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Johnson halts Dufner’s PGA Tour hot streak; wins Colonial


Zach Johnson (2007 photo by Keith Allison)

Jason Dufner had been the talk of the PGA Tour the past four weeks, winning two tournaments.

After winning the Byron Nelson Championship, Dufner was trying to match Ben Hogan as the only golfers to win both PGA Tour-events in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in the same year. Hogan accomplished the feat in 1946. Back in those days, the tournaments were not played in consecutive weeks.

Zach Johnson was able to cool down Dufner somewhat after winning the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial for his first victory since winning in the Dallas event two years ago.

Johnson earned his eighth career PGA Tour victory by holding off Dufner.

Johnson was assessed a two-stroke penalty for failing to replace his ball at its original position after marking it on the 18th hole. That put him at 2-over-par 72 and a one-shot win in Fort Worth, Texas.

Johnson moved his original ball mark out of the line of Dufner’s putt on the 18th green. But he made the mistake of forgetting to move it back before his final 5-foot putt.

Even with that penalty,Johnson’s 12-under-268 total was good enough to beat Dufner, who closed the final round of 74.


Info compiled from PGA Tour, Radio & TV news


25-foot putt gives Ohio native Dufner PGA Tour win at Byron Nelson Championship


Jason Dufner (courtesy of PGA Tour)

Jason Dufner made a 25-foot birdie putt on the file hole Sunday for a one-shot win at the Byron Nelson Championship. This is the second win in four weeks for 35-year-old from Cleveland, Ohio.

Dufner’s first PGA Tour win at New Orleans was on April 29, then he took a week off to get married.

The winning putt closed out a 3-under-par 67 for an 11-under-par 269 total, one ahead of Dicky Pride in the Irving, Texas tournament.

Pride, whose only PGA Tour win in a 20-year pro career came in 1994, was at 10 under with a par-saving 22-foot putt at #18 after hitting his drive into the water.


Info compiled from PGA Tour, Radio & TV news

2011 MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT: McIlroy, Riley tied at 66 after first round


(courtesy of Memorial Tournament)

Rory McIlroy tied for 10th place in his first Memorial Tournament in 2010.

This year he looking to win and got off to a good start in Thursday’s first round.

Later in the afternoon, McIlroy put his name at the top of the leaderboard by making three birdies in a row over his last four holes brought the Northern Ireland native from three strokes down to a tie for the lead.

Rory McIlroy (file photo)

The 22-year-old McIlroy, who is ranked sixth in the world, is tied with Chris Riley, a 37-year-old from California, both shooting a 6-under-par 66.

Riley, who has not played at Muirfield since 2002, was able to get into the lead by putting the ball well.

Riley’s 66 equaled his best round of the year. He opened with a 66 in the Byron Nelson Championship last week.

Chris Riley at 2007 KLM Open (photo by Catchpole via wikipedia commons)

Riley, was a member of the U.S. Ryder Cup team in 2004, but has struggled for the past few years to make cuts in tournaments and dropped out of the top 125-money winners on the PGA Tour. He then had to get his career back on track on the Nationwide Tour and was able to return to the top-125 in 2010.



Bradley wins Byron Nelson in playoff over Palmer


TPC 4 Seasons Las Colinas in Irving Texas home of Byron Nelson Championship (photo by Mang9 via wikipedia commons)

The nephew of LPGA Tour great Pat Bradley, Keenan Bradley won the Byron Nelson Championship for his first PGA Tour victory.

Bradley parred the first hole of a playoff with Ryan Palmer at the tournament in Irving, Texas.

The scoring conditions were hampered by winds that gusts between 25 and 40 mph.

Lancaster, Ohio native Joe Ogilvie (70) finished a stroke back at 2 under.


Info courtesy of PGA Tour

Overton’s 64 pushes him atop Byron Nelson Championship




Jeff Overton (file photo)

Jeff Overton shot a bogey-free, 6-under-par 64 to take the first-round lead at the Byron Nelson Championship, a stroke better than Ryan Palmer.

Overton had four birdies in his first seven holes on Thursday at TPC Four Seasons in Irving, Texas.

Overton has only finished better than 20th only once in 2011, placing sixth at the Honda Classic in March.



Info courtesy of the PGA Tour

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