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Gay wins PGA Tour’s Humana Challenge over Howell


Brian Gay won his fourth PGA Tour title, the Humana Challenge, defeating Charles Howell III in a playoff.

Gay’s 5 1/2-foot birdie sealed the win on the second playoff hole.

Gay closed the round with a 9-under-par 63 to match Howell and Swedish rookie David Lingermerth at 25-under-par 263.

Howell shot a 64, and Lingermerth had a 62.

Scott Stallings, who started the round as the leader, bogeyed the 18th hole and missed the playoff with a 70.

The tournament was played on the PGA West’s Arnold Palmer Private course in La Quinta, California.

Gay is a 41-year-old native of Fort Worth, Texas and is a graduate of the University of Florida.



Thatcher leads Children’s Miracle Network Classic in Florida

Roland Thatcher (file photo)

Roland Thatcher is the leader of the Children’s Miracle Network Classic in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

He had an easy time playing on the tougher course of the two that the tournament uses during the four day event.

He shot a 9-under-par 63 to take a four-shot lead over Chris Stroud and Brian Gay.

compiled from PGA Tour news

Woods has his best round of 2010; a 65 at The Barclays tournament

Finally, we see Tiger Woods at the top of the leader board.

In his first tournament since his much publicized-divorce, Woods actually looked like the world’s Number 1 golfer on Thursday at the Barclays tournament when he shot a 6-under-par 65, his lowest score of the year, to share a one-stroke lead with Vaughn Taylor in Paramus, New Jersey.

This is the first time Woods has led after a round of a PGA Tour event since the Tour Championship in September of 2009.

Tiger dominated the Ridgewood Country Club. Woods hit all but one fairway and putted for birdie on all but two holes.

Woods and Taylor both played in the morning, when the greens were smooth and the conditions were breezy. Those two hold a one-shot lead over Adam Scott, Brian Gay and Ryan Palmer.

Tiger Woods can smile again (Joel Torres & Columbus Wired photo)

The 65 was Woods’ lowest score in 46 rounds, dating back to a 62 at the BMW Championship last year.

Only the top 100 in the FedEx Cup standings advance to the second round of the playoffs next week in the Deutsche Bank Championship. Woods just needs to make the cut, then finish in the middle of the group.

compiled from staff & PGA Tour reports

Westwood now shares first place at St. Jude Classic in Memphis

compiled from PGA news

Englishman Lee Westwood birdied his final three holes for a 68 and holds a share of the lead with Garrett Willis (65) at 9-under-par 131 after the second round of the St. Jude Classic at TPC Southwind in Memphis, Tennessee.

Lee Westwood (PGA)

Westwood had a one-stroke lead after the first round of the PGA Tour event, and the world’s number 3-ranked player had to scramble after two bogeys dropped him two strokes back off the lead in this final tuneup for the U.S. Open.

Charley Hoffman is alone in third, one stroke back, after shooting a 65.

The 2009 winner of the St. Jude Classic, which is sponsored by the late Danny Thomas’ foundation and connection to St. Jude Hospital, was Brian Gay. Gay won his second title of the season.

Jason Bay wins Byron Nelson Classic; 16-year-old Spieth tied at 16th

compiled from staff, wire and PGA Tour reports

22-year-old Jason Day fought through a rocky final round for a 2-over 72 that was good enough to give the Australian the Byron Nelson championship title for his first win of his PGA Tour career.

For several golf fans, the 2010 Byron Nelson will go down in history for the remarkable debut by Jordan Spieth, a 16-year-old local high school student.

Spieth, became the sixth-youngest player to make the cut on the PGA Tour.

Jason Day (PGA)

Spieth was within three shots of the lead on the final nine holes, but dropped back into a tie for 16th. He shot a 2-over 72 in the final round, his highest score of the tournament. His 4-under-276 was six strokes behind Jason Day.

Spieth, the reigning U.S. Junior Amateur champion, would’ve made $91,185.71 had he turned pro last week. However, he’s planning to wait through another year of high school, then attend the University of Texas.

Spieth has already gotten a sponsor’s exemption to play in Memphis next month. Beforehand, he’ll play an American Junior Golf Association event in Arizona next week. Then he has finals.

Day nearly withdrew on Thursday morning because he felt so ill. He ended up sharing the lead after the first round and was within striking distance all week.

Following Day, was a second place tie between Brian Gay and Jeff Overton.