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Seung-yul Noh put away the Nationwide Children's Hospital Championship with ease, signing for a final-round 2-under-par 34-35=69 and winning by five over Edward Loar at 12-under 272.

With this victory, Noh locks up a PGA TOUR card for 2013-14 and assumes the top position on the Web.com Tour Finals money list. His final lap around the Ohio State University's Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio, included four birdies to just two bogeys. He had the perfect formula of aggression and caution, tying for second with 17 birdies while his five bogeys were tied for least in the field. His 2012 PGA TOUR season was a disappointing one to be sure, but the future has taken on a brighter tone.
Sun, Sep 15, 2013 05:18:00 PM

Multiple reports over the last few months have indicated that Luke Donald will not compete in next week's World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship so that he can attend his brother's wedding.

GolfChannel.com's Rex Hoggard may have been the first to report the news on Twitter on Jan. 20. The top 64 in the current Official World Golf Ranking secured a berth into the tournament. Donald is currently 50th and still has until this Friday to officially commit, but given the important occasion, it's unlikely that he'll appear in the published field. That would open the door for Miguel Angel Jiménez at 65th in the OWGR. Tim Clark (57th) is probably the greatest threat not to play due to injury, but he hasn't officially withdrawn yet. Francesco Molinari is 66th in the OWGR, but has already indicated that he's nursing a wrist injury until mid-May. Therefore, Mikko Ilonen (67th) would get the call to replace Clark or anyone other WD at TPC Harding Park next week.
Apr 20 - 6:54 PM

Branden Grace has decided to focus on next week's World Golf Championships-Cadillac Match Play Championship instead of giving it a go at this week's Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

The South African withdrew from the Zurich despite being granted a foreign exemption to compete. With his T12 at the RBC Heritage, he rose three spots to 39th in the Official World Golf Ranking, so he'll be busy enough the next two weeks chasing titles at TPC Harding Park and TPC Sawgrass.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Apr 20 - 12:34 PM

With a 4-under-par 34-34=68 in the final round of the El Bosque Mexico Championship, overnight leader Wes Roach recorded a four-stroke victory over Patton Kizzire and Kevin Tway.

The 26-year-old parlayed his bogey-free 65 in the third round into his first title in 54 starts on the Web.com Tour. Roach circled six birdies against two bogeys at El Bosque Golf Club today to post 17-under 271. He suffered only four bogeys all week. Thanks also to a T3 in Chile four weeks ago, the former PGA TOUR member is now second on the money list of the Web.com Tour with $166,917. That would have been good enough to finish inside the top 25 before the Web.com Tour Finals last season, so as long as he continues to make cuts, Roach should be back in the big leagues this fall.
Apr 19 - 7:41 PM

Branden Grace authored a 2-under-par 34-35=69 in today's final round of the RBC Heritage and posted 12-under 272, good for a share of seventh place.

A winner abroad multiple times, Grace finally collects his first top 10 in 35 PGA TOUR starts. It wasn't a walk in the park, however. The 26-year-old South African struggled with his ball-striking all day, finding eight (of 14) fairways and just nine greens in regulation. Fortunately, he went 7-for-9 in scrambling to salvage what could have otherwise been a catapult in the wrong direction. Grace circled four birdies in his first 11 holes against a lone bogey on the par-4 eighth. His round ended in what could only be described as a grind. Starting at No. 13, he missed his final six GIR but managed to save par by one-putting five times.
Apr 19 - 5:12 PM

Kevin Kisner spun a bogey-free 7-under-par 32-32=64 in the final round of the RBC Heritage to post 18-under 266, and then lost on the second playoff hole to Jim Furyk.

The 31-year-old came oh-so-close to becoming the first South Carolinian to win the tournament in its 47-year history. Kisner came to the 18th hole needing birdie to force a playoff and he delivered, calmly sinking a 6'8" putt to go to extra time. He buried a mid-range birdie on the same green on the first hole of the playoff, but his try for birdie on the par-3 17th never threatened, thus opening the door for Furyk to take the title. Kisner entered the final round three shots off the overnight lead. To show he meant business, he eagled the par-5 second, holing out from eight yards right of the hole. He added another chip-in for birdie on the par-5 fifth and followed with his first actual birdie putt of the round on the par-4 sixth. Kisner stagnated in the middle of the round with pars on Nos. 7-13, but circled back-to-back birdies on Nos. 14 and 15 to set the stage for his clutch birdie on the last. His consolation is a career-best finish on the PGA TOUR.
Apr 19 - 3:25 PM

With a birdie on the second playoff hole, Jim Furyk emerged with victory at the RBC Heritage.

