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Victor Dubuisson held on to win the Turkish Airlines Open by two strokes for what is his first victory on the European Tour.

After sharing the lead with three others at the midpoint, the Frenchman slept on the 54-hole lead alone. He then closed with a 3-under-par 35-34=69 to post 24-under 264, two clear of runner-up Jamie Donaldson. Dubuisson parred his first nine holes today before finding four birdies to offset a lone bogey coming home. His margin of victory was defined by birdies at the last two holes. "I don't know how to describe it," he said. "I felt so much pressure on the last hole. Holing this putt on 17 was like; it was incredible ... and the birdie on 18, it's a bonus. But even on the last putt, I was feeling so much stress. After this day, it was the longest day on the course that I've ever had. I'm very proud of what I did." Donaldson carded a 9-under 32-31=63 that included eight birdies and an ace at the par-3 16th hole. Dubuisson started the week 108th in the Official World Golf Ranking and will climb to ~35th. The win also exempts him into the 2014 WGC-Bridgestone Invite.
Sun, Nov 10, 2013 11:22:00 AM

Dicky Pride picked up the win at the WinCo Foods Portland Open with a 4-under-par 34-33=67 in the final round to finish three-strokes ahead of Tim Herron at 20-under 264.

With this victory, Pride moves from 40th to fifth on the Web.com Tour money list and earns a 2015-16 PGA TOUR card. His stroll around Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club's Witch Hollow Course included three birdies and an eagle to just one bogey. The flat stick was his saving grace, ranking T2 in putting average at 1.60 for the tournament. As amazing as it sounds, this is his first Web.com Tour win in 149 starts. His lone PGA TOUR win in 433 events came at the 1994 FedEx St. Jude Classic, so the Alabama product in the winner's circle truly is like spotting a unicorn.
Aug 30 - 9:30 PM

With his mettle tested, overnight leader Thomas Pieters closed out the D+D REAL Czech Masters with a 3-under-par 36-33=69 to post 20-under 268, good for a three-stroke victory, his first on the European Tour.

He opened with a birdie-4 on the first hole of Albatross Golf Resort in Prague. After a par at 2, he double-bogeyed the par-3 third. It would be his only miscue of the day as Pieters rallied for four more birdies, including a coronation-starting 3 at the last. "To be a European Tour winner is an amazing feeling right now," said the 23-year-old from Belgium. "I’m happy to have my family with me and I’m very proud of the way I played today, especially after that early double. I had some really good numbers coming in on the back nine so I could hit it full. On 18 I had a perfect number and I hit a good shot and good putt, which was a nice way to finish. ... I was very nervous coming down the stretch to be honest. That just goes away the more you are in contention, and I’m looking forward to doing it again." Sweden's Pelle Edberg finished alone in second place. England's Matt Fitzpatrick took outright third four swings back of Pieters.
Aug 30 - 8:09 PM

Henrik Stenson carded a 4-under-par 32-34=66 in the finale of The Barclays to conclude his fifth appearance at 13-under 267, good for a solo, runner-up finish, but a distant six shots in arrears of champion Jason Day.

Stenson began his final frame at 9-under (T4) and two adrift of 54-hole, co-leaders Day and Sangmoon Bae. After opening in 68-66-67, he wrapped with a six-birdie against two-bogey effort, recording four rounds in the 60s for the first time in five appearances at the FedExCup opener. It's easily his best finish in the tournament, erasing a T38 in last year's edition at Ridgewood CC. The Swede squared bogey at the par-4 second after missing the green in regulation, one of just three missed greens on the loop. For the week, he ranked third in GIR (at 58/72), was a cumulative 12.244 in strokes gained: tee-to-green, second in the field, but 30th in strokes gained: putting, including a three-putt bogey at the par-5 16th, which ended his title chance. The 39-year-old circled six on the card in-between his two bogeys en route to his second runner-up finish of the season (Arnold Palmer) on just 13 starts. Additionally, he moves from 41st in the FEC standings to fourth.
Aug 30 - 7:03 PM

Overnight co-leader Jason Day roasted Plainfield Country Club with a bogey-free, 8-under-par 31-31=62 to conclude his eighth appearance at 19-under 261, the lowest 72-hole aggregate in the nine-year history of The Barclays in the FedExCup Playoffs format, and a six-shot victory over runner-up Henrik Stenson.

