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At 3-over-par 72-71-73=216, Jeff Klauk settled for a share of 71st place at the RBC Heritage.

Klauk got snipped by the 54-hole cut at Harbour Town. After starting his third round on the back side of the course, he'd eventually bogey the par-4 ninth, thus thwarting an opportunity to take it deep today. After pocketing $11,136.00 for his three-day stay, he now has one start remaining on his Major Medical Extension to earn $429,107 and retain status. If he falls short, he'd lock up conditional status for the remainder of the year with at least $205,859.
Sun, Apr 21, 2013 07:10:00 PM

Overnight co-leader and 1-seed Dustin Johnson coughed up a 3-over-par 36-37=73 in today's final round of the TOUR Championship to drop five places on the leaderboard into a two-way T6 on 5-under 275, relinquishing the tournament and FedExCup title to champion Rory McIlroy, who won in sudden death over Ryan Moore and Kevin Chappell.

The FEC leader began the final frame co-leading with playing competitor Chappell on 8-under, two clear of McIlroy and Moore who comprised the next-to-last twosome. His task was simple, win the Playoffs finale and he wins the FEC crown. The 32-year-old, whose win at the U.S. Open pushed aside several final-round disappointments in his career, will have a new set of demons after posting the worst lap of the day. For a second straight round, he mustered just six (of 14) fairways en route to only two birdies versus three bogeys and a double. Johnson swallowed a -3.430 in SG: Putting and played his final 11 holes in birdie-less 3-over. Despite his final-round woes, he still had a chance to claim the $10M FEC bonus, provided that McIlroy didn't win the tourney, but the Northern Irishman did in dramatic fashion. Both now lead their respective teams into this week's Ryder Cup.
Sep 25 - 7:50 PM

With a dramatic birdie on the fourth hole of sudden death, 6-seed Rory McIlroy eliminated 14-seed Ryan Moore and won the TOUR Championship as well as the FedExCup, snaring his 13th TOUR title in his 117th career start and pocketing the $10M dollar FedExCup bonus.

The 27-year-old bags his second TOUR win this postseason and second on 18 starts in 2015-16. It's his sixth career come-from-behind victory, second in his last three events, having also heisted the Deutsche Bank with a closing 65, erasing a six-shot deficit to win by two. The Ulsterman began the finale in a two-way T3 on 6-under, two shy of 54-hole co-leaders Dustin Johnson and Kevin Chappell. Playing out of the penultimate twosome with Moore, he fired a week and season-tying-low 64, erasing one bogey with five birdies and a hole-out eagle on the par-4 16th from 137 yards away, matching Moore and Chappell on 12-under 268. In sudden death, McIlroy went toe-to-toe with Moore for three holes, missing two earlier chances to win, but finally dispatched the American with a right-to-left birdie in fading daylight.
Sep 25 - 7:26 PM

5-seed Paul Casey painted a week-tying-low 6-under-par 32-32=64 in today's final round of the TOUR Championship to round off his third appearance on 9-under 271, up three places to solo fourth, three shots out of a three-man playoff involving Rory McIlroy, Ryan Moore and Kevin Chappell.

The 39-year-old matches his best at East Lake (T4/2010) and records his third straight top-5 finish, joining runners-up at the Deutsche Bank and BMW Championships. He did however, drop two places to seventh in the final FedExCup standings, just shy of a career-best 6th-place finish back in 2010. The Englishman began the finale in a two-way T7 on 3-under, five back of 54-hole co-leaders Dustin Johnson and Kevin Chappell. He squared a lone bogey-4 at the 16th, but camouflaged it with seven birdies on 13 greens in regulation, posting a tidy 1.462 putts per GIR. For the week, Casey tallied one eagle and 15 birdies against six bogeys and one double. His 64 is a season low in 74 rounds, brushing aside 66 five times.
Sep 25 - 6:54 PM

Grayson Murray spun a 3-under-par 36-32=68 in the final round of the Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship to claim the title at 12-under 272.

This is Murray's first Web.com Tour win, although he had already secured a 2016-17 PGA TOUR card with a strong 2016 season. This victory, combined with a third-place finish last week in Boise, has him second on the combined money list, meaning he will have excellent status on TOUR next year regardless of what happens next week. Cameron Smith was the runner-up at 11-under.
Sep 25 - 6:04 PM

PGA TOUR rookie and 9-seed Emiliano Grillo rallied for a 1-under-par 38-31=69 in today's final round of the TOUR Championship to post 2-under 278, projecting to drop two places to 11th in the final FedExCup standings.

The 24-year-old went out in birdie-less 3-over 38, squaring bogey-5s at Nos. 4, 5 and 7, but came home in bogey-free 4-under, circling birdies at 10, 12, 16 and 18. After opening in 73-70, he played his final 36 holes in 66-69 to climb back into a share of 10th-place, exactly where fellow rookie Si Woo Kim concluded. For the week, the Argentine totaled 13 birdies against 11 bogeys as he battled Kim for Rookie of the Year honors.
Sep 25 - 5:29 PM

24-seed Bubba Watson rounded off his seventh TOUR Championship with a 3-under-par 34-33=67 and reached 2-under 278, up four spots to T10 with play still in progress and is projecting at 21st in the FedExCup standings.

