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Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship: Curtis Luck holds of Humphrey, Montgomery and Young to win 2020 title



Curtis Luck

Final-Round Leaderboard

Pos. Name Scores
1 Curtis Luck 68-66-68-71 – 273 (-11)
T2 Theo Humphrey 70-67-70-67 – 274 (-10)
T2 Taylor Montgomery 72-67-67-68 – 274 (-10)
T2 Cameron Young 66-69-68-71 – 274 (-10)
T5 Five players tied 275 (-9)


COLUMBUS, Ohio – With a clutch up-and-down on the 72nd hole, Curtis Luck outlasted the field to win the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship, finishing the week at 11-under 273. Theo Humphrey, Taylor Montgomery and Cameron Young finished in a tie for second at 10-under 274.

“Yeah, it’s actually a really deep breath of relief,” Luck said after the win. “Golf’s really tough. It’s probably not gone 100 percent to plan with the way I wanted to when I turned pro, but yeah, I’ve just stuck with it and I’m still working hard. Obviously, to get a win out here is massive because not only does it give me status for the next couple years out here on the Korn Ferry Tour, it just shows that I’m able to compete, which is nice.”

Luck, who held the 36- and 54-hole leads at The Ohio State University Golf Club’s Scarlet Course, emerged victorious from a crowded leaderboard that saw five players tied for the lead at one point on Sunday.

Entering the final round with a one-stroke advantage, Luck couldn’t seem to find his rhythm on the front nine. After seven consecutive pars, he dropped a shot at the par-3 eighth to fall back to 10-under. On No. 11, he dropped another shot with his second bogey of the day and fell off the top of a crowded leaderboard.

“Yeah, it was a tough day from start to finish,” he said. “Unfortunately, I made a couple of bogeys, but I just rolled with them and dug deep to finish.”

Following pars on Nos. 12-14, Luck made his charge back up the leaderboard with a birdie on No. 15. At the par-4 16th, he drained a lengthy birdie attempt to regain the solo-lead at 11-under.

The drama would unfold on No. 18 as Luck found himself one stroke ahead of playing partner Cameron Young on the tee box. Theo Humphrey and Taylor Montgomery had each posted the clubhouse lead at 10-under 274.

Luck’s drive on the 18th hit off a tree but still managed to find the fairway. Young, who began the day one stroke off the lead, took an aggressive line, leaving himself a short pitch shot into the 439-yard par-4.

Luck’s approach missed the green right and found the greenside bunker leaving him a difficult up-and-down. From just short of the green, Young stuck his second shot inside 7-feet leaving him a great look for birdie.

After a difficult bunker shot, Luck faced a 7-foot par putt to post 11-under for the week but was still outside Young’s birdie attempt. As he had done all week, the Australian drained the par attempt, leaving Young with a chance to force a playoff. Despite his best effort, Young’s putt slid past the hole and secured Luck the win.

“Yeah, it was an intense hole,” Luck said of No. 18. “I thought I hit a good tee shot down there and just clipped one of those trees and shot it out backwards into the fairway. And I just, I hit a poor iron shot. I wasn’t trying to do anything special, just middle of the green and hit a poor iron shot.

“Fortunately, yeah, I made a wicked up‑and‑down and put the pressure back on Cam, who as I said, I’m certain that if I missed, with how good a player Cam is, he would have rolled that thing straight in and shut us all out.”

With the victory, Luck moved to 18th on the points list. He also put himself in great position to secure one of the five spots in the 2020 U.S. Open awarded at the conclusion of the Korn Ferry Tour Championship Series.

Next week, the Tour travels to Evansville, Indiana, for the final event of the Korn Ferry Tour Championship Series, the Korn Ferry Tour Championship presented by United Leasing & Finance.


Curtis Luck sizes up his putt



* Sunday’s weather: Partly cloudy, with a high of 84. Wind SW at 5-10 mph.

* Final-round tee times were delayed 20 minutes due to fog in the area.

* This week’s purse is $1,000,000 with $180,000 going to the champion, Curtis Luck. Luck also received 600 Korn Ferry Tour points.

