After mistakes piled up against him in his PGA Tour debut, Caleb Surratt pushed back
By Jim McCabe -- PowerFades.com
Difficult as it is to take your eyes off vistas of turquoise waters when you stand high upon Port Royal Golf Course on the south end of this idyllic island, sometimes your gaze is pulled elsewhere and you follow your radar in another direction.
Specifically, last Saturday there was the image of a teenager named Caleb Surratt walking from the 18th green to the first tee midway through his third round of the Butterfield Bermuda Championship. His face looked frozen with shock.
For good reason, it was quickly learned. Less than 90 minutes prior, on his fifth hole of the morning, Surratt had taken 12 strokes to play the par-4 14th.
Exactly 24 hours later, the inner radar had again pushed toward that same walk, only now it was to watch Surratt draw an end to his PGA Tour debut with an eagle at the par-5 17th and a birdie at 18, getting him to 6-under 65 for the day. There was something comforting to see that the face was no longer frozen in shock.
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