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Sergio Garcia spun a 6-under-par 34-31=65 in the third round of the Deutsche Bank Championship and leads by two strokes over Henrik Stenson at 19-under 194 with 18 holes to play.

The Spaniard took his time in getting off the ground at TPC Boston, rolling in just two birdies on the opening nine. He would heat up on the inward nine, picking off five birdies to just one bogey including a two-putt birdie on the par-5 18th. As we've come to expect, the ball-striking was the key to his success. He split 12 (of 14) fairways and landed 15 GIR. His last PGA TOUR win was at the 2012 Wyndham Championship, also featuring a Monday finish. Currently 55th in the FedExCup standings, he will jump inside the top five with a victory.
Sun, Sep 1, 2013 07:16:00 PM

In what will go down as one of the strangest injuries of 2014, Jesper Parnevik broke a rib when he fell off a Segway.

OK, so Segways aren't as safe as we are led to believe. Brandt Snedeker banged up his knee in China while riding one last fall. However, there is video evidence of Parnevik's tumble. Click on the link below for the short clip. He was maneuvering around a small tree when he lost his balance and fell on the handle of the machine. It looks painful and it will cost him at least a few weeks of action. The Swede tagged the vid with this text: "Haha, of all injuries I'v [sic] had, this is the most ridiculous!! Broke a rib and had to withdraw from all events this month." He doesn't have any fantasy value unless you're in a pool that rewards odd sports injuries. If so, congratulations. You just won your league championship.
Jul 9 - 7:37 PM

Steve Stricker has elected not to compete in next week's Open Championship.

He said last week that he was going to wait to see how he played at Greenbrier and potentially this week at the John Deere Classic, but the time had come when he felt compelled to take a pass on the trip. He blew up for a 4-over-par 74 in the final round at The Old White TPC where he settled for a share of 35th place. Stricker is the all-time earnings leader at the JDC with consecutive victories in 2010-2012. He placed T10 last year.
Jul 8 - 11:56 AM

With a bogey-free, 6-under-par 32-34=66 at today's open qualifier at Pinnacle Country Club in Milan, Illinois, Andrew Ruthkoski earned a berth into the John Deere Classic.

Ruthkoski was the only of the four-spotters without a blemish today. He circled six birdies in regulation, and then survived a 3-for-2 playoff that eliminated Jace Long (34-32=66). Ruthkoski has cashed in three of his five career PGA TOUR starts, but hasn't pegged it in an event since missing the cut at the 2009 Buick Open. Ryan Lenahan (33-33=66; 7 birdies, 1 bogey) also survived today's playoff. At 7-under, 33-32=65, Raymond Knoll (1 eagle, 6 birdies, 1 bogey) and Armando Villarreal (8 birdies, 1 bogey) shared medalist honors. Lenahan, Knoll and Villareal will be making their PGA TOUR debuts. The field at TPC Deere Run is now complete at 156.
Jul 7 - 5:24 PM

Roger Sloan claimed his first Web.com Tour victory in a playoff over Derek Fathauer on a long day at the Nova Scotia Open.

The competitors were forced to log 36 holes in the final round due to the impact of Hurricane Arthur on Saturday at Ashburn Golf Club's New Course in Halifax. Make that 37 for Sloan and Fathauer, as they were tied at 11-under-par 273 at the end of regulation. Sloan closed with a 1-under 36-34=70 to Fathauer's 5-under 29-37=66. Returning to the par-4 18th for what would be the only hole of sudden death, Sloan's par was good enough as Fathauer settled for a 5. Sloan is Canadian, so there is no doubt that his victory on native soil in his 32nd Web.com Tour start will hold a special place in his heart for some time. After beginning the week at 80th on the money list, he's vaulted to 12th. Should he remain inside the top 25 at season's end, he would graduate to the PGA TOUR in 2014-15.
Jul 6 - 8:43 PM

With a 3-under-par 33-34=67 in his final round of The Greenbrier Classic, Steve Marino finished in a five-way share of 11th place at 8-under 272, good for $137,800.00, just $174.00 more than he needed to secure conditional status for the remainder of the season.

This was the final start on his Major Medical Extension for which he needed no worse than a solo fourth-place finish to retain status. With his secondary objective achieved, Marino will slide to the back of the line in the conditional status category and remain eligible for the FedExCup Playoffs. He's already committed to the John Deere Classic and is sure to wrangle a spot in the Reno-Tahoe Open in four weeks. Spots on merit in the RBC Canadian Open (July 24-27) and Wyndham Championship (Aug. 14-17) should be considered questionable until those fields are published on their preceding Fridays.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jul 6 - 6:43 PM

Ángel Cabrera captured The Greenbrier Classic title by two strokes over George McNeill with a 6-under-par 31-33=64 in the final round.