* The win came in Luck’s 44th start on the Korn Ferry Tour. Throughout his career, Luck has made 36 PGA TOUR starts.

* With the victory, Luck became the 12th first-time winner on Tour this season.

* In his previous three starts at the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship, Luck had finished T7-T5-T19.

* For the second consecutive week, Cameron Young (T2, -10) earned his best finish on the Korn Ferry Tour.

* In his four career starts on Tour, Young has finished T11-T14-T6-T2. Three weeks ago, Young made his Korn Ferry Tour debut at the Pinnacle Bank Championship presented by Aetna after Monday qualifying.

* Spurred by a final-round 67, Theo Humphrey (T2, -10) earned the best finish of his Korn Ferry Tour career.

* In his first competitive event since his daughter Mia’s passing, Camilo Villegas finished the week T58 at 2-over 286.

* Stephan Jaeger, who won last week’s Albertsons Boise Open presented by Kraft Nabisco, finished the week T5 at 9-under 275.

* The Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship served as the third event of the four-event Korn Ferry Tour Championship Series, which includes elevated purses and points. Five exemptions into the 2020 U.S. Open are also available to the top-five players (not otherwise exempt) in a points list specific to the Albertsons Boise Open presented by Kraft Nabisco, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship and Korn Ferry Tour Championship presented by United Leasing & Finance. The top-10 players on the Korn Ferry Tour’s overall point standings following the conclusion of the Korn Ferry Tour Championship will also earn entry into the PGA TOUR’s additional events (also known as opposite-field events) during the 2020-21 season.

* The combined 2020-21 Korn Ferry Tour schedule will conclude with 25 PGA TOUR cards awarded at the 2021 WinCo Foods Portland Open presented by KraftHeinz, with an additional 25 cards awarded at the conclusion of the 2021 Korn Ferry Tour Finals.

* The par-3 fifth hole (233 yards) and par-4 11th hole (473 yards) played as the hardest holes throughout the week with a scoring average of +.205.

* The par-5 12th hole (562 yards) played as the easiest hole throughout the week with a scoring average of 4.610.


*The Ohio State University Golf Club – Scarlet Course Scoring Average:

Front                 Back                   Total                           Cumulative

R1                       36.285               35.688               71.972

R2                       36.167               35.333               71.500               71.736

R3                       35.920               34.880               70.800               71.424

R4                       35.947               34.960               70.907               71.295




Crew SC takes to the Big Apple for match against NY City FC tonight


Crew SC clashes against New York City FC on FOX Sports Ohio


COLUMBUS — Columbus Crew SC travels to face New York City FC at Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey, Monday, August 24 at 7:00 p.m. ET on FOX Sports Ohio and the FOX Sports GO App, featuring Neil Sika, Jordan Angeli and Brett Hiltbrand on the call. Coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. ET. Tomorrow’s match also airs locally on the radio in English on 97.1 The Fan and streaming online via “Listen Live” at, featuring Chris Doran broadcasting the contest. The club’s official website,, is set to stream Spanish-language audio broadcast with Juan Valladares behind the microphone.

Is Week 7 too early for a must-win game? It feels that way for New York City FC, who are desperate to reverse course against the red-hot Columbus Crew SC at Red Bull Arena Monday night.

NYCFC have lost five of their first six league games, with four of those defeats via a 1-0 scoreline. That includes the latest chapter of the Hudson River Derby, although the goal they conceded was hotly contested. Conversely, Crew SC picked up where they left off in Orlando with a convincing 3-0 victory over Chicago Fire FC in their regular season restart. One of three undefeated teams remaining this season, Caleb Porter’s squad has a goal differential of +11 and have conceded just once.

NYCFC have enjoyed a distinct home field advantage through the years, but the club were forced to move their home games in Phase 1 from Yankee Stadium to Red Bull Arena due to the New York Yankees congested schedule in MLB’s restart.

This is the second meeting this year, with Crew SC winning 1-0 at MAPFRE Stadium March 1. Lucas Zelarayan scored the lone goal against 10-man NYCFC, which saw Maxime Chanot sent off in the third minute for DOGSO.

