Huh takes big leap off bubble with career-best 61 at Wyndham
Wyndham Championship Golf John Huh chips onto the 18th green during the first round of the Wyndham Championship golf tournament, Thursday, Aug. 4, 2022, in Greensboro, NC. 135 in the FedEx Cup, but he would count as No. The suspended players would be line in to receive FedEx Cup bonus money without playing. 34 in the standings and is looking to improve his ranking going into the lucrative FedEx Cup playoffs. After his long eagle putt, he holed a 4-foot putt for birdie on the 17th.wftv.com
Horschel's big eagle secures a big win at the Memorial
Memorial Golf Billy Horschel drops his club on a drive during the final round of the Memorial golf tournament Sunday, June 5, 2022, in Dublin, Ohio. Horschel was staked to a five-shot lead at the start of a sun-soaked final round and no one ever got closer than two shots. Before the long eagle, Horschel saved himself with par putts of 12 feet on the 13th hole and 8 feet on 14. “Making that was huge.”Wise did what he could in a final round so difficult that no one shot better than 69. Wise made a meaningless bogey on the final hole for a 71 to finish alone in second.wftv.com
Live updates | Tiger outside cut at PGA with 6 holes to play
He was 13 shots behind Will Zalatoris, who is bogey-free for the second round and at 8-under par. There were two Chilean flags on the first page of the leaderboard at the PGA Championship on Friday. Pereira and Niemann are among a record six Latin American players in the PGA Championship. ___1:45 p.m.Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods have teed off along with Jordan Spieth in the second round of the PGA Championship. The Northern Irishman is chasing his fifth career major and first since the 2014 PGA Championship.wftv.com
Live updates | Smith tee shot plunks fellow player in head
The ball struck Aaron Wise, who was in the adjacent seventh fairway at Southern Hills. There were two Chilean flags on the first page of the leaderboard at the PGA Championship on Friday. Pereira and Niemann are among a record six Latin American players in the PGA Championship. ___1:45 p.m.Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods have teed off along with Jordan Spieth in the second round of the PGA Championship. Thomas shot a second straight 67 to leave him 6 under for the tournament.wftv.com
Jones wins Honda Classic by 5 shots, earns spot in Masters
Jones won the Honda Classic by five shots Sunday, a final round of 2-under 68 good enough to finish the week at 12-under 268 at PGA National. J.B. Holmes was in the final group with Jones, three shots back to start the day, and his chances were gone very quickly. He ended up with a costly final-round 79 for Holmes; second place, where he started the day, paid Hagy $763,000 while the tied-for-46th finish paid Holmes $19,070. AdHe went on to make double bogey there, and when Jones birdied the par-5 third Holmes’ deficit had gone from three to eight shots in about 45 minutes. “You can't get a tougher golf course to win on than this one, in these conditions," Jones said.
Jones survives a challenging day, takes 3-shot lead at Honda
“I'm happy to go low with the ball flight and I'm probably a little more conservative when the wind is up," Jones said. That’s when his woes started, and what became a nine-shot turnaround between he and Jones began. Jones grabbed a share of the lead with a birdie at the par-4 14th. And when Wise made bogey at the par-3 15th, Jones was the outright leader again. “Just keep doing what I'm doing," Jones said.
Wise takes three-shot lead at midway point of Honda Classic
Wise shot his second straight 6-under 64 on Friday to take a three-stroke lead into the weekend at the Honda Classic. The 128 total is the lowest 36-hole score at PGA National since the tournament moved there 15 years ago — and marks the first 36-hole lead of Wise’s PGA Tour career. Wise birdied the last to finish off the 64, the eighth round of 64 or lower surrendered by PGA National this week. He opened with a 69, then shot 62 — the fourth score that low in Honda history at PGA National — Friday. Jones (61), Wise (64) and Russell Henley (64) had the 64s or better Thursday; Hagy, Ryder, Wise, Brice Garnett (64) and Stewart Cink (64) had them Friday.
Schauffele recovers from COVID-19, optimistic about new year
Schauffele is among 16 players in the Tournament of Champions who didn't win last year. His girlfriend came down with COVID-19 in the middle of December, and a few days later, Schauffele tested positive and eventually had minor symptoms. Schauffele is among 16 players at Kapalua who failed to win an official event, though he did have the lowest 72-hole score at the Tour Championship. The winners-only field is including players who reached the Tour Championship because golf was shut down for three months due to the pandemic. Schauffele already has played four times in the new season, which began in September, and that includes two majors.
Hovland birdies the last hole to win Mayakoba Classic
Viktor Hovland of Norway plays on the 1st Hole during the final round of the PGA Tour Mayakoba Golf Classic, in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, Sunday, Dec. 6, 2020. It sure didn't look that way at the Mayakoba Golf Classic, where he captured another PGA Tour title with another big putt at the end. It was the first time since the Mayakoba Classic began in 2007 that it was won with a birdie putt on the final hole. Hovland won the Puerto Rico Open in February for his first PGA Tour title by holing a 30-foot birdie putt on the last hole. The former NCAA champion at Oregon also was going for his second PGA Tour win, the first one coming at the AT&T Byron Nelson two years ago.
Jason Day in contention in Houston Open on eve of Masters
Carlos Ortiz tees off on the 10th hole during the second round of the Houston Open golf tournament Friday, Nov, 6, 2020, in Houston. (AP Photo/Michael Wyke)HOUSTON – Jason Day was back in contention on the eve of the Masters after two eventful days alongside Phil Mickelson. “He kind of left himself in some pretty tough positions and you’re just struggling the whole day,” Day said. The 12-time PGA Tour winner returned the next week at Sherwood to tie for 60th, and took last week off. “I think that was really helpful to learn that.”Carlos Ortiz of Mexico had a 68 to match Day at 5 under.
Garcia tied for lead going into final round in Mississippi
He was the first to post at 14-under 202, a lead that held until Garcia caught him, and J.T. He also is enjoying himself, even when putts that look like they're going in stay out. “We love to make every putt we look at — or not look at, in this case — but we know that's not going to happen,” Garcia said. Staked to a two-shot lead going into the weekend, he had three bogeys on the front nine before he hit a hybrid from 255 yards to 15 feet for an egle on the 11th hole. Not since that 2017 Masters has he had at least a share of the 54-hole lead on the PGA Tour.