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George McNeill withdrew from the OHL Classic at Mayakoba following his opening round, citing a back injury.

McNeill posted a 4-over-par 35-40=75 that was end-weighted by bogeys on six of his last seven holes. After playing his first 11 holes in 2-under with only one bogey, his conclusion would seem to indicate that he's ill or has suffered an injury. He started the season 3-for-3 with a pair of top 25s and two 62 on his first 12 rounds.
Fri, Nov 15, 2013 09:29:00 AM

Wade Ormsby caressed a magnificent 8-under-par 30-34=64 to claim the round one lead in the BMW International Open at Golfclub Munchen Eichenried, one clear of Thomas Detry.

Coming off three missed cuts, the Australian revealed in his post-round Sky Sports interview that he was uncomfortable with his ball-striking and arrived at the course early for a lesson with his coach. It is something, he added, "that is unusual for me." Perhaps that should change because he was electric on the back nine (his first), ticking 11, 12 and 13 in a row before closing with three more birdies in four holes at 15, 16 and 18. Becalmed for five holes on the front nine, he closed the round out with more red at the two front nine par-5s, 6 and 9. It’s only the second round one lead of his career. The previous came at the 2015 KLM Open when he carded an opening 61.
Jun 22 - 1:04 PM

Sergio Garcia usually shines the week after the U.S. Open and did so again today after opening his bid for victory at the BMW International Open in Germany with a 6-under-par 33-33=66, good enough for T2 in the clubhouse with the morning wave finishing up.

That's just one swing behind leader Thomas Detry of Belgium. The last four times Garcia has played the week after the year's second major, he's made the top seven on three occasions (5-25-2-7 his full results) and he's on course for another good post-U.S. Open week after making it look easy at Golfclub München Eichenried today. A former runner-up at this venue (2011), Garcia set out from the 10th and registered his first birdie at No. 11. He picked off further red numbers at 16 and 18 before adding a second nine of 33 coming home. That was thanks to birdies at 5, 6 and 8. So far so good for the Masters winner and a first title since his Augusta National triumph is now very much on the cards.
Jun 22 - 7:39 AM

Thomas Detry torched Golfclub München Eichenried for a 7-under-par 32-33=65 in round one of the BMW International Open in Germany, good enough for a one-shot clubhouse lead over Sergio Garcia and Joost Luiten.

They say many good rounds start with a bogey (although who are 'they' and is it really the case?) and the young Belgian's morning lap opened with a square after taking five swishes at the par-4 1st. But after that, it was tale of birdies and one dramatic eagle for the rookie. Detry recovered from his opening bogey with back-to-back circles at 2 and 3 and made further gains with red numbers at 5, 6 and 9. His second nine featured seven pars but he hoisted himself to 7-under with a pair of deuces at 12 and 13, the latter for eagle after he holed out with his second shot. This is the best first-round score (by two strokes) of his brief European Tour career.
Jun 22 - 7:30 AM

World No. 79 and 2018 Ryder Cup Team Captain Jim Furyk returns for his sixth Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands, site of his historic Sunday 58 to close out last year's edition, posting the mother of all back-door top 10s, climbing 65 places on the leaderboard to T5.

Furyk was of 18 players last year to make the cut on the number, chasing an opening 3-over 73 with bogey-free 66, saving par from 7'0" at the ninth (his final hole) to make the weekend. He was over-par again in R3 (72), beginning R4 in the third group of the morning, 5 hours and 19 minutes before the final pairing was scheduled out. In his 23rd season on TOUR and 1,959th career round, Furyk pelted all 18 greens, carding one hole-out eagle-2 and 10 birdies, including a personal best seven straight, en route to besting the field average in R4 by 10.658 strokes. He became the first player to shoot 58 on TOUR and the first to record two sub-60 laps. The 47-year-old checks in this week 137th in the FedExCup and off a T23 at the U.S. Open, which was the best finish of 11 U.S. Open champs that were at Erin Hills, and ended a streak of six straight missed cuts on TOUR.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 21 - 12:45 PM

Sergio Garcia had to settle for T21 in the U.S. Open; next up is a trip to Golfclub München Eichenried for the BMW International Open.

The Masters champ has been steady if unspectacular since his Augusta National breakthrough (30-20-12-21) but will now look to step it up at Golfclub München Eichenried. He has a good record there and, from five starts, boasts a second place in 2011, top sevens in 2001 and 2013 and another top 25 in 2004. Overall in Germany, he's posted top 25s in 10 of his 13 tournaments. One obvious question for an elite player is how will they perform the week after a major? Sergio's stats are encouraging. Across this event and the Travelers Championship (the PGA TOUR's usual post-U.S. Open tournament), he's recovered from his exertions at the year's second major with finishes of 5-25-2-7 over the last four years. Add that to his course and location form and gamers should have every confidence in the Spaniard this week.
Jun 21 - 6:10 AM

World No. 41 Russell Knox posted four rounds of 68 or better en route to his victory at the 2016 Travelers Championship, returning this week for a chance to defend his title.