After opening in 68-68-63, Day began championship Sunday sharing the lead with playing partner Sangmoon Bae. On his round, he landed seven (of 14) fairways and peppered 16 greens in regulation, registering a sterling 1.500 putts per GIR and 3.830 in strokes gained: putting. The Aussie circled eight on the card in the finale, finishing the week with 21 birdies (T2 in that stat), an eagle, and first in the field with just four bogeys. His 62 matches the low round of the tournament and matches his career best as well. Day rode his 20th consecutive round of par-or-better to his sixth career title (168 starts), fourth this season, and third in his last four starts. It's also his second straight 54-hole lead/co-lead that he's converted, including his win at the PGA Championship in his last event. The 27-year-old takes over the FedExCup lead with the win, supplanting Jordan Spieth, who missed the cut.
Aug 30 - 6:14 PM

Brian Harman aced the 218-yard, par-3 14th with a hybrid club (see video link below), his second hole-in-one of the round, to move back to even-par on the day and even for the tournament, currently T46 on the live leaderboard.

Harman had registered a pedestrian 21 putts thru his first 14 holes, but it doesn't matter, after he became just the third player in PGA TOUR history to record two aces in the same round. The last time, Yusaku Miyazato at the 2006 Reno-Tahoe Open. The 28-year-old also aced the 183-yard, par-3 third. Interestingly enough, both chased bogey-5s, so the southpaw is definitely improving his bounce-back stat, where he ranks 160th on the PGA TOUR. Harman entered the week 69th in the FedExCup standings and projects 67th with play still in progress. He had zero aces in over 1,500 par 3s played on TOUR prior to today.
Aug 30 - 1:04 PM

Jason Day authored a 7-under-par 31-32=63 in the third round of The Barclays to reach the three-quarter pole at 11-under 199, good for share of the clubhouse lead with Sangmoon Bae. UPDATE: With play completed, Day shares a one-stroke lead with Bae heading into Sunday's final round.

Day had played 20 holes without a blemish prior to squaring bogey at the par-4 17th, the result of finding trouble off the tee. He started a new streak with a 10'6" sidewinder at the par-4 18th for his seventh par breaker of the round. The Aussie began Moving Day in a seven-way tie for eighth at 4-under, three adrift and playing with Bae five groups ahead of 36-hole leader Bubba Watson. On his loop, he landed eight (of 14) fairways, for a third consecutive round, and hit 15 greens in regulation, circling six birdies and an eagle-3 for 1.533 putts per GIR. The 27-year-old's 63 is his best at The Barclays in 30 career rounds, besting a 64 he shot in last year's edition (Ridgewood CC) where he finished tied runner-up after co-leading thru 54 holes.
Aug 29 - 5:27 PM

Sangmoon Bae authored a 7-under-par 30-33=63 in today's third round of The Barclays in Edison, New Jersey, to post 11-under 199, good for a share of the 54-hole clubhouse lead with Jason Day. UPDATE: With Saturday's play completed, Bae shares a one-stroke lead with Day heading into Sunday's finale.

Bae began his loop in a seven-way logjam at 4-under (T8) and three adrift. Facing a two-year military commitment back in his native South Korea, he circled nine on the card to camouflage two bogeys and shares the top spot in the clubhouse with playing partner Day. Bae penciled four in a bogey-free outward half, including a 19-footer at the par-4 seventh and a 26-footer at the par-4 fifth, respectively. After the break, he overshadowed two bogeys at Nos. 10 and 17 with five birdies, including three consecutive on 14-16. The 29-year-old capped his round with a walk-off 3 from 16'3" at the last. His 63 is a season low on 85 rounds and matches a career mark shot in the first round of the 2014 Sony Open. His three-day total of 21 birdies ranks first in the tournament at last check.
Aug 29 - 5:10 PM

PGA TOUR rookie Carlos Ortiz smoothed a bogey-free, 8-under-par 31-31=62 in today's third round of The Barclays to post 7-under 203, good for the early 54-hole clubhouse lead.