This was Furyk's day, and it was a long time coming. He closed out the tournament with nine birdies en route to an-under-par 30-33=63 to post 18-under 266. Kevin Kisner would later match to force the playoff. After the duo traded birdies at the par-4 18th hole to open the playoff, Kisner missed his birdie try from about 20 feet at the par-3 17th. Furyk then converted from about 12 feet for birdie and the title. It's his second victory at Harbour Town (2010) and 17th on the PGA TOUR but first since the TOUR Championship later that season. He started the finale placed T5 and four shots back of the overnight lead. On the day, he striped 11 (of 14) fairways and hit 16 greens in regulation, requiring 26 putts. Furyk dropped only one shot with a three-putt bogey. Furyk's set included four birdies from outside 13 feet, culminating with a bomb from 48'2" at the par-4 eighth as he closed out his outward nine with four consecutive birdies.
Apr 19 - 2:09 PM

With inclement weather expected this afternoon in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, the final round of the RBC Heritage began at 7:30 a.m. ET

Tournament organizers sent threesomes off split tees with the leaders going off No. 1 at 9:30 a.m. Bill Haas went out in the first group off the first tee and carded a 2-under-par 33-36=69 to post 6-under 278. At last check, he sat T30 on the leaderboard. It was almost predictable, too. Since opening the season with a T22 at The McGladrey Classic, Haas has alternated finishes outside the top 45 with top 25s. He shared 12th place at last week's Masters, so this week's effort projects to break the drought without a top 45 every other week, but it's hardly impressive on its own.
Apr 19 - 12:07 PM

Kiradech Aphibarnrat beat Chinese teenager Li Hao-Tong in a playoff to secure a dramatic win at the inaugural Shenzhen International.

The Thai posted a closing even-par 37-35=72 at Genzon GC to match Li's clubhouse target of 12-under 276 before returning to 18 and sinking a lengthy birdie putt to seal victory. Aphibarnrat looked to have blown his chances after slipping from two in front at start of play to two behind walking off 16. But at 17 he drained an 18-foot effort for eagle to gain a share of the lead again before parring the last to get himself into a playoff. This is Aphibarnrat's second European Tour title and first since the 2013 Maybank Malaysian Open. He said: "Special thanks to my caddie, he was always pushing me. When we were two behind on the last two holes he said you have not lost, we have not signed the scorecard yet and he was completely right. I had a chance to win in 72 holes but the putt in the playoff is the best putt I have ever made in my life." Aphibarnrat split 12 (of 14) fairways on Sunday and hit 15 greens in regulation but a cold putter (he needed 34 swishes) almost cost him.
Apr 19 - 7:30 AM

Overnight leader Troy Merritt carded a 2-under-par 35-34=69 in his third round of the RBC Heritage to post 14-under 199, good for a three-stroke margin entering the final round.

Fresh off a course-record-tying 61, Merritt entered today as the 36-hole leader by four shots over Matt Kuchar and John Merrick. Paired with Kuchar (defending champion) in the final group, this was the first time that he's held the weekend lead in 85 PGA TOUR starts. If there were nerves, Merritt didn't show it early finding his first six greens in regulation and circling birdies on the par-5 second and the par-4 third holes. After a par save from short of the green on seven, the first sign of potential trouble came on the eighth when he rinsed his approach, eventually swallowing a one-putt double bogey-6. A bounce-back birdie on the ninth showed some moxie for the 29-year-old, his third circle on the round. Despite struggling off the tee on his homeward half, Merritt's iron play was steady. He missed only one green in regulation coming into the house. He added his fourth and final birdie of the day on the par-3 14th.
Apr 18 - 6:37 PM

Kiradech Aphibarnrat converted nine birdies in his third round of the Shenzhen International, but settled for a 4-under-par 32-36=68 to post 12-under 204, good for a two-stroke margin entering Sunday's finale.

Aphibarnrat played alongside 36-hole leader Peter Uihlein and promptly sent a message with birdies on the first three holes of Genzon Golf Club in Shenzhen. The 25-year-old Thai then traded three birdies with two bogeys before the turn. He kept it floored with birdies at 10, 11 and 13, but double-bogeyed the par-5 17th and squared a bogey-5 at the last. "First, I made three straight birdies to jump up at the top," he said. "I was still hitting the ball great on the back. Then I made a big mistake on last two holes, not the way to finish. ... I lost the focus on the short putt on 17. That is the big turn, the big key for me after Peter made birdie, and we swung three shots on that. That's a big move. But I made a mistake and I lost some concentration." Uihlein shot 1-under 35-36=71 and sits alone in second place to set up another pairing with the leader.
Apr 18 - 1:02 PM

Marc Leishman is included in the published field of next week's Zurich Classic of New Orleans.

This is great news. It implies that his wife is stable and recovering from her recent health scare. He hasn't played since missing the cut at Bay Hill and he hasn't cashed since a T51 at The Honda Classic. In his only previous appearance at TPC Louisiana, he missed the cut in 2009.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Apr 17 - 6:47 PM




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