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Brooks Koepka cruised to a bogey-free, 7-under-par 31-32=63 during round two of the 100th PGA Championship, matching the low round of the day to reach 8-under 132 and grab a seat inside the top 5 on the live leaderboard.

Koepka traded three birdies with a double bogey on day one but today he was firing on all cylinders. He piped 12 (of 14) fairways on his way toward gaining 2.2 strokes off-the-tee, for a second straight day. That has him ranked 1st in the SG OTT department. The rest is history as he gained 3.5 strokes on approach and then needed just 25 swipes with the flat stick. This will go in the books as his career-low round in a major championship, previously a 5-under 65 in R1 of the 2017 Open Championship. The two-time U.S. Open champ would love to add another major to his mantle. Despite his positioning inside the top 5 on the live leaderboard, Koepka currently ranks just 61st in the field in strokes gained putting. This round also matches Charl Schwartzel as the low round of the day (and week) so far.
Aug 10 - 2:21 PM

Playing out of the penultimate threesome, World No. 539 D.A. Points navigated a 3-under-par 33-34=67 in the final round of the Wyndham Championship to conclude on 17-under 263, good for T4, which is where he began, four adrift of third-round leader and champion Brandt Snedeker, who shot 65.

Points is fully exempt for next season from his win at the 2017 Puerto Rico Open but he failed to qualify for the postseason at a projected 176th in the FedExCup standings (up 38 places). This is his first top 25 of the season in 25 events and a remarkable showing considering he had missed 16 of his last 17 cuts, including 15 in a row at one point. The Illinois alum improves to 7-for-9 at the Wyndham with four top 25s and one top 10, bettering a T14 in 2016. This is his first top 10 since his win in Puerto Rico 40 starts ago. Points posted rounds of 64-64-68-67 and totaled two eagles and 21 birdies against eight bogeys. He hit nine (of 14) fairways and 13 greens in regulation, overshadowing four bogeys with five birdies and a hole-out eagle-2 at 2 from 152 yards away.
Aug 19 - 6:55 PM

Playing out of the penultimate threesome, World No. 194 C.T. Pan walked off with double bogey to take the gloss off an otherwise sterling 4-under-par 31-35=66 in the final round of the Wyndham Championship, climbing two spots into a season- and career-tying best T2 on 18-under 262, three adrift of third-round leader and champion Brandt Snedeker, who shot 65, and is projected to jump 45 places to 63rd in the FedExCup standings.

With his wife on the bag, the 26-year-old hit 10 (of 14) fairways and 17 greens in regulation, gaining 2.143 strokes tee-to-green, No. 1 for the week in the SG: TTG at 11.899. He was bogey-free 6-under thru 17 holes and T1 with Snedeker on 20-under, but an errant tee ball (OB right) led to a re-tee and a double bogey-6. The U of Washington carded six birdies with a -0.643 SG: Putting and 31 total putts. In all, he tallied 25 birdies, No. 1 in that stat, versus five bogeys and the double. This was Pan's second Wyndham (63/2017) and his ninth top 25 of the season (second straight) in 27 events and first top 10. He was vying for this first TOUR title but settles for a second runner-up, joining a T2 at the 2017 Farmers.
Aug 19 - 6:31 PM

Third-round leader and World No. 88 Brandt Snedeker, a pre-tourney 22/1 outright, authored a 5-under-par 32-33=65 in the final round of the Wyndham Championship for a 72-hole tally of 21-under 259, good for a three-shot win over Webb Simpson and C.T. Pan and his ninth PGA TOUR title in 306 events (305 pro), first since the 2016 Farmers 59 starts ago.

The Wyndham Ambassador won his first TOUR title at the 2007 Wyndham (Forest Oaks), adds his second in 11 tries and does so in wire-to-wire fashion. After opening with a week- and career-low 59, he chased with 67-68-65, having to play 29 holes on Sunday due to a weather suspension on Saturday. The Vanderbilt alum records his eighth top 25 of the season in 23 events and fourth top 10, brushing aside a previous-best T3 at The Greenbrier four starts ago. For the week, he tallied two eagles and 24 birdies versus seven bogeys en route to his sixth top 25 and sixth top 10 at the Wyndham, second straight after T3 on last visit in 2016. On seven (of 14) fairways and 17 greens in regulation, the Tennessee native and resident carded six birdies against a lone bogey, walking off in style with birdie-3 from from 19'5".
Aug 19 - 6:13 PM

Ryder Cup captain and World No. 301 Jim Furyk enjoyed a bogey-free, 7-under-par 32-31=63 in the final round of the Wyndham Championship to wrap on 17-under 263, up nine spots on the live leaderboard to solo 4th, one shy of clubhouse leader Webb Simpson though three short of co-leaders on the course C.T. Pan and Brandt Snedeker. UPDATE: With play completed, Furyk finished a season-best T4, four shy of third-round leader and champion Brandt Snedeker, who shot 65.

