Duncan Wins RSM Classic in Playoff PDF Print E-mail


Tyler Duncan celebrates after capturing the RSM Classic



St.Simons Island, Georgia - Tyler Duncan was this week's edition of the

"Cinderella Story" on the PGA Tour on Sunday at Sea Island. After making

a 25 foot putt at the end of regulation to shoot a final round 65, Duncan

rolled in a 12 footer on the 2nd hole of a sudden death playoff with Webb

Simpson - to capture his first career win on the PGA Tour.


The 30 year-old has now earned his way into the Tournament of Champions

at Kapalua and the 2020 Masters, and he knew it immediately afterwards. "I'm

just so happy to be here playing and to come out here and win is just unbelievable,"

Duncan said.


Webb Simpson (67) made a run at the title, making birdie on 15 & 16 along with

two pars to finish regulation and tie Duncan at 19 under par - setting up the

sudden death playoff.


Brendan Todd was looking to get his third straight win after taking the 54 hole lead,

but he clearly had nothing left in the tank after a final round 72.










Todd Wins Mayakoba (on Monday) PDF Print E-mail


Brendan Todd wins the Mayakoba Golf Classic

Playa Del Carmen, Mexico - Brendon Todd won for the second time in as many

starts when he captured the rain-delayed Mayakoba Golf Classic on Monday

after a final round 3 under par 68 (Todd also won the Bermuda Championship

earlier this month in his last start).


Tied with Vaughn Taylor entering the extended week - they were among 12

players required to return to complete tournament after heavy rains at El

Camaleon pushed the event to a Monday finish. Todd made birdie on his first

hole of the day - the 15th, and was hoping to extend his lead when he missed

a short putt at the next. With only two holes remaining, he parred both of the

last two holes to finish at 20 under par. Vaughn Taylor's bid to tie at the last

came up just shy of the cup, clinching the victory for Brendan Todd.















Rory Wins WGC HSBC Champions in Shanghai PDF Print E-mail


Rory celebrates after winning the WGC HSBC Champions

Shanghai, China - World No.2 Rory McIlroy defeated Xander Schauffelle in a

playoff to win the WGC HSBC Champions in Shanghai. After both McIlroy and

Schauffele finished regulation at 19 under par, the Ulsterman won on the first

extra hole at the Sheshan International Golf Club. Schauffele, the defending

champion birdied the 72nd hole to send the championship to a playoff, but

could only make par in the playoff. McIlroy, who was forced to lay up, sank a

birdie putt to claim his 27th career title and 3rd WGC win. The victory marks

his fourth of 2019 and the first since his triumph at East Lake.

Rory now leads the FedEx Cup standings and is fifth in the European

Tour’s Race to Dubai. McIlroy reflected on his day, “It’s a tough closing

stretch even though there are holes you think you should birdie. There are

dangers waiting around every corner."

Rory now leads the FedEx Cup standings and is fifth in the European

Tour’s Race to Dubai that concludes later this month at the DP World

Tour Championship.

Louie Oosthuizen finished solo third at 17 under par.














Tiger Ties Snead - Gets Win No.82 at Zozo Championship PDF Print E-mail



Tiger Woods celebrates after winning the Zozo Championship in Tokyo.

Tokyo, Japan - Tiger Woods captured his record tying 82nd PGA Tour win at the Zozo Championship to match Sam Sead's mark. Woods finished the rain-soaked event on after a final round 69 to finish at 19 under par, beating Japan's Hideki Matsuyama by 3 shots at Narashino Country Club.

Woods who had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee nearly 8 weeks ago,
now seems like a lock to pick himself to be a playing captain at the upcoming Presidents Cup at Royal Melbourne in Australia.


The victory was Tiger's third in his last fourteen starts. Rory McIlroy finished tied for third at 13 under par. Unlike Woods who had 7 holes left to finish on Monday, McIlroy had only 2 holes left to complete. “Physically, I can’t do any of the things I used to be able to do, but I can think my way around the course,” Woods said after his win. There was a point when I didn’t know ifI’d be play again,” he added of his physical issues in recent years, most notably involving his back. “I was just hoping to walk normally again.”


Tiger's next triumph, No.83 will set him apart as the all-time wins leader - a mark unlikely to be seen again. Right now, two questions remain, wherewill the record setting victory occur, and is Jack's 18 majors back in play?











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