Sport Schauffele birdies final hole to win Greenbrier Classic

01:35  10 july  2017
01:35  10 july  2017 Source:   Associated Press

Love shoots 63, trails Munoz by 2 at Greenbrier Classic

  Love shoots 63, trails Munoz by 2 at Greenbrier Classic Davis Love III can still get some solid work done in a PGA Tour event. Heading into the World Golf Hall of Fame in September, the 53-year-old Love shot a 7-under 63 on Thursday in The Greenbrier Classic, leaving him two strokes behind first-round leader Sebastian Munoz. Love is looking for his firstHeading into the World Golf Hall of Fame in September, the 53-year-old Love shot a 7-under 63 on Thursday in The Greenbrier Classic, leaving him two strokes behind first-round leader Sebastian Munoz.

Rookie Xander Schauffele (66) and former prodigy Jamie Lovemark (66) will also try to chase down a Two years ago Robert Streb had the chance to win the Greenbrier Classic , joining a four-man Best of social media. Munoz needs just 9 more feet of putts in his final two holes to get to 400

Sebastian Munoz carded a third-round 68 to hold a two-stroke lead at the Greenbrier Classic with 18 holes to play. -14 Sebastian Munoz. -12 Robert Streb. -11 Xander Schauffele , Jamie Lovemark. But birdies on his sixth, 13th and 15th holes put him back on top and clear of nearest pursuer Robert

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. (AP)-- Rookie Xander Schauffele made a 3-foot birdie putt on the final hole Sunday to win The Greenbrier Classic by a stroke over Robert Streb for his first PGA Tour victory.

Schauffele closed with a 3-under 67 and finished at 14-under 266 to cap a daylong duel with Streb and third-round leader Sebastian Munoz.

Streb shot 69. Munoz had a 72 to tie for third with Jamie Lovemark at 12 under. Lovemark shot 69.

After Schauffele's birdie, Streb found the left fringe on the 161-yard 18th and his chip that would have forced a playoff came up short. Munoz needed to ace the 18th to tie it, but settled for par.

At age 53, Davis Love III fell short in his bid to become the oldest winner in tour history. He shot 75 and tied for 29th at 5 under.

Patrick Rodgers takes 2-stroke lead in John Deere Classic .
Patrick Rodgers shot a 7-under 64 on Friday to take a two-shot lead after the second round of the John Deere Classic. Rodgers had eight birdies and a bogey to finish at 13-under 129 at TPC Deere Run. Finishing on the front nine, he had five birdies in a seven-hole stretch before closing with a bogey on the par-4 ninth.Bryson DeChambeau was second after a 65.Local favorite Zach Johnson, the 2012 winner, had a 67 to join Charles Howell III, the co-leader after the first round, at 10 under. Howell followed his opening 63 with a 69.Kevin Tway (63), Chesson Hadley (64), Chad Campbell (68) and J.J. Henry (64) were 9 under.

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