Rob Hernandez

rob@killarneygolfmedia.com

Bio

Rob started covering the state's golf scene in 1987 at the Wisconsin State Journal in Madison. He joined Killarney Golf Media in 2015 and helped develop Wisconsin.Golf's extensive coverage of junior, high school, college, amateur and pro golf.

Jerry Kelly held onto the No. 5 spot in the final Charles Schwab Cup standings with his T-24 finish, his 25th top-25 showing during the 2020-21 wrap-around season. It took him five starts in 2020 to record his first top-10 finish and he finished outside of the top 10 in each of his final five starts. "I did a lot of good things in between," he said. "But now I've got to do what I always do and reassess and start working (toward 2022) in about two days."

PHOENIX — Carol Kelly is the one who once said that nobody has more fun being miserable than her husband, PGA Tour Champions golfer Jerry Kelly. She is also the one who made sure Jerry Kelly didn't go there Saturday. Three weeks removed from surgery to remove a cancerous right kidney,  Carol Kelly returned to her husband's gallery for nine holes during the third round of the Charles Schwab Cup Championship. 

Jerry Kelly has become quite good at taking what he can get from the venerable Phoenix CC layout. For the second day in a row, he birdied the 18th hole to shoot a 4-under-par 67 and, this time, it moved him into a tie for sixth place at 8-under 134 and five strokes behind leader Kirk Triplett (65-64) with 36 holes remaining in the 72-hole finale on the PGA Tour Champions schedule.

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