New York City FC

The decisive moment against the Red Bulls came when Sean Johnson bobbled Kyle Duncan’s shot, chasing it back toward his goal and pouncing on the ball. Following Video Review referee Allen Chapman ruled the entire goal had crossed the line, a ruling NYCFC players and staff disagreed with.

But coach Ronny Deila said that goal was coming, with NYCFC abandoning the game plan in the second half. Now, it’s gut-check time for a team largely unchanged from the one that finished atop the east a year ago. The question is will the influential Maxi Moralez be back from a nagging calf injury?

“That’s something we have to work ourselves out of. It’s not a quick solution,” Deila said. “Everybody, including myself, has to really dig deep and find that strength and that belief and that power that makes you come out to the pitch and bounce back. That’s what we’re going to do now on Monday.”


  • Updated team roster
  • Injury Report:
    • OUT: Sebastien Ibeagha (D) – hamstring injury
    • OUT: Gedion Zelalem (M) – knee injury
    • QUESTIONABLE: Maxi Moralez (M) – calf injury
    • QUESTIONABLE: Ismael Tajouri-Shradi (M) – hamstring injury
  • Suspended: None
  • Suspended after next caution: None
  • International duty: None

Columbus Crew SC

There’s arguably not a better, more complete team in Major League Soccer through six weeks than Columbus Crew SC. Porter has rotated his lineup, he’s dealt with injuries and yet, to this point, there’s no stopping this train.

Pure class at the MLS is Back Tournament, Crew SC showed no rust in their restart with a comprehensive 3-0 win over the Chicago Fire. Darlington Nagbe, known for his defensive work in the middle of the park, scored what could be the Goal of the Year in the win, a thunderous volley from long range.

“I think these kinds of games actually show a different side of our character,” center back Jonathan Mensah said. “We have a strong team, and we always find a way to win. We’re creating a culture that we do whatever we can to win games.”

  • Updated team roster
  • Injury Report:
    • OUT: Vito Wormgoor (D) – ankle injury
    • QUESTIONABLE: Eloy Room (GK) – hamstring injury
    • QUESTIONABLE: Lucas Zelarayan (M) – ankle injury
    • QUESTIONABLE: Youness Mokhtar (M) – muscle strain
  • Suspended: None
  • Suspended after next caution: None
  • International duty: None

Series Matchup at NYCFC

  • NYCFC: 3 wins, 10 goals
  • Crew SC: 1 win, 3 goals
  • 1 draw


  • Referee: Nima Saghafi
  • Assistant Referees: Jose da Silva, Gjovalin Bori
  • 4th Official: Kevin Broadley
  • VAR: Jorge Gonzalez




LOCAL TV: FOX Sports Ohio, YES

Columbus Crew SC at New York City FC
Monday, August 24 – 7:00 p.m. ET – Red Bull Arena (Harrison, New Jersey)

Regional Television: FOX Sports Ohio, FOX Sports GO (Stream) | Coverage begins: 6:30 p.m. ET
Regional Television Channel Guide:
Crew SC Radio: 97.1 The Fan and streaming online via “Listen Live” at (English); (Spanish).
Columbus Crew SC (Soccer Club) is the first club in Major League Soccer. Crew SC is operated by The Edwards Family and Haslam Sports Group. The Black & Gold won their first MLS Cup championship in 2008 and also won the 2002 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup as well as MLS Supporters’ Shield titles in 2004, 2008 and 2009. The 2020 campaign is the Crew’s 25th season in MLS and the 21st season at historic MAPFRE Stadium – the first soccer-specific stadium in the United States.

Website: | Twitter: @ColumbusCrewSC | Instagram: @ColumbusCrewSC | Hashtag: #Crew96 | | Snapchat: ColumbusCrewSC | Stadium: MAPFRE Stadium | Training Facility: Crew SC Training Center at Obetz | Future Training Facility (2021): OhioHealth Performance Center | New, downtown stadium coming July 2021.