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Guan Tianlang cruises into the weekend at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans where he's 3-under-par 72-69=141 after 36 holes.

Success is relative. He's nine shots off the pace of the 36-hole clubhouse lead with weekend hole locations looming, but he's 14 years of age. That he's now 2-for-2 in PGA TOUR starts is above the expectations of even the most hopeful of supporters. Tianlang has split 21 (of 28) fairways and hit 22 greens in regulation. He's wiped away five bogeys with eight birdies, including a zero-putt six-yarder from just off the green at the 16th hole today. It would be reckless to suggest that he has fantasy value, so just continue to enjoy the show.
Fri, Apr 26, 2013 03:41:00 PM

Webb Simpson rallied for a 2-under-par 36-32=68 in today's final round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational to conclude his third appearance on 13-under 267, down one spot into a two-way T3, four back of champion Jordan Spieth.

This was the 30-year-old's first start since welcoming his fourth child on May 10th and first appearance at Colonial CC since back-to-back missed cuts in 2009-10. He co-led after 36 holes with 65-67 and began the finale in a two-way T2 on 11-under, one shy of Spieth. Playing out of the final threesome, he bobbed and weaved to a two-birdie three-bogey 36 and dropped to tied sixth at the break. Simpson righted the ship from there, coming home in bogey-free 3-under, circling the 11th from 11'2" and back-to-backs on 16 and 17, both from inside of seven feet. This is his first top 10 of the season in 11 starts and first since T6 at the Wyndham in his home state last August.
May 29 - 7:33 PM

Harris English hung up a 4-under-par 32-34=66 in the final round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational for a 72-hole tally of 14-under 266, up two spots to solo second, three shy of champion and 54-hole leader Jordan Spieth.

Playing out of the penultimate threesome, the 26-year-old began the finale on 10-under (T4) after opening his fourth DDI in 67-69-64, two back of Spieth. He raced out with a hole-out eagle at the par-5 first from 83 yards away and added back-to-back birdies on holes 7 and 8. The Georgian "saved" bogey-5 on the ninth from 8'4" after putting his second into the water to turn 2-under. He reached 14-under total after birdie at the 10th and at that point, led by one over two players and by two over Spieth. English birdied the 11th before squaring the 12th (failed sand save) and then mustered six straight pars to close while Spieth raced by with an inward 30. It's still a season best in his 18th event and second career runner-up in his 128th start.
May 29 - 6:34 PM

Overnight leader Jordan Spieth rallied for a 5-under-par 35-30=65 in today's final round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational to post 17-under 263, good for a three-shot win over runner-up Harris English, and his eighth PGA TOUR title in his 95th career start.

The Texan claims his second title of the season in his 12th event and first since the 2016 Hyundai TOC in January, where he also was the 54-hole leader. He was part of a three-way T2 here last year in his third appearance, and returned to finish the job, winning in his home state for the first time on TOUR. The 22-year-old began the finale with a one-shot lead over two players. He opened with nine consecutive pars, highlighted by a 32'2" par-saver at the eighth, and trailed English by two at the break. Spieth came home in six-birdie one-bogey 30, including three straight on Nos. 10-12, and three consecutive to finish, culminating with a pitch-in birdie on the 71st hole and a walk-off birdie-3 from 34'0".
May 29 - 6:05 PM

Chris Wood blitzed the front nine in 29 shots on his way to a breakthrough victory in the BMW PGA Championship over the famous West Course at Wentworth.

The Englishman began the day 3 shots off the lead, but immediately thrust himself into genuine contention with a magnificent approach to the 473-yard par-4 1st hole which left him a mere 2-feet for birdie. He dropped the putt and when he drained another from 20-feet for eagle on No. 4 he was flying. Red numbers followed at 5, 7 and 9 as he made the turn 6-under the card, at which point he had escaped the field and held a 4-shot lead. The back nine was a struggle. He dropped a shot on 10, got it back on 11, and worse was to follow: shaky bogeys on 14, 16 and 17 made for a nervous conclusion, but he completed the par on 18 that confirmed the win. The 54-hole leader in 2010, Wood went backwards in round four. This year he made up for it with a 3-under-par final round of 29-40=69 for a winning 9-under 279 total and a one shot victory over Rikard Karlberg. "One thing helped," he said afterwards, "we had perfect numbers all day and that makes scoring a lot easier."
May 29 - 12:18 PM

The final round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational began at 10:19 a.m. CT with threesomes off split tees. UPDATE: With a closing 1-under-par 33-36=69, Chris Kirk finished T15 in his title defense.

When third round play was completed on Saturday, the original plan for Sun. was twosomes off a single tee. Overnight rain nixed that idea and officials pushed back start times a little over three hours. The final threesome consisting of 54-hole leader Jordan Spieth, Ryan Palmer and Webb Simpson are scheduled out at 12:20 p.m. After opening in twin 70s to make the cut by one, defender Kirk dialed-up a 5-under 65 (six birdies, one bogey) in R3 to vault 29 places to T15. He is in the sixth-to-last group off No. 1 tee and begins the final round seven back of Spieth.
May 29 - 11:24 AM

Ryan Palmer authored a 4-under-par 34-32=66 in today's third round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational for a 54-hole tally of 11-under 199, up one into a two-way T2, one back of leader Jordan Spieth.

