Cameron Champ Lives So Under Par, He Forgets What It Is

Cameron Champ Wins the Sanderson Farms Championship
Cameron Champ during the final round of the 2018 Sanderson Farm Championship at the CC of Jackson (MS) on October 27, 2018. Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images.

Cameron Champ fired a 9-under par 62 in the second round of the Mayakoba Golf Classic to move into solo second-place behind Matt Kuchar, and afterwards the 23-year old burgeoning star let the golf world know he’s, well, 23 years old.

Said Champ, when asked about his performance, “Honestly, I forgot what par was, to be honest. But like I said, I was just flowing, I just kind of felt in the zone, and I was just trying to execute each shot at a time.

“Today, everything was just on. I think I missed one green, my last hole, so I think if I just kind of focus on that the next two days.”

Which gives new meaning to the PGA Tour’s “Live Under Par” marketing campaign.

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