The 48-year-old made just 15 starts on the season and his campaign comes to an end at a projected 140th in the FedExCup standings. He records his second top 25 and second top 10, joining a previous-best of 7th at the Valspar. This was the Arizona product's 14th Wyndham, ninth top 25 and sixth top 10, third straight. He carded rounds of 65-68-67 and a season-best 63, bettering 66 (x2), and totaled one eagle and 19 birdies against four bogeys. Furyk hit eight (of 14) fairways and 15 greens in regulation, penciling seven birdies and posting 3.043 SG: Putting with 26 total putts.
Aug 19 - 5:39 PM

Past champ and World No. 20 Webb Simpson walked off with bogey but otherwise was stellar, painting an 8-under-par 31-31=62 in the final round of the Wyndham Championship to post 18-under 262, up 10 places on the live leaderboard to solo 3rd, good for the clubhouse lead and the low round of the day thus far. UPDATE: With play completed, Simpson finished in a two-way T2, three short of third-round leader and champion Brandt Snedeker, who shot 65.

The 2011 winner was T1 with two others coming to the 18th but an errant tee shot, barely in bounds, led to a punch out and a lone bogey. He hit eight (of 14) fairways and 17 greens in regulation, gaining 4.090 strokes tee-to-green. The Wake Forest alum carded seven birdies and an eagle-3 at five from 18'2", and barely missed three other back-nine scoring chances from inside of 12 feet. He posted 1.435 SG: Putting with 29 total putts. For the week, the 33-year-old tallied two eagles and 18 birdies against four bogeys en route to his sixth top 10 at the Wyndham in 10 tries, second straight. It's also his 14th top 25 of the season in 22 events, fourth consecutive, and seventh top 10, first since T10 at the U.S. Open.
Aug 19 - 5:21 PM

World No. 291 Nick Taylor twirled a bogey-free, 7-under-par 31-32=63 in the final round of the Wyndham Championship to conclude his fourth appearance on 15-under 265, up 22 places on the live leaderboard to T7 and posting his career-low round in 375 rounds, previously 64 (x2). UPDATE: With play completed, Taylor finished T8 and is projected at 119th in the FedExCup standings, up 10 spots.

The Canadian, in his fourth season, retains his card for a fifth and qualifies for the FedExCup Playoffs for a third time. He posted rounds of 65-67-70-63 and is projected to climb 12 spots from 129th in the FEC standings to 117th. The 30-year-old, who finished a career-best 93rd in the standings last season, carded an eagle-3 from 12'5" and five birdies, highlighted by a walk-off 3 at 18 from 9'9". He posted 1.480 SG: Tee-to-Green and 3.058 SG: Putting with 29 total putts. For the week, the U of Washington alum tallied one eagle and 20 birdies against four bogeys and a triple bogey-7. This is his sixth top 25 of the season in 29 starts and should be a second top 10, first since T9 at the season-opening Safeway.
Aug 19 - 4:43 PM

Thomas Aiken fired a 2-under-par 36-32=68 in the final round of the Nordea Masters at Hills GC in Sweden to join Paul Waring in a play-off after both men had finished at 14-under 266 but saw his hopes ended at the first extra hole and had to settle for runner-up.

