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Jul 5th, 2021 Article

Cam Davis wins the Rocket Mortgage Classic

Australian Cam Davis holed from the greenside bunker for eagle at the penultimate hole and then birdied the last to force his way into a three-way playoff in which he prevailed to win the Rocket Mortgage Classic and his first PGA Tour victory. “It’s the only reason I’m sitting here now,” Davis said afterwards. “To be honest, in my head, there wasn’t a thought of trying to hole it.”

Jun 28th, 2021 Article

English wins Travelers after marathon playoff

Harris English beat fellow American Kramer Hickok at the eight-hole of a marathon playoff to win the Travelers Championship. After trading pars for seven holes, English finally broke the deadlock when he holed a twenty-foot putt at the 18th hole on the sixth time of asking in the playoff.

Jun 14th, 2021 Article

Garrick Higgo wins Palmetto Championship

Garrick Higgo was the beneficiary of a sad collapse by Chesson Hadley to win the Palmetto Championship at Congaree by one stroke and claim his maiden PGA Tour title at just his second outing. The 22-year-old Higgo finished at eleven-under 273 at Congaree Golf Club, Ridgeland, South Carolina, to win by a single shot from a group of six players on ten-under.

Jun 7th, 2021 Article

Cantlay beats Morikawa in playoff at Memorial

Patrick Cantlay won the Memorial Tournament for the second time in three years after beating fellow American Collin Morikawa at the first hole of a playoff. On Saturday Cantlay had finished six shots behind runaway leader Jon Rahm only to learn that Rahm had tested positive for COVID-19 and had to withdraw from the event.

May 17th, 2021 Article

K H Lee wins rain-soaked Byron Nelson

K H Lee overcame the rain and a soaked TPC Craig Ranch to record his first PGA Tour win at the AT&T Byron Nelson. The win also booked the South Korean the chance to compete on the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island in South Carolina at this week's PGA Championship.

May 10th, 2021 Article

McIlroy ends title drought at Wells Fargo

Rory McIlroy has finally done the talking on the course. Only six weeks after switching coaches, the world number fifteen produced the goods to win at Quail Hollow on Sunday. It is McIlroy's first victory since his success at the WGC – HSBC Champions in November 2019.

May 3rd, 2021 Article

Burns finally converts at Valspar Championship

Sam Burns earned his maiden win on the PGA Tour at his seventy-sixth attempt at the Valspar Championship in Tampa. The American closed with a final-round three-under 68 to finish on seventeen-under-par, three shots clear of countryman Keegan Bradley.

Apr 26th, 2021 Article

Aussies win Zurich Classic on Anzac Day

It was fitting that on Anzac Day it should be an Australian pairing that won the Zurich Classic on Sunday. Cameron Smith and Marc Leishman carded a final-round two-under final round to tie with South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen and Charl Schwartzel on twenty-under-par. The Aussies then grabbed the spoils at the first extra hole.

Apr 21st, 2021 Article

Five better uses for PGA’s $40 million

We thought it was a joke but apparently not. According to , the PGA Tour will hand $40 million via its Player Impact Program to the world’s top players in bonuses. The program has been set up to “recognize and reward players who positively move the needle.”

Apr 19th, 2021 Article

Cink rolls back the years at The Heritage

Tour veteran Stewart Cink rolled back the years to take his third RBC Heritage title on Sunday, almost 21 years to the day from his first. The 47-year-old carded a final-round one-under-par 70 to register a second victory of the season, having won the season-opening Safeway Open back in September.

Apr 5th, 2021 Article

Speith end the drought with Texas Open win

After a wait of almost four years Jordan Speith finally taster victory again at the Valero Texas Open on Sunday. The American who had shown signs of a return to form over recent weeks had not won on the PGA Tour since he lifted the Open trophy at Birkdale in 2017. The fact he was playing in his home state of Texas made the win even sweeter for the 27-year-old.

Apr 4th, 2021 Article

Wallace and Speith share lead in Texas

England's Matt Wallace and a resurgent Jordan Speith share the lead at the Valero Texas Open. Both players shot five-under-par third rounds of 67 to sit two clear of third place, Charlie Hoffman, on twelve-under-par.