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Playing Monterey Peninsula CC, sponsor invite and World No. 66 Julian Suri crafted a 4-under-par 31-36=67 in the second round of the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, currently T3, which is where he began the day.

The 26-year-old is a 36-hole co-clubhouse leader with Troy Merritt on 10-under 133, though two back of a pair of on-course leaders. He striped all 13 (of 13) fairways and peppered 15 greens in regulation, camouflaging a lone bogey-5 at 17 with five circles at 3, 6, 8, 14 and 16. The St. Augustine, Florida, resident recorded 1.733 putts per GIR and took 30 total putts. This is his tourney debut and fourth career TOUR start with one previous cash, a T63 at the Farmers two weeks ago. The Duke product is a one-time winner on the European Tour in 17 career events (2017 Made In Denmark) and currently slots 25th on the Race to Dubai standings. He heads to Pebble Beach GL for Round 3.
Feb 9 - 6:21 PM

Wake Forest product Will Zalatoris has received a sponsor's invite and looks to cash in at this week's Wyndham Championship.

Zalatoris left college a bit early in hopes of kick-starting his pro career. He's yet to convert as he's 1-for-7 on the PGA TOUR (T68 at this year's Pebble Beach Pro-Am). The problem has been his short game as he's lost strokes around-the-green AND putting in all six ShotLink starts. On the bright side, he gained 4.6 strokes on approach during his start at the Memorial Tournament so the upside is certainly there for this 21-year-old with pedigree. Zalatoris reached as high at No. 8 in the World Amateur Golf Rankings before turning pro and now he heads back to his old stomping grounds this week. With local knowledge on his side, this could be a good week to take a chance on the youngster, but only in the deepest of fantasy formats.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Aug 14 - 5:15 PM

Thorbjorn Olesen is currently without his sticks, but he will hope to still make an impression in the Nordea Masters at Hills GC in Gothenburg, Sweden this week.

The Dane lies sixth in the Race to Dubai and high in the Ryder Cup rankings off the back of a summer of decent results. It started with victory in the Italian Open and since then he has had an on week always followed by an off. Take a look: 1-MC-2-MC-6-12-3-56. That kind of hints at him making the top ten again this week. More realistically, his third in the WGC Bridgestone Inivitational looks good in this company and in not contending at Bellerive (but pegging two 68s) he was not emotionally exhausted. Nonetheless, he has jetlag to deal with plus the current loss of those clubs in the netherworld of airport luggage backrooms. He was a winner in Sweden on the Challenge Tour and has twice finished T4 in the event, most recently last year.
Aug 14 - 7:37 AM

T.J. Vogel continues to be a Monday warrior, firing a 5-under-par 34-32=66 during today's open qualifier at Bermuda Run Country Club, earning a seat into the Wyndham Championship.

Vogel has now punched his Open Qualifying ticket for the eighth time this season. He is just 3-for-7 in those starts but it would be a fitting end if he finally got rewarded for his efforts during the last event of the regular season. The Florida Gator has earned 50.75 Non-Member FedExCup Points along the way. The 200th spot in the cutoff for qualifying into the Web.com Tour Finals. Rod Pampling currently holds that spot with 64.22 FEC Points. Vogel will need to pick up at least 15 points this week to have a chance but that number will also likely move by week's end. Others to punch their ticket through Monday Qualifying included Mickey DeMorat (-6), James Driscoll (-5), and Stewart Jolly (-5). NC State's Stephen Franken was the odd-man out of the 4-for-3 playoff.
Aug 13 - 5:09 PM

Adam Scott had a change of heart on Monday morning, pulling his name from the field at this week's Wyndham Championship.

The Aussie found himself on the FedExCup bubble (119th) before last week's solo third at the PGA Championship. That result jumped him to 70th in the Race to East Lake, which gives him a bit of wiggle room and allows him to rest after a big week at Bellerive CC. Scott had also dipped to 76th in the world after the WGC-Bridgestone but is now back inside the top 50 (45th). The Aussie has four top 20s over his last eight starts, so last week's big finish was not completely out of left field.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Aug 13 - 1:19 PM

Stewart Cink grabbed a top 5 at last week's PGA Championship and will now get a bit of rest as he withdraws his name from the field at this week's Wyndham Championship.

The big-hitting 45-year-old led the field last week in strokes gained tee-to-green. A whopping 4.9 of his 12.7 T2G strokes came via the around-the-green department. Cink calls East Lake Golf Club home so he may have benefitted from experience on zoysia turf. If he wants to play his way to East Lake this year he'll need to post a few more big finishes as he currently sits in 55th place in the FedExCup standings. While Cink may be sitting this one out, we did pick up a few notable late entries on Monday morning, Hideki Matsuyama and Ollie Schniederjans.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Aug 13 - 1:04 PM

Playing out of the penultimate twosome, World No. 7 Jon Rahm carved out a 2-under-par 34-34=68 in the final round of the 100th PGA Championship to finish up his second appearance (T58/2017) on 11-under 269, down one spot into a two-way T4, five adrift of overnight leader and champion Brooks Koepka, who shot 66.

After opening in 68-67-66, the 23-year-old began T3, three back. He found eight (of 14) fairways and 11 greens in regulation, losing 1.034 strokes tee-to-green. The ASU alum squared two bogeys at holes 4 and 17, outpaced by four birdies at 7, 8, 16 and 18, two from between 16 and 19 feet. He registered 1.636 putts per GIR and 2.372 SG: Putting with 27 total putts. For the week, the Spaniard tallied 17 birdies versus four bogeys and one double en route to his fifth top 10 of the season in 16 starts, all five doubling as top 5s. This was his 10th major, third top 25 and second top 10, matching his best of 4th at the Masters back in April.
Aug 12 - 7:36 PM

Making his 100th career start, overnight leader and World No. 4 Brooks Koepka fired a 4-under-par 33-33=66 in the final round of the 100th PGA Championship for a four-day tally of 16-under 264, good for a two-shot victory over runner-up Tiger Woods, his fourth PGA TOUR title and sets the new aggregate scoring record at the PGA, previously 265 (15-under) by David Toms in 2001.

