Jun 2nd, 2019
Weekend round up
Words: GolfPunk Photography: Getty Images , USGA
It’s Manic Monday, so here is a very quick round up of all the results and stories from the weekend.
US PGA Tour Memorial Tournament, Dublin. Ohio
Patrick Cantlay storms through field with final round 64 to take the spoils
Adam Scott puts in strong finish, with three consecutive birdies from 14th to take second.
A disappointing final round of 72 from overnight leader Martin Kaymer sees him drop back to third.
Tiger Woods finishes strongly with a 67 to grab a share of ninth place.
Best places Brit was Justine Rose in thirteenth after a closing 71.
Heavyweight casualties who missed the cut were Justin Thomas, Rory McIlroy, Matt Kuchar, Jason Day, Tony Finau, Phil Mickelson
US Women's Open, Country Club of Charleston
Jeong-eun Lee6 wins first major and a cheque for $1m
Lee puts a six after her name as she was the sixth Jeong-eun Lee to join the Korean LGPA
GolfPunk favourite, Lexi Thompson, shared second place with Angel Yin of the US and Korean Ryu So-yeon, two behind the leader.
France’s Celine Boutier and Chnia’s Yu Liu, who shared the overnight lead, both had disappointing closing 75s to end in a tie for fifth.
England’s Charley Hull ended on level par, six off the lead and in a tie for sixteenth.
Belgian Knockout, Rinkven International G.C.
Guido Migliozzi takes second win of his rookie season defeating Darius van Driel in final.
22 year old Scot, Ewen Ferguson, made the most of an invite to take third, overcoming Gregory Havret in the third place play-off.
And Finally, this is why you don't play golf when there is lightning about.
There was a scary moment when the second round of the 2019 U.S. Women's Open was suspended due to dangerous weather in the area at the Country Club of Charleston, South Carolina. This USGA video shows the sheer power.
And another thing....