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Nov 23rd, 2020 Article

Streb holds on to take The RSM Classic

Robert Streb almost holed his second shot at the second playoff hole at The RSM Classic. The birdie was enough to win at Georgia's Sea Island Golf Club for a second time edging out Kevin Kisner. Streb, 33, won the event back in 2014 when he came from behind to prevail in a playoff this time he did it from the front.

Nov 22nd, 2020 Article

Streb in control at Sea Island

Robert Streb struggled on day three of the RSM Classic but still walked off the final green with a three shot lead over the field. Streb had another bogey-free round but this time had to grind out the pars on the front nine before finding three birdies in his final eleven holes. Emiliano Grillo shot a 65 and is four shots behind, while Kevin Kisner (66) and Kyle Stanley (68) sit five back.

Nov 21st, 2020 Article

Streb leads by two at The RSM Classic

Camilo Villegas carried his excellent form into Friday at the RSM Classic. The 38-year-old from Colombia shot a six-under 66 to add to his opening 64 but it was Robert Streb who grabbed a two-stroke lead after a nine-under 63. “I don’t want to be the one that breaks it,” Streb said. “There’s still a lot of golf left, and we’ll see what happens.”

Nov 20th, 2020 Article

Wallace and Villegas lead at Sea Island

England's Matt Wallace carded eight birdies in a six-under-par 64 to grab a share of the lead at The RSM Classic alongside Colombian Camilo Villegas. The pair are a shot clear of a whole gaggle on five-under which includes major champion Keegan Bradley and the now Slovakian Rory Sabbatini. On arriving at the course on Thursday morning, Villegas saw a rainbow over the course which inspired him.

Nov 9th, 2020 Article

Historic win for Ortiz at Houston Open

Carlos Ortiz held off Dustin Johnson and a charging Hideki Matsuyama to win the Vivint Houston Open and become the first Mexican to win on the PGA Tour since Victor Regalado in 1978 at the Quad Cities Open. "It feels awesome," said Ortiz, "This is like my second home. There was a bunch of people cheering for me, Latinos and Texans. I'm thankful for all of them."

Nov 2nd, 2020 Article

Gay beats the youngsters in Bermuda

Brian Gay rolled in his long birdie putt at the first playoff hole at the Bermuda Championship to beat a man almost half his age and become the oldest winner on the PGA Tour since Davis Love III in 2015. "Well, this is absolutely insane," said  Gay after his round. "I’ve been playing awful since Covid… it’s been a struggle. I’ve been trying to work hard and get back."

Oct 26th, 2020 Article

Cantlay wins Zozo Championship

Patrick Cantlay of America snatched a one shot victory at the Zozo Championship with final round seven-under 65 which included nine birdies. Jon Rahm of Spain and overnight leader Justin Thomas finished tied in second on twenty-two under par.

Oct 24th, 2020 Article

Thomas leads Zozo Championship by one

Justin Thomas takes a one shot lead into the weekend at the  Zozo Championship at the Sherwood Country Club in California.  Thomas matched his opening round of 65 with a flawless round which included a stretch of five birdies in six holes on his first nine. "Got off to a hot start today and kind of coasted coming in," said Thomas

Oct 19th, 2020 Article

Jason Kokrak captures the CJ Cup

Jason Kokrak of America finally broke his PGA Tour duck on Sunday when he won the CJ Cup in his tenth year on the circuit. The 35-year-old closed with a flawless eight-under-par 64 over the  Shadow Creek course in Las Vegas to win by two shots from fellow American Xander Schauffele. "Couldn't be happier," said Kokrak. "It was a good fight," Schauffele said.

Oct 16th, 2020 Article

Tyrrell Hatton on top once again

It was business as usual for Tyrrell Hatton at the CJ Cup in Las Vegas on Thursday. After picking up the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on Sunday, he jumped on a plane and travelled some five thousand miles but there was no sign of fatigue. “Yeah, I mean, It’s fair to say I’m pretty tired at the moment,” Hatton said after his round.

Oct 12th, 2020 Article

Laird wins Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

Scotland's Martin Laird held his nerve in a three-man playoff at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open to grab his first PGA Tour victory for over seven years. A birdie at the second extra hole saw off the challenge of Americans Austin Cook and Matthew Wolff earning Laird the  $1.26m winner's cheque. Mexico's Abraham Ancer finished in outright fourth place on 20 under par after a closing 67.

Oct 11th, 2020 Article

Laird and Cantlay lead in Las Vegas

Bryson Dechambeau cam down to earth with a slight bump in the third round of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. Level par rounds are no good in a tournament where the leaders are averaging rounds of better than six under par! Round of the day came from U.S. Open runner-up Matthew Wolff who had an incredible run of three eagles in a five hole spell on the back nine of his round of 61.