Knox landed 57-of-72 greens in regulation last year, gaining 5.87 strokes approaching-the-green. He circled 20 birdies by week's end while swallowing just six bogeys (and nothing worse). That was good enough for a one-shot victory over Jerry Kelly. It was his fifth time playing the event, with a T13 in 2013 being his only other top 60. More recently, Knox ranks 57th in the FedExCup race this year, but most of his damage was done in the fall. While his form isn't jumping off the page, gamers should expect a solid week out of the defending champ as he takes on a course he really likes. After that, he's expected to head overseas to play in a few prep events before the Open Championship at Royal Birkdale.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 20 - 10:58 AM

Former tournament champion Martin Kaymer took a private plane from Erin Hills to Munich for this week’s home match, the BMW International Open at Golfclub München Eichenried.

Kaymer has enjoyed (and endured) a slightly cock-eyed record at Eichenried. Back in 2008 he claimed victory on the course, but even then he proved that he’s well capable of poor rounds on the track, posting 68-63-67 to hold the 54-hole lead before adding a 75 as he limped home. He owns another three efforts that are T21 or better, but he’s missed four cuts and was T58 on debut back in 2003. Since T4 in the Honda Classic he hasn’t finished better than T16 although he briefly threatened to do so last week when a second round 69 at the U.S. Open got him to T19, but he spent the weekend going backwards with laps of 75 and 73. It’s now exactly three years since his last win, the 2014 U.S. Open.
Jun 20 - 6:42 AM

Tom Hoge twirled a 5-under-par 35-32=67 during the Monday qualifier into this week's Travelers Championship, earning his way alongside Chase Seiffert, Neil Johnson, and Zach Zaback (all finishing at 5-under 67).

Hoge traded four birdies and an eagle with just one bogey today at Ellington Ridge Country Club. The TCU alum currently ranks 181st in the FedExCup standings, so any and all starts are crucial for his hopes of 2018 status. Neil Johnson will be making his second career PGA TOUR starts (MC/2017 Puerto Rico Open). Chase Seiffert missed the cut in his PGA TOUR debut (2013 St. Jude Classic) and finished T74 in his only other start (2017 RSM Classic). Lastly, Zach Zaback will be making his PGA TOUR debut. The UConn Husky alum is from Farmington, Connecticut, and calls TPC River Highlands his home course.
Jun 19 - 3:55 PM

University of Oregon alum Wyndham Clark turns his attention toward TPC River Highlands ahead of his PGA TOUR debut at this week's Travelers Championship.

The Denver native attended Oklahoma State before transferring to Oregon ahead of his senior season. He racked up 11 top 10s in 13 starts while playing for the Ducks, including a trio of wins. That rocketed him up to No. 1 in Golfweek/Sagarin College Rankings. Clark shares the same swing coach as another Oregon Duck product, Aaron Wise, who we just saw win on the Web.com Tour last week. Clark was one (of 3) finalists for the 2017 Ben Hogan Award, which highlights the nation's top amateur golfers on a yearly basis. Clark has some status on the Mackenzie Tour after finishing T9 at Q School in late March, but for right now his focus is on his pro debut this week as well as another sponsor's invite he's secured (Barracuda Championship). Gamers should have a very close eye on Clark this week as he instantly provides value in deep leagues.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Jun 19 - 9:34 AM

Special Temporary Member and World No. 33 Tommy Fleetwood handed in an even-par 37-35=72 after the final round of the 117th U.S. Open for a four-day total of 11-under 277, down two spots to solo 4th, five adrift of champion and playing competitor Brooks Koepka, who shot 67. UPDATE: Fleetwood earns a return invite to the 118th U.S. Open as well as to the 2018 Masters, and jumps 12 places to a career-high 21st in OWGR.

This was the 26-year-old's second U.S. Open, supplanting a previous-best T27 in 2015 (Chambers Bay), which was the only other cut he made in a now eight major appearances. It was his his seventh TOUR start of the season and nets his third top 25, all doubling as top 10s, highlighted by a career-TOUR-best 2nd at the WGC-Mexico. After opening in 67-70, the Englishman co-led with three others, his first 36-hole lead/co-lead in his 19th career TOUR start. He tacked on 68 in R3 to begin in a three-way T2, one back of 54-hole leader Brian Harman. Playing out of the penultimate twosome, he went out in 1-over, outpacing birdies at Nos. 2 and 9 with bogeys at 3, 6 and 8, coming home in blemish-free 1-under, circling the par-5 14th. Fleetwood landed 11 (of 14) fairways and 12 greens in regulation, losing 1.093 strokes approaching-the-green but gaining 1.536 on-the-green. He posted 1.750 putts per GIR, taking 29 total putts.
Jun 18 - 9:59 PM

Making his major championship debut, PGA TOUR rookie and World No. 352 Xander Schauffele enjoyed a 3-under-par 35-34=69 in the final round of the 117th U.S. Open to wrap on 10-under 278, up five places into a three-way T5, six shy of champion Brooks Koepka.

This was the 23-year-old's 21st career TOUR start and matches a career-best T5 at the opposite-field Sanderson Farms back in October. It's his fourth top 25 of the season in 18 starts and second top 10. After kicking off in 66-73-70, the SDSU alum began T10 on 7-under, five shy of 54-hole leader Brian Harman. Playing out of the seventh-to-last twosome, he hit 12 (of 14) fairways and 11 greens in regulation, gaining 1.765 strokes tee-to-green. The Californian outpaced two bogey-5s at holes 4 and 11 with five birdies at 2, 5, 14, 15 (from 15'2") and 18, posting 1.636 putts per GIR, 3.161 SG: Putting, and needing just 26 total putts. For the week, he tallied 19 birdies against seven bogeys and one double.
Jun 18 - 9:38 PM




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