MANILA, Philippines - Filipino golfer Miguel Tabuena fired a two-over 73 for round 3 on Saturday, August 14 (Sunday Manila time) to fall further out of contention as golf continues at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Tabuena, 21, entered the penultimate day of golf competition at 6-over after two rounds and wasn't able to sink enough birdies (3 on 5, 10 and 11) to compensate for the 5 bogeys, include 3 of the first 4 holes. He was at +8 at the time of this article's publication, good enough for 56th place out of 60. He is now 19 shots behind Great Britain's Justin Rose, who is in first place at 11-under.
Tabuena had been experiencing pain in his right shoulder, he said after the second round. – Rappler.com