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Russell Henley set his share of records when he brought home the hardware at the Sony Open with a final-round 7-under-par 34-29=63, finishing the week at 24-under 256.

He managed a moderate lead for most of the round, but when Tim Clark tried to make a run with birdies on the 15th, 16th and 17th holes, Henley proved more than up to the task with birdies on 14, 15, 16 and 17 ranging in distance from 43'7" to 12 feet. When he reached the 18th, the verdict was secure but he went ahead and traded birdies with Clark one more time for good measure. It was his third start on the PGA TOUR, but rounds of 63-63-67-63 had him looking the part of a seasoned veteran. In his post-round interview on the Golf Channel, he credited his year of seasoning on the Web.com Tour as the difference. His 23-under total established a new low for the Sony Open, and the 63 was the lowest final round by a winner in this event. Henley established a new TOUR record for lowest aggregate by a rookie. His 256 matches the third-lowest in history by anyone. This win gets him into the Masters, THE PLAYERS Championship, WGC-Bridgestone Invitational and the PGA Championship.
Sun, Jan 13, 2013 10:17:00 PM

Chris Kirk makes his way back to Fort Worth, Texas, in anticipation of his title defense at this week's DEAN & DELUCA Invitational.

The Georgia Bulldog signed for rounds of 68-69-65-66 to finish the last year's edition atop the leaderboard at 12-under 268. Kirk is no stranger to success at Colonial Country Club, entering last year with a 5-for-5 record that included a trio of top 20s. Throw last year's win onto that and it becomes a very impressive course resume. More recently, Kirk ended a run of great form when he withdrew during the second round of THE PLAYERS. Gamers should not worry about the WD since it was a case of Kirk getting stranded due to weather and not wanting to return on Saturday just to finish up one hole as his missed-cut fate was already sealed. Prior to that, Kirk had rattled off three straight top 25s, putting any signs of his wrist injury in the rear-view mirror. The four-time PGA TOUR winner has defending all three of his previous titles with top 30s.
Source: PGATOUR.com
May 24 - 8:47 AM

Richy Werenski compiled a bogey-free 6-under-par 32-33=65 in the final round of the BMW Charity Pro-Am to earn his first Web.com Tour victory at 21-under 265.

The Georgia Tech product circled six birdies and tapped in 12 pars on his lap around Thornblade Club in the finale, splitting 10 of 13 fairways and landing 14 GIR. He was already twice a runner-up on the Web.com Tour entering the week and ranked seventh on the money list. With this victory, he moves to second on the money list and essentially locks up his 2016-17 PGA TOUR card.
May 22 - 8:22 PM

Overnight leader Brooks Koepka backed up to a 1-over-par 34-37=71 in the final round of the AT&T Byron Nelson to post 15-under 265, and then lost on the first playoff hole to Sergio Garcia, who made par, while Koepka stumbled to a double bogey-6.

The 26-year-old began the finale with a two-shot lead over playing competitor Jordan Spieth and three clear of Garcia. He landed just four (of 14) fairways and for a second straight round, hit only nine greens in regulation. The Floridian missed his first three greens and bogeyed the third on a failed scramble before righting the ship with birdies on holes 7 and 9 to turn 1-under and 17-under total. At that point, he was three in front of four players, including Garcia. Koepka came home in birdie-less 2-over, squaring back-to-backs on 14 and 15 (failed scrambles) and missed a 15'11" birdie at the last to win in regulation. He was chasing his second TOUR title in his 55th career start but settles for his first runner-up, and drops to 0-for-1 when the 54-hole leader and 0-1 in playoffs.
May 22 - 6:50 PM

With a par on the first playoff hole, Sergio Garcia emerged the victor at the AT&T Byron Nelson for a second time in his 12th appearance (2004 playoff), and claimed his ninth PGA TOUR title in his 301st career start.

The Spaniard was first to post 15-under 265 with rounds of 63-66-68-68. Overnight leader Brooks Koepka would match two groups later, after missing a mid-range chance at the last to win in regulation. The duo headed back to the par-4 18th for sudden death and Koepka ended the drama nearly immediately, putting his driver off the tee into the water and slopping his way to a double bogey-6. Garcia downgraded to 3-wood and won with a routine two-putt par. This was the 36-year-old's first win on TOUR since the 2012 Wyndham Championship (45 months ago) and came in come-from-behind fashion, beginning the finale three shy of Koepka.
May 22 - 6:32 PM

Matt Kuchar carved out a 1-under-par 34-35=69 in the final round of the AT&T Byron Nelson to conclude on 14-under 266, good for solo third, one shot shy of a two-man playoff involving Sergio Garcia and 54-hole leader Brooks Koepka.

The 37-year-old's previous best at the Nelson was T6 and this is his third overall top 10 in his ninth appearance. He began the final frame in a three-way T3 on 13-under, three back of Koepka after opening in 65-67-65. The Georgia Tech alum bogeyed the first and 13th on failed up-and-downs and circled three on 12 greens in regulation, all from inside of 10 feet. The flat stick didn't cooperate for him in the finale, with -1.351 in SGP but on the plus side, it's his second straight 3rd-place finish after T3 at THE PLAYERS and fifth top 10 of the season on 14 starts.
May 22 - 6:11 PM

Rory McIlroy finally claimed the honors in his home tournament, carrying off the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open at The K Club after a stunning finish which ended the hopes of his final round chief rival Russell Knox.

