Tryon to Skip Latest Debut Attempt


Seventeen-year-old Ty Tryon will have to wait a little longer to make his professional debut.
Tryon was scheduled to make his first start as a professional at last week's Tampa Bay Classic but the event was canceled in wake of the terrorist attacks on the United States.
Tryon has now withdrawn from this week's Trophee Lancome in Paris, France due to travel and safety concerns.
'With flights being canceled and everything else that's going on, we just thought this was the prudent thing to do,' Tryon's agent Jay Danzi told the Orlando Sentinel.
Tryon burst on to the golf scene when, as a 16-year-old, he finished 39th at the Honda Classic in March. Tryon followed an opening 67 with a 1-over-par 73 to become the second-youngest person ever to make a cut in PGA Tour history. He also finished tied for 37th in the B.C. Open in July.
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