Aiken and Waring had started the final day tied for the lead, three clear of the pack, and the South African moved ahead with red circles 1 and 3. His lead didn't last long as he gave both shots back at the next two holes and, despite a birdie at 12, Waring was two clear with four to play. A bogey from the Englishman opened the door and Aiken forced the play-off by making birdie-4 at the 18th for the fourth day running as Waring made par. Arguably, Aiken had the momentum but it shifted immediately as he drove into water with his tee-shot, allowing Waring to win with par. That will hurt but this is his best finish on the European Tour since winning the 2014 Africa Open and just his second top ten of the campaign. Maximilian Kieffer just failed to reach the play-off after finishing one back while Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark took solo fourth.
Aug 19 - 11:56 AM

Paul Waring secured his first European Tour trophy by beating Thomas Aiken at the first extra hole of the Nordea Masters in Sweden after a closing 2-under-par 35-33=68 had given him a 72-hole total of 14-under 266.

At last! The Englishman went into the final round tied for the lead with Aiken, the duo three shots clear of the field. Birdies at 2, 10 and 13 put Waring two shots clear but winning for the first time in 200 events was never going to come easy. And so it proved. He dropped a shot at 15 and, despite taking a one-shot lead up 18, a par allowed Aiken to tie with birdie-4. Back they went to the 18th and the South African blinked first, putting his tee-shot into the water. Waring's par was good enough and finally gave him a first European Tour win after 11 years of trying. Germany's Maximilian Kieffer finished solo third, a shot back, while Denmark's Thorbjorn Olesen was a further stroke adrift. Lucas Herbert of Australia rounded out the top five.
Aug 19 - 11:48 AM

Playing out of the final twosome, World No. 539 D.A. Points patched together a 2-under-par 35-33=68 in the two-day third round of the Wyndham Championship for a 54-hole total of 14-under 196, dipping two spots to T4, two short of leader and playing competitor Brandt Snedeker, who also shot 68.

Points was even-par thru six holes, 12-under total, and four back of Snedeker when play was suspended on Saturday. He returned Sunday morning to complete his final 12 holes in 2-under, outpacing bogey-5 at 9 with three circles at 8 (from 19'3"), 15 and 16. In total, the Illinois alum circled four against two squares on nine (of 14) fairways and 15 greens in regulation. He lost 1.480 strokes tee-to-green but gained 1.188 on-the-green despite needing 33 total putts. Points, who's chasing his fourth TOUR title in 325 events, first since a come-from-behind win at the 2017 Puerto Rico Open, will play out of the penultimate threesome in R4 with C.T. Pan and Ryan Moore.
Aug 19 - 11:10 AM

Playing out of the penultimate twosome, World No. 194 C.T. Pan carved out a 3-under-par 34-33=67 in the two-day third round of the Wyndham Championship for a 54-hole total of 14-under 196, dipping one place into a two-way T4, two adrift of leader Brandt Snedeker.

Pan was 1-under thru seven holes on Saturday when play was suspended and returned on Sunday morning to play his final 11 holes in 2-under. He found eight (of 14) fairways and 12 greens in regulation, gaining 0.727 around-the-green but losing 0.481 on approach. The 26-year-old squared three bogeys at holes 7, 10 and 16 (3-putt from 33'10"), offset by six birdies, all from inside of 10 feet. He registered 1.583 putts per GIR and 0.129 SG: Putting with 27 total putts. The University of Washington alum, who's a 2-time winner on the Canadian Tour (in seven starts), is chasing his first TOUR title in 61 events. His best is T2 at the 2017 Farmers, where Snedeker was also a 54-hole co-leader.
Aug 19 - 10:57 AM

First- and second-round leader and World No. 88 Brandt Snedeker navigated a 2-under-par 32-36=68 in the two-day third round of the Wyndham Championship to post 16-under 194, good for a one-shot lead over Brian Gay and David Hearn, who he'll be grouped with in the final threesome in R4.

Snedeker was 2-under thru seven holes, 16-under total, when play was suspended on Saturday and led by three. He returned Sunday morning, along with 29 others, and played his final 11 holes in even-par, trading two birdies at 8 and 15 with two bogeys at 11 and 12. In total, the Vanderbilt alum outpaced two squares with four circles on eight (of 14) fairways and 13 greens in regulation. He lost strokes off-the-tee (-0.633) but gained approaching and around-the-green for 1.303 SG: Tee-to-Green. Snedeker posted a pedestrian 1.857 putts per GIR and -1.595 SG: Putting with 30 total putts. This is his 10th 54-hole lead/co-lead in 306 events, first since the 2017 Farmers (finished T9), and is 3-for-9 converting, most recently at the 2013 Canadian Open.
Aug 19 - 10:42 AM




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