Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel held his own at the American Century Championship golf tournament this past weekend.
The results are in for the American Century Championship golf tournament, and Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel finished 50th, while Tony Romo successfully repeated as champion.
The tournament took place from Friday, July 12th, through Sunday, July 14th, and hosted a slew of celebrities, including the Titans’ head coach.
Finishing behind Romo in second place was former MLB pitcher, Mark Mulder. Third place was a tie between former tennis player, Mardy Fish, and former MLB pitcher, Derek Lowe.
Jim Wyatt of Titans Online was nice enough to share Vrabel’s scorecards.
Here’s what Vrabel did in the first two rounds:
And here are the results from Vrabel’s last round:
This tournament used the Stableford scoring format, which encourages aggressive play more so than a normal scoring format. Instead of the player with the lowest score winning, each hole awards or takes away points based on how well you do, according to PGATour.com.
By looking at Vrabel’s scorecard, you can see he got better each day. He scored -10 points and -7 points in his first two rounds, but then bounced back with a two-point round on Day 3.
Not only is Vrabel a good coach, this man can golf, also!
If you had bet that former NBA star Charles Barkley would finish in last like the original odds had him finishing at, you lost. Sir Charles placed 88th and just ahead of the bottom-two participants. Former NFL head coach and current Arizona State University head coach Herm Edwards withdrew.
Other major celebrities who participated in the event were Justin Timberlake, Steph Curry and Aaron Rodgers, to name a few. As always, this was quite the star-studded event.
Props to Vrabel for finishing near the middle of the pack and besting Indianapolis Colts head coach, Frank Reich. It’s an early victory for the Titans against their AFC South rival.
Anyone ready for football yet?