Ortiz began the day one better than the cut-line at 1-over (T50) and eight shots adrift of 36-hole leader Bubba Watson. With the lead pairing still an hour from heading out, Ortiz was putting the wraps on an eight-birdie loop of Plainfield CC, vaulting 49 places on the live leaderboard to tie the top spot. On his round, he split 11 (of 14) fairways and landed just 12 greens in regulation, but registered 4.880 in strokes gained: putting and 1.417 putts per GIR at the time he signed his card. The 24-year-old's set included six conversions from inside nine feet and was highlighted by a hole-out, birdie-4 from a green-side bunker at the 16th. His 62 is career best in 95 rounds, eclipsing a 65 he shot in the final round of the 2014-15 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Aug 29 - 1:26 PM

Thomas Pieters hung up a 7-under-par 31-34=65 in round three of the D+D REAL Czech Masters and holds a one-shot lead over Pelle Edberg after 54 holes.

And yet his margin could have been wider. At the 11th hole, Pieters struck his second shot from the rough but then discovered he'd played the wrong ball. That incurred a two-shot penalty and turned a par into a double bogey-6. He responded with three birdies in his next five holes and meant he didn't waste a golden start which saw him bag an eagle-3 at the opening holes and add birdies at 2, 8, 9 and 10. The 65 took him to 17-under 199, one clear of Edberg and four in front of Thorbjorn Olesen in third. Matt Fitzpatrick and Robert Dinwiddie (both -12) are the only other players double digits under par so Pieters is in great position to land his first European Tour title. The 23-year-old, who hit 17 greens in regulation in round three, said, "The 11th hurts a little bit because it is my mistake. It could have been a lower one but I’m still really happy with the way I played. I need to stay patient tomorrow."
Aug 29 - 12:57 PM

Sergio Garcia is not among the commitments to next week's Deutsche Bank Championship.

This is interesting. He's already sitting out The Barclays, but the expectation was for him to return at TPC Boston on Sept. 4. Now, even though the commitment deadline was today at 5:00 p.m. ET, the field won't be set officially until the conclusion of play at Plainfield Country Club this weekend, so perhaps Garcia pops up when the published field is updated on Monday, just don't bet on it. He's 31st in the FedExCup standings, but the only other time he's sat out the first two legs was in 2010 when he started the Playoffs slotted 101st and took two months off for personal reasons. The Spaniard also took a pass on the DBC in 2012 and 2014 before resuming his schedule at the BMW Championship both times. He's advanced to East Lake in each of the last three years. If he commits to the field of 70 at this year's BMW (Sept. 17-20), he'll have some confidence in knowing that he tied for 18th the first time Conway Farms hosted in 2013.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Aug 28 - 9:16 PM

At 5-over-par 72-73=145, Brooks Koepka missed the cut at The Barclays by three strokes.

It's his first MC in 10 starts. He striped only six (of 14) fairways in each round but manufactured 12 scoring opportunities in both strolls around Plainfield Country Club. Alas, Koepka connected for only one eagle and three birdies while dropping 10 shots with eight bogeys and a double. Other notables who missed the cut include: 143--Brandt Snedeker; Rickie Fowler; Gary Woodland; Will Wilcox ... 144--Chris Kirk; Brendon de Jonge; Adam Scott ... 145--Brendan Steele; Nick Watney ... 147--Keegan Bradley; Daniel Berger; Scott Brown; Jonas Blixt ... 148--Marc Leishman; Boo Weekley ... 149--defending champion Hunter Mahan; Davis Love III ... 150--David Lingmerth; Ryan Moore ... 152--Ian Poulter ... 153--Billy Horschel.
Aug 28 - 7:53 PM




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