2012 Barclays: Back-To-Back Bogeys, Double Bogey Cost Jeff Maggert

With a two-under par performance in round one of the 2012 Barclays on Thursday, Missouri-native Jeff Maggert was in contention and tied for the No. 26 spot on the leaderboard. However, a terrible showing on three of the first four holes of the back nine caused Maggart to tumble considerably down the leaderboard.

With two birdies and a bogey on the front nine, Maggert's score was down to three-under par before back-to-back bogeys on holes 10 and 11 to start the back nine. After a par on 12, things got worse for Maggert as he struggled considerably on the 608-yard par-five hole 13, earning a double bogey.

While Maggert birdied hole 15, the damage had been done and he tumbled to a tie for the No. 59 spot on the leaderboard. With three holes to play in round two, Maggert is even on the tournament and seven strokes behind Padraig Harrington and Vijay Singh, who are tied for the tournament lead.

A complete leaderboard for The Barclays can be found over at Golf.com.

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