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Aaron Rodgers finishes strong in Lake Tahoe golf tournament

Packers quarterback comes in 21st at American Century Championship


GREEN BAY – Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers shot a 76 on Sunday in the final round of the American Century Championship at Edgewood Golf Club in South Lake Tahoe, Nev., finishing the celebrity golf tournament in 21st place.

Rodgers, who has played in the 90-competitor tournament each year since 2005, finished the 54-hole event with 35 points, shooting 82-79-76.

The tournament utilizes a modified Stableford format, rewarding players six points for an eagle, three for a birdie, one for a par, and minus-two for double bogeys or worse.

Rodgers has previously enjoyed strong showings in the ACC:

  • 2018: 18th
  • 2017: Eighth
  • 2016: 32nd
  • 2015: 27th
  • 2014: 27th
  • 2013: T-22nd
  • 2012: T-35th
  • 2011: T-39th
  • 2010: T-43rd
  • 2009: 46th
  • 2008: 43rd
  • 2007: T-47th
  • 2006: T-32nd
  • 2005: T-58th

Rodgers was paired with former teammates Jordy Nelson and A.J. Hawk on Friday, Justin Timberlake and Steph Curry on Saturday, and Justin Timberlake and Larry Fitzgerald in Sunday's final round.

Packers alumni experienced mixed results in the tournament. Former wide receiver Sterling Sharpe finished 25th (26 points, 85-75-79), Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson (and former Packers backup QB) finished T-30th (20 points, 82-78-85), quarterback Jim McMahon finished T-52nd (0 points, 86-84-89), Hawk finished T-64th (minus-20 points, 89-94-90), Nelson finished T-74th (minus-30 points, 95-90-93), and cornerback/safety Charles Woodson finished T-85th (minus-56 points, 96-96-102).

Former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo won the tournament for the second consecutive year, scoring 71 points (70-70-74).