Thomas wins inaugural CJ CUP

Thomas wins inaugural CJ CUP
Overnight co-leader Justin Thomas authored an even-par 72 in the final round and then won the inaugural CJ CUP in sudden death.
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Grady Brame Jr. lead the way during today's open qualifier into the Sanderson Farms Championship, twirling a bogey-free, 7-under-par 33-32=65 to play his way into the tournament. Joining him will be Nyasha Mauchaza(-6), David Skinns(-5), and Scott Strohmeyer(-4) with the latter surviving a 4-for-1 playoff to earn his seat.

The Southeastern Louisiana product was nearly perfect today as he circled seven birdies at Deerfield Country Club without dropping a single shot along the way. Brame Jr. spent his year on the Mackenzie Tour, going 2-for-9 with nothing better than a T47 at the ATB Financial Classic. Now he'll turn his attention to the Country Club of Jackson where he'll be making his PGA TOUR debut. Notables to miss out on qualifying include: 68-Rhein Gibson, Chris Baker; 69- Jordan Niebrugge, Ben Kohles, Bobby Wyatt, Max Rotluff, Henrik Norlander; 71- Sebastian Munoz, Michael Johnson, Mark Hubbard, Edward Loar; 72- Kyle Reifers, Adam Svensson.
Oct 23 - 5:22 PM

World No. 4 Hideki Matsuyama lapped the field last year at Sheshan International and returns this week for a chance to defend his title at the World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions.

Matsuyama arrived at last year's HSBC Champions with a pair of WDs in three previous visits. He erased all those bad vibes after opening the week with a 6-under 66, five better than his previous best R1 here. A second-round 65 opened up a three-shot victory and he never looked back, ending the week with a seven-shot romping over the nearest competitors. Last year he entered on the heels of three straight top 5s, internationally. This time he'll have to settle for T5-T26-T47 in his last three starts. Playing in Asia, you have to give Matsuyama a slight bump in comfort level, but it will still be a tall task to defend in this caliber of a field. Still, gamers should consider Matsuyama a very strong option in all formats this week.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Oct 23 - 3:48 PM

Making his first start since a team victory at the Presidents Cup, Brooks Koepka takes his talents to China for this week's World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions.

Making his course debut last year, Koepka signed some colorful scorecards en route to a T40 by week's end. His week included a pair of double bogeys but also included an eagle (par-4 16th hole in R3, the same hole he doubled the round before). It was the big numbers and a cold putter that held him back. The Florida State product hit 49 GIRs last year but took 30 or more swipes with the putter in all four rounds. That presents a nice buy-low opportunity for fantasy gamers as Koepka gets a second look at these green surfaces.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Oct 23 - 3:40 PM

Matt Kuchar will make his first start of the new PGA TOUR season as he preps for this week's World Golf Championships-HSBC Champions in Shanghai, China.

It's not always an easy task to fly halfway around the world and just pop out a top-10 finish, let alone win an event. Kuchar will give it his best shot, though, as he plays for Sheshan International for the second straight year, finishing T21 last year. That week was full of ups and down, carding 66 and 68 in Rounds 2 and 3, but bookending that with rounds of 73 and 76. The highlight of that week came in R3 when he aced the par-3 17th, his second eagle of the week. The Georgia Tech product doesn't play much in the fall but this week presents a nice opportunity to pick up some early-season FedExCup points.
Source: PGATOUR.com
Oct 23 - 3:34 PM

Jamie Donaldson scraped his way into the all-important Race to Dubai top 100 with a final round level-par 36-35=71 for solo fourth on 5-under 279 in the Andalucia Valderrama Masters.

In 12 rounds at Valderrama prior to this week the Welshman had never once equalled the par of 71 and yet with his playing rights for 2018 apparently out of his grasp he turned in one of the performances of his career, logging rounds of 73-67-68-71. On Sunday there was an early mistake at the second which cost him a bogey, but he made his way to the turn without any further errors. A birdie-birdie start to the back nine appeared to allay the nerves only for a final dropped shot at the 12th. With the nerves high he missed the 16th green, but from tangly rough he found the putting surface and polished off the par, just as he did at 17 and 18. Initially projections had him outside the top 100, but this was later changed and he moved inside the magic figure at 99th. There was never a moment he looked like challenging the leaders, but it's possibly he never thought of doing so; instead he completed the win that mattered for next year.
Oct 22 - 12:28 PM

Wade Ormsby earned his 2018 European Tour playing rights with a final round of 1-under-par 35-35=70 for solo fifth in the Andalucia Valderrama Masters on 4-under 280.

The Australian confounded his previous experience of Valderrama, which had seen him card 78-80 in last year's Open de Espana. He entered the week 106th on the Race to Dubai and solo fifth projected him inside the top 90 afterwards. It was a tight and nervous Sunday, but the Australian made just the one error, at the seventh, having made six straight pars from the first. He got the shot back with birdie-3 at No. 9 and added another at the 13th before parring his way home, completed with an up-and-down at the 72nd hole. He was never in the hunt for the title, yet on this particular final day there was arguably a more important target in his crosshairs and he hit it. UPDATE:- He moved to 82nd in the Race to Dubai.
Oct 22 - 12:27 PM

Daniel Brooks withstood huge pressure to complete a final round of level-par 35-36=71 which earned him solo third on 7-under 277 at the Andalucia Valderrama Masters and, in addition, his tour card for 2018.

The Englishman finished a distant four shots behind second-placed Joost Luiten and five outside of winner Sergio Garcia, but the two, his playing partners for the final lap, always had a different goal to his own. He may have started the day in second, but he was always peering in the wing-mirror rather than the road ahead - and quite understandably having entered the week at 123rd on the Race to Dubai. His only previous start at Valderrama didn't hint that he had this result in him. He shot a weekend 78-79 18 months ago at the Open de Espana so this year's 64-71 is a wonderful improvement. He opened with a birdie at No. 3 before taking two steps backwards at 8 and 11. His drive at 13 found the cork trees but his escape was not only safe but superb, setting up a 4'0" birdie chance he took. Another followed at 14 allowing him to bogey 16 and still play the final two holes with a two-shot buffer over fourth place which he could not afford to give up, and didn't.
Oct 22 - 12:18 PM

Joost Luiten's bold bid was thwarted by home hero Sergio Garcia in the Andalucia Valderrama Masters; his 5-under-par final round of 32-34=66 left him four clear of third placed Daniel Brooks on 11-under 273, but crucially one swing adrift of the winner.

Victory may have proved elusive for the Dutchman, but this result emphatically reaffirmed his fondness for playing golf within the narrow confines of the Valderrama fairways. His log book there now reads: 5-MC-2-2. For most of Sunday his performance was exemplary. He moved to the turn in smart fashion, ticking 5, 6 and 9 to turn the contest into a head-to-head with playing partner and pre-round leader Garcia. The Spaniard then made birdie at 10 and 11 to move three clear, whereupon Luiten turned predator. A bogey from the leader started the move, red numbers at 13 and 15 from the chaser drew him level, whereupon, having found the heart of the 16th green, he inexplicably three-putted for bogey. He matched Garcia's birdie at 17, and his par at 18 as well, as that one shot proved frustratingly impossible to match.
Oct 22 - 12:09 PM
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