Josh Kerr earns an 6.50 in Round One Heat 2.
Sunday, December 17, 2017
Updated: Sunday, December 17, 2017
After spending nearly a decade on Tour, the Australian says farewell to a celebrated career at the 2017 Billabong Pipe Masters.
The second-year pro is making a big late-season push up the Jeep Leaderboard with another Quarterfinal appearance.
One day after announcing his retirement, the Australian veteran looks lighter than ever.
In a low-scoring affair, Josh Kerr knocks out World No. 2 Jordy Smith in Round Three.