse lead at 11-under 205.

The Georgia Tech product picked up six birdies on his romp around Golf Club of Houston, but handed back a trio of bogeys throughout the day. He landed just 11 GIR, but gained over three strokes with the flat stick. He has yet to win on the PGA TOUR, but will trail only Matt Kuchar entering Sunday's finale. Should Tringale break through, he would be the third first-time winner in as many weeks. Matt Every started the party with his win at Bay Hill, while Steven Bowditch continued the trend in San Antonio last week.
Apr 5 - 3:39 PM