Written by
Bryan Mullen, LIV Golf Correspondent
May 06 2024
- 3 MIN
HyFlyers Team Recap Singapore image

Trends are beginning to emerge at the midway point of the LIV Golf season, and the one for HyFlyers Golf Club is positive.

One week after finishing a season-best third at Adelaide, the team grinded out a T-8 finish at LIV Golf Singapore to post back-to-back top-10 finishes for the first time this season. HyFlyers GC currently stands 11th in the season-long team standings, but unlike the other clubs near the bottom, the team has seen plenty of positives in recent weeks and a big jump after the next handful of events would not be surprising.

One week after recording a podium finish, HyFlyers GC came out strong in Singapore and was only four shots off the lead after Round 1. Unable to make a leap on Saturday, the team was steady and held its ground, setting up for a potential final-round run. Firing at flags and clicking, HyFlyers GC combined to shoot a more-than-respectable 8-under par as a team on Sunday to tie 4Aces Golf Club for eighth.

Captain Phil Mickelson and Cameron Tringale led the way for most of the week. It was a slow start for the captain after a 1-over 72, but the six-time major champion bounced back on the weekend with rounds of 3-under 68 and 4-under 67 to finish T-22. It was Mickelson’s best finish since a T-6 at LIV Golf Jeddah four events ago.

Tringale continues to provide consistent low scoring as his teammates once again leaned on him. He finished T-14 and was at his best during the first two rounds when he shot 5-under 66 and 3-under 68. Tringale was eyeing a top-10 showing entering the final round but he couldn’t quite get it going and posted an even-par 71 on Sunday.

Brendan Steele was coming off his first individual victory at Adelaide so a bit of a hangover was understandable. Still, Steele opened with a 3-under 68 before up-and-down rounds on the weekend to finish even par for the week.

Coming off a stellar T-3 finish at Adelaide, Andy Ogletree couldn’t quite replicate the effort in Singapore. An opening round of 6-over 77 derailed his chances but he rebounded well on the weekend, including a final-round 4-under 67 when all four scores counted. In fact, Ogletree tied Mickelson on Sunday for the team’s lowest score.

The team will get back to it in early June at LIV Golf Houston as the second half of the season begins.