Playing in the final twosome, Cabrera ended his week at The Old White TPC at 16-under 264. The biggest highlight of his round also essentially put the tournament out of reach, as he holed out for eagle from 176 yards on the par-4 13th. He added six birdies and two bogeys to his scorecard, including a 35'2" birdie at the par-3 third and a 17'5" effort at the par-4 11th also drawing a loud applause. This is his third win on the PGA TOUR but the first in a non-major. His previous two victories came in the 2007 U.S. Open at Oakmont and the 2009 Masters. While he's known as a long driver, it was his accuracy that fueled his performance this week. He ranked fourth in fairways hit, first in green in regulation and finished sixth in strokes gained-putting. Cabrera entered the week 158th in the FedExCup standings, but moved all the way to 54th. With this win, he is exempt into the PGA Championship.
Jul 6 - 5:56 PM

Cameron Tringale spun a 1-under-par 33-36=69 in the final round of The Greenbrier Classic to post 9-under 271, good for a seven-way share of fourth place.

Tringale had a quiet stroll around The Old White TPC, circling two birdies and tapping in 15 pars until a messy three-putt bogey to end his tournament. His 16'11" birdie at the par-4 14th was the highlight. By virtue of his finish, the 26-year-old has qualified for his first Open Championship. The top four inside the top 12 and ties at Greenbrier not otherwise exempt into the major earned exemptions. George McNeill finished alone in second place for the first berth. Whether he accepts remains unknown since his sister died today. Five of the seven at T4 were previously ineligible, so the Official World Golf Ranking was used as the tiebreaker. Chris Stroud (85th) will also make his debut in the major. Tringale ranks 121st, while Billy Hurley III (197th) wrapped up the last tee time available today, shutting out Bud Cauley (295th) and Will Wilcox (331st).
Jul 6 - 5:40 PM

George McNeill twirled a bogey-free, 9-under-par 28-33=61 in his final round of The Greenbrier Classic to post 14-under-par 266, two strokes in arrears of champion Ángel Cabrera.

En route to what is his career low on the PGA TOUR, McNeill enjoyed one highlight that stood above the others. He recorded a hole-in-one with a 4-iron from 219 yards on the par-3 eighth hole. That ace came at the end of a run preceded by four consecutive birdies. Of his seven birdies on the day, the notable measured 24'11" at the par-4 sixth and 10'1" at the par-4 10th. As one would imagine, McNeill's game was clicking on all cylinders. He split 11 (of 14) fairways, landed 16 GIR and gained over three strokes with the putter at the time of his posting. After his round, GolfChannel.com's Jason Sobel tweeted that McNeill's oldest sister died today and that the golfer was informed after his round. He is expected to withdraw from this week's John Deere Classic as a result, but Sobel reported on Golf Channel that McNeill will accept the exemption he earned into The Open Championship today.
Jul 6 - 3:53 PM

Bud Cauley fired a 6-under-par 32-32=64 in the final round of The Greenbrier Classic and is the first to post 9-under 271.

Cauley gave the fans positioned in the sky boxes surrounding the 18th green something to remember. He landed his 7-iron on the par 3 measuring 176 yards today just short of the hole and watched it roll into the cup for a hole-in-one. His first 17 holes featured six birdies and two bogeys, so he had it going all day long. Highlights were abundant, as four of his birdies were longer than 12 feet, with a 29'3" effort on the par-5 12th the longest.
Jul 6 - 2:08 PM

Thanks to his fourth-place finish at the Alstom Open de France, Sweden's Robert Karlsson has qualified for The Open Championship.

The top three golfers inside the top 10 in Paris not otherwise exempt into the season's third major punched tickets to Hoylake. Karlsson carded a 2-under-par 35-34=69 today to finish two strokes back of champion Graeme McDowell and secure the first of the berths. He'll be making his 17th appearance in The Open Championship. Michael Hoey of Northern Ireland finished alone in seventh at Le Golf National to wrap up the second tee time up for grabs. He's 0-for-2 in the major (2001, 2012). Despite a Sunday 76, Frenchman Victor Riu hung on to place eighth and the final exemption available. He'll be making his PGA TOUR debut at Royal Liverpool.
Jul 6 - 11:29 AM

Graeme McDowell successfully defended his title at the Alstom Open de France at Le Golf National in Paris.

G-Mac began the finale eight strokes back of Kevin Stadler, who was poised for the wire-to-wire victory. Instead, the American blew up for a 5-over-par 41-35=76 to settle for a share of runner-up honors with Thailand's Thongchai Jaidee. McDowell, who played in the fifth-to-last pairing, closed with a 4-under 34-33=67 that included a bogey-5 at the 72nd hole. He posted 5-under 279. Stadler stood over a par putt inside the leather at the last to force a playoff, but he clunked it by. It's the Ulsterman's 10th European Tour title. He's now officially exempt into the World Golf Championships-Bridgestone Invitational.
Jul 6 - 11:18 AM




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