The Texas A&M alum played 28 holes on Saturday. Before he could begin his third round, he returned earlier in the morning to finish off 10 holes leftover from his second frame on Friday. The Colonial CC member showed no signs of fatigue, kicking-off with back-to-back birdies but did give them back with consecutive dropped shots on holes 4 and 5 on failed scrambles. The 39-year-old righted the ship from there, playing his final 13 holes in bogey-free 4-under, circling Nos. 9, 11, 15 and 16. He had a prime scoring chance on the par-4 18th from just 37 inches, but missed. Nonetheless, Palmer earned the final Sunday pairing with fellow Texan Spieth.
May 28 - 7:36 PM

Second-round co-leader Webb Simpson pieced together a 3-under-par 33-34=67 in the third round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational to post 11-under 199, down one into a two-way T2, one shy of 54-hole leader Jordan Spieth.

Grouped with Spieth in final threesome, the 30-year-old began the third round co-leading with Martin Piller -- the third member of the final threesome -- one clear of four players, including Spieth. He found eight (of 14) fairways and 11 greens in regulation, posting 2.807 SGTTG but a pedestrian -0.336 in SGP. The North Carolinian circled six against three bogeys, including a walk-off 5 at the last, lipping-out a par-saver from just from 38 inches. He carded five conventional birdies, all from 12 feet and in, and added a hole-out birdie-3 from a greenside bunker at the 14th. Simpson's bogey at the last dropped him out of the final pairing on Sunday.
May 28 - 7:20 PM

Jordan Spieth smoothed a 5-under-par 32-33=65 in today's third round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational to reach the three-quarter mark on 12-under 198, good for a one-shot lead over Ryan Palmer, who shot 66, and 36-hole co-leader Webb Simpson (67).

The Texan squared a lone bogey, his first in his last 29 holes, but it came on his final hole. His tee shot on the 18th was pulled left into the rough, stymied by a tree, and was unable to get up-and-down from 28 yards short of the green, missing his par putt from nine feet. It was a somewhat disappointing finish to what was otherwise a vintage navigation of Colonial CC. Spieth mustered four (of 14) fairways and 11 greens in regulation with five conventional birdies, each from inside of 12 feet, and added a chip-in from 31'11" away at the 11th for birdie-4. This is his third 54-hole lead of the season winning the Hyundai TOC by eight and losing the Masters by three.
May 28 - 6:58 PM

Harris English fashioned a 6-under-par 33-31=64 in the third round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational to post 10-under 200, up 12 places to T3 and a season best in his 60th round.

Play is still in progress but the 26-year-old is the clubhouse leader in birdies thru 54 holes with 18. He circled six and five, respectively, in his first two laps en route to 67-69, but removed some of the luster with five bogeys and a double bogey-5. The Georgian limited the damage in the third frame to a lone bogey at the par-3 fourth, three-putting from 53'4", and more than erased it with seven birdies on 17 greens in regulation. His split featured three from between 13 and 17 feet with a long of 42'2" on the par-4 12th. English had a chance for one better but missed from 5'2" at the 18th.
May 28 - 5:51 PM

Matt Kuchar twirled a bogey-free 7-under-par 29-34=63 in today's third round of the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational to reach 7-under 203, up 33 on the live leaderboard to T11 and good for the low round of the week.

For a second day in a row, the 37-year-old arrived at the par-4 ninth (his last) with a stellar round going. He was bogey-free 6-under yesterday and ate a triple bogey-7 to knock the gloss off it. The Florida native was blemish-free 7-under upon arrival to the ninth today, and managed a routine two-putt par. He went out in 1-under 34, circling a single birdie at the par-5 11th (from 15'4"), but went nuts after the break with six birdies over his first seven holes, including four straight on holes 4-7 -- highlighted by a long of the day dropping from 21'5" at the par-4 fifth. Kuchar's 63 is a season best in his 53rd round and a tourney best in his 33rd round.
May 28 - 5:29 PM

Scott Hend endured a rollercoaster ride in round three, but ended the day with an imperious eagle on the last which left him alone at the top of the leaderboard after a 1-over-par 36-37=73, good enough for a 54-hole total of 9-under 207.

The two-time European Tour winner experienced frustration, tree difficulties and a confrontation with the gallery (on 14) before the final hole drama allowed him to recover some poise. And yet after 11 holes it had all seemed so serene thanks to 9 pars, one bogey on 7 and a birdie on 11. It gave him a 2-shot lead and he duly smashed his drive on the par-5 12th 331-yards down the fairway. However he failed to make birdie, found his drive at the next stuck close to a tree and barely moved it with his second. It led to bogey, the first of three on the bounce, and he approached the last hole one behind the lead. But for the second day running he notched eagle, this time sending a majestic 160-yard 8-iron approach to 3 feet and dropping the putt with minimum fuss. He heads into the final round one ahead of Tyrell Hatton and two clear of Lee Westwood and YE Yang. "Obviously it's a big one," he said after the round, "but right now it's just another tournament. What will be will
May 28 - 12:49 PM




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