The 28-year-old, a pre-tourney 16/1 outright, bags his third major title in 20 tries, second this season and becomes just the fifth player in history to win both the U.S. Open and the PGA in the same year, first since Tiger Woods in 2000. After opening in 69-63-66, he began with a two-shot lead over playing competitor Adam Scott and was tied but never gave up the lead. The Floridian hit nine (of 14) fairways and 14 greens in regulation, outpacing two bogeys with six birdies and taking 28 total putts. For the week, he tallied 22 birdies against four bogeys and one double en route to his fifth top 10 of the season in 13 starts and second win. The Florida State product improves to 6-for-6 at the PGA with five top 25s and three top 10s, bettering a T4 in 2016. Overall, this was his 14th top 25 in majors, eighth top 10 and third win, third in the last seven majors played, six that he played in.
Aug 12 - 7:16 PM

Tiger Woods hoisted up a 6-under-par 32-32=64 in the final round of the 100th PGA Championship at Bellerive, his joint-second lowest lap in any major, but couldn't quite reel in winner Brooks Koepka and posted solo second with 14-under 266.

Wow. What a ride. For the second major running, Tiger has threatened to end his ten-year wait for No. 15. He posted T6 at Carnoustie after leading on the back nine and today's second place represents his best finish in the majors since finishing runner-up to YE Yang in the 2009 PGA. The 64 is second only to the 63 he posted when winning this event at Valhalla in 2007 and gives him a seventh runner-up finish in the majors and third at the PGA. It's also his 25th top three at this level from 80 starts and the 266 represents his lowest score in any major. Woods raced to the turn in 32 after outpacing a bogey at 6 with gains at 2, 3, 8 and 9 before stepping up his bid with circles at 12, 13 and 15 against a bogey at 14. Unfortunately for Woods, Koepka kept making birdies too and failure to birdie the par-5 17th marked the end of his challenge. At least Tiger had one final trick up his sleeve with a 19'1" conversion at the last. He finished the week 2nd for birdies and SG: Approach.
Aug 12 - 7:05 PM

Playing out of the third-to-last threesome with Tiger Woods, first- and second-round leader and World No. 44 Gary Woodland concocted a 1-under-par 36-33=69 in the final round of the 100th PGA Championship for a four-day total of 10-under 270, dipping three spots to a career-best T6 in majors.

This was the Kansas native's 29th major, sixth top 25 and first top 10, brushing aside a pair of T12s at the 2011 PGA and the 2016 Open. Overall, it's his third top 25 in seven PGA's, second straight (T22/2017). The 34-year-old records his eighth top 25 of the season in 23 events, third straight, and third top 10, first since a P1 at the WM Phoenix Open. After opening in 64-66-71, he began T3, three back of leader Brooks Koepka and carded four birdies against three bogeys on 12 (of 14) fairways and 13 greens in regulation with 31 total putts. For the week, the Florida resident tallied one eagle and 19 birdies versus eight bogeys and one triple.
Aug 12 - 6:53 PM

Defending champ and World No. 2 Justin Thomas navigated a 2-under-par 33-35=68 in the final round of the 100th PGA Championship to conclude on 10-under 270, currently T6, which is where he began, and six short of the leader on the course Brooks Koepka, who was the overnight leader and is playing the 17th.

The 25-year-old briefly tied for the lead on 12-under after his fifth birdie of the day, an improbable circle from the hillside at the drivable par-4 11th, but stalled out with five pars and two bogeys. In total, he ate three bogeys, including a 3-putt 5 at the ninth from 7'4", and a missed par-saver at 14 from 36 inches. The Alabama alum, looking to be the first repeat PGA champ since Tiger Woods in 2007, records his seventh top 25 in majors and third top 10, first since winning last year's PGA. For the week, he posted rounds of 69-65-68-68 and totaled 17 birdies versus seven bogeys. The Kentucky native nets his TOUR-leading 16th top 25 of the season in 19 starts and eighth top 10, second straight after winning last week's WGC-Bridgestone.
Aug 12 - 6:33 PM

World No. 6 Francesco Molinari styled a bogey-free, 3-under-par 34-33=67 in the final round of the 100th PGA Championship to wrap on 10-under 270, up eight spots on the live leaderboard to T4, good for a share of the 72-hole clubhouse lead with Thomas Pieters though five adrift of the leader on the course Brooks Koepka. UPDATE: With play completed, Molinari finished T6, six short of champion Koepka.

After opening with 68-67-68, the reigning Open champion began T12 on 7-under, one shy of the overnight top 10 and five back of leader Koepka. He hit 10 (of 14) fairways and 12 greens in regulation, gaining 2.931 strokes tee-to-green. The 35-year-old carded three birdies at holes 9, 10 and 14 (from 12'3"), posting 1.750 putts per GIR and -0.554 SG: Putting with 26 total putts. For the week, he tallied 16 birdies against four bogeys and one double and is currently No. 1 in scrambling at 84.21%. The Italian records his ninth top 25 of the season in 17 starts and fourth top 10, four in his last five starts. This is his 12th top 25 in 37 majors, fifth straight, and fifth top 10, second straight after winning the Claret Jug in come-from-behind fashion.
Aug 12 - 6:15 PM




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