Dean Burmester put himself in contention at the BMW PGA after overcoming a slow start during round one at Wentworth on Thursday, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
Aaron Wise strolled up the 18th fairway in the fading twilight, lifting his hat over his head a couple of times as the thinned-out crowd cheered what would soon be his first PGA TOUR victory at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
Webb Simpson had taken a seven-shot lead into the final round of the Players Championship and he didn’t falter from there, firing a final round 73 to win by four shots at TPC Sawgrass.
Webb Simpson equalled the TPC Sawgrass course record to move into a dominant five-shot lead at the Players Championship at the halfway mark of the tournament. A nine-under 63 saw Simpson create the biggest halfway lead in the tournament’s history and put the American on course for his first PGA Tour win in five years with a 15-under total of 129. South… Read more →
Jason Day claimed the Wells Fargo Championship for his second win of the season leaving Charl Schwartzel to rue his poor start on Sunday.
Andrew Landry won the Valero Texas Open on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory, pulling away with early birdies and holding on with par saves.
Zach Johnson moved into a share of the lead at the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio while Ernie Els produced a 69 to move steadily up the leaderboard, writes WADE PRETORIUS.
It took three playoff holes but Satoshi Kodaira broke into the winner’s circle after fending off Si Woo Kim for the RBC Heritage title.
Ian Poulter’s father, Terry, is in from the UK to watch his son play the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town. So far, he’s gotten quite a show.
Masters champion Patrick Reed heard the roar and appeared to understand what it meant on the 18th hole at Augusta National.