The stats say that McIlroy ended with a 3-under-par 35-34=69 for a 12-under total of 276, enough for a 3 shot victory over Knox and Bradley Dredge, but in reality the story was rather more dramatic. Although for much of the final round it was anything but as McIlroy, who entered the final round with a 3 shot advantage, became becalmed as no-one seemed keen on threatening his victory march. But Knox suddenly emerged as a contender and out of nowhere McIlroy was 1 behind playing the par-5 16th. Cue a monent of magic as the Northern Irishman, who had thus far posted birdies at 4 and 10, and bogeys at 6 and 11, launched a 3-wood 254 yards to the heart of the green. He 2-putted for birdie, watched Knox make bogey and confirmed his win with an eagle-3 at the last with the crowds roaring their acclaim for the local hero. "I don't know if I can put it into words," he said afterwards. "I don't really get emotional when I win but I was trying to hold back the tears there on 18.&qu
May 22 - 12:38 PM

World No. 2 Jordan Spieth carved out a 3-under-par 32-35=67 in today's third round of the AT&T Byron Nelson for a three-day tally of 14-under 196, two adrift of 54-hole leader Brooks Koepka.

The Dallas native and resident played with Koepka in the final group along with 36-hole leader Ben Crane, whom they both trailed by one. He entered the third frame on 11-under 129 (64-65), his new low 36-hole opening score on TOUR (130 two times - 2015/Masters and 2016 Hyundai TOC; both wins). The 22-year-old struggled with his ball-striking, landing just seven (of 14) fairways and 11 greens in regulation, posting -0.201 in SGTTG. He salvaged the lap with 2.370 in SGP and circling five for 1.545 putts per GIR. Spieth's longest conversion was 19'1" at the par-3 17th but chased with a walk-off bogey-5, unable to save par from the trees. He also bogeyed the 14th after putting this tee ball in the water, but did so with a one-putt from 22'8".
May 21 - 6:45 PM

Defending champ Steven Bowditch back-pedaled to a 5-over-par 38-37=75 in the third round of the AT&T Byron Nelson and at 3-over 213, will not have a Sunday tee time.

Bowditch was one of 17 players at T67 after two rounds had been completed so a second cut of low 70 and ties was required after 54 holes. He made the 36-hole cut on the number after opening in 68-70, but stumbled to two birdies against three bogeys and two double bogey-6s in the third round. On the plus side, he entered the week off five consecutive missed cuts with a cumulative 50-over-par during the stretch, so getting to the third round was a small step in the right direction. Joining the Aussie on the pine for Sunday are: 209- Andrew Landry; OQer Conrad Shindler ... 210- Derek Fathauer; Cameron Percy ... 211- Greg Owen; OQer Lance Lopez ... 212- Marc Turnesa ... 213- Andrew Loupe.
May 21 - 6:26 PM

Brooks Koepka authored a 5-under-par 33-32=65 in today's third round of the AT&T Byron Nelson to post 16-under 194, good for a two-shot lead over playing competitor Jordan Spieth, who shot 67. UPDATE: Koepka's 16-under 194 matches the 54-hole tournament record (Loren Roberts/1999).

Koepka's 11-under 129 (65-64) to open his third Nelson was a low 36-hole opening score for him on TOUR -- previously 131 two times. He began the third frame in a three-way T2, one shy of 36-hole leader and the third member of the final group Ben Crane. The FSU product found eight (of 14) fairways and only nine greens in regulation, but circled seven for a ridiculous 1.222 putts per GIR. He bogeyed the first and the sixth on failed scrambles and saved pars seven other times, including from 11'4" at the 15th and from 10'1" at the 18th. Koepka's split was highlighted by a 19'8" roll at the par-4 14th en route to a stellar 4.578 in strokes gained: putting.
May 21 - 6:04 PM

Rory McIlroy will head into the final round of the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open holding a 3 shot lead over Danny Willett after completing this third lap of The K Club on Sunday morning with a 2-under-par 34-36=70 for a 54-hole total of 9-under 207.

For many at the top of the leaderboard the cold and wet conditions represented a problem on Saturday, but McIlroy was a calm exception, being the only player in the field to keep a bogey off his card. Moreover, in notching red numbers at 4 and 10, par-5s both, he moved to 9-under for the tournament, enough to create a 3 shot overnight advantage over pre-round co-leader Willett. On the resumption both players reeled off pars to maintain the status quo and set up the perfect head-to-head finale for the tournament. McIlroy has missed his previous 3 cuts in the event but looks on course to land his first win since the DP World Tour Championship in November.
May 21 - 4:37 PM

Tim Wilkinson twirled a bogey-free 7-under-par 31-32=63 in today's third round of the AT&T Byron Nelson to reach 11-under 199, up 39 places on the live leaderboard to T7 and good for the low round in the clubhouse. UPDATE: With play completed, Wilkinson's 63 was the low round of the day.

The 37-year-old is making his sixth appearance with a best of T22 in 2014. He shot an opening-round 66 that year which was his best at TPC Four Seasons in 16 laps before today. The Kiwi split 11 (of 14) fairways and hit 15 greens in regulation recording 5.953 strokes gained: total at last check. He began off No. 10 tee and circled the 11th, 15th and 17th, each from inside of eight feet, and saved the big bombs for his inward half. Wilkinson penciled birdies on 2 and 6, from 37'5" and 25'9", respectively, and capped with a walk-off 3 from 11'9" at the par-4 ninth.
May 21 - 4:36 PM




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