In a last ditch effort to secure the final Captain's Pick, the 37-year-old played the weekend in 66-67 after opening in 72-73. If the top 10 holds, it'll be just his fourth of the season in 19 starts, first since solo second at Doral 29 weeks ago. For the week, he totaled 14 birdies versus 10 bogeys and a double, concluding with four birdies against one bogey on eight (of 14) fairways and 14 greens in regulation.
Sep 25 - 5:18 PM

3-seed Adam Scott styled a bogey-free 5-under-par 33-32=65 in today's final round of the TOUR Championship to finish up his seventh appearance in the Playoffs finale on 4-under 276, up seven places on the live leaderboard to T7 and matching Sean O'Hair and Si Woo Kim for the low round of the week thus far. UPDATE: With play completed, three players posted better rounds of 64 and Scott finished in a two-way T8.

The 36-year-old won here in 2006, the last edition before the tourney became part of the FedExCup Playoffs. He entered the week off three straight top-5 finishes to begin the postseason and while that looks to come to an end, he will be the only player to record four top 10s. The Aussie posted rounds of 69-71-71 to begin R4 on 1-over (T14), two adrift of the overnight top 10. He split a week-best 10 (of 14) fairways and hit 14 greens in regulation, gaining 2.663 strokes approaching-the-green, currently No. 1 in the latter with a cumulative 6.250. Scott circled three birdies, each from inside of eight feet, adding a nine-footer for eagle at the par-5 18th, closing the season with a birdie-eagle finish.
Sep 25 - 4:47 PM

PGA TOUR rookie and 18-seed Si Woo Kim fired a bogey-free 5-under-par 32-33=65 in the final round of the TOUR Championship to post 2-under 278, up nine spots on the live leaderboard to T11 and tying Sean O'Hair and Adam Scott for the low round of the week in the clubhouse. UPDATE: With play completed, three players posted better rounds of 64s and Kim finished in a five-way T10.

The 21-year-old began the final frame on 3-over (T20) after opening in 67-72-74, four shy of the overnight top 10. He found eight (of 14) fairways and 13 greens in regulation, posting 1.615 putts per GIR and 2.758 SG: Putting. The South Korean circled birdies on Nos. 2, 4, 7, 13 and 17, three from between 13 and 21 feet, and also dropped three par-savers from between eight and 12 feet. In a head-to-head with fellow rookie Emiliano Grillo for Rookie of the Year honors, Grillo is currently even-par for the week and playing the 15th hole.
Sep 25 - 4:12 PM

Alexander Levy overcame late nerves to clinch a play-off victory over Ross Fisher in the Porsche European Open at Golf Resort Bad Griesbach after a final round 2-under-par 35-34=69 gave him a total of 19-under 194.

The Frenchman had started the day with a four shot lead and remained in control with three holes to play, holding a three shot advantage over playing partner Ross Fisher. But his bogey, and Fisher's birdie, at 16 transformed the contest, as did Levy's errant approach to the final green. It found a statue left of the green and he eventually had to hole from 8-feet for a bogey which forced the play-off. He then held his nerve, finally defeating the Englishman with a drained 30-foot birdie putt at the second extra hole. His front nine had inclued 3 birdies and 3 bogeys; his back nine 4 birdies before the two late dropped shots. He needed just 78 putts in regulation play, but was only 8-for-14 in Scrambling. "I saw the line and said to my caddie I've got it," he said of the winning putt afterwards. "It's so good after two years without a win." It is his third European Tour title.
Sep 25 - 12:13 PM

14-seed Ryan Moore signed for a week-tying-low 4-under-par 31-35=66 after the third round of the TOUR Championship to reach 6-under 204, up two places to T3, two back of 54-hole co-leaders Dustin Johnson and Kevin Chappell.

Chasing a Ryder Cup pick, the 33-year-old has posted progressively better laps of 70-68-66. Today's round started off with a bang, circling birdies on Nos. 1, 2, 5 and 7 to turn bogey-free 4-under, but stalled out from there, exchanging further birdies on 12 and 17 with bogeys at 11 and 15, missing a pair of par-savers from inside of nine feet. Moore carded his six par breakers on 12 greens in regulation for a tidy 1.500 putts per GIR, highlighted by a 38-footer for birdie-3 at the fifth. He saved par three times from between eight and 13 feet, contributing to 1.533 SG: Putting.
Sep 24 - 4:29 PM

6-seed Rory McIlroy matched the low round of the week with a bogey-free 4-under-par 34-32=66 on Moving Day at the TOUR Championship to reach 6-under 204, up two places to T3, two shy of 54-hole co-leaders Dustin Johnson and Kevin Chappell.

The World No. 3 won the second leg of the Playoffs at TPC Boston in come-from-behind fashion, erasing a six-shot deficit with a closing 65 to clip 54-hole leader Paul Casey by two. He's much closer this time after posting just the fourth bogey-free round of the week thus far. The Ulsterman began R3 in a three-way T5, five shy of Johnson. He finally conquered the first nine at East Lake, circling the par-4 eighth from 4'10" to turn 1-under, adding further birdies at 13 and 16, both from inside of eight feet, and a two-putt from 39'11" for birdie-4 at the 18th. He peppered 17 greens in regulation contributing to 4.306 SG: Tee-to-Green, but lost 1.356 strokes with the flat stick, missing four mid-range scoring chances from inside of 12 feet.
Sep 24 - 4:12 PM




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