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Lawrie wins European Tour event in Doha

 

Paul Lawrie in July 2009 (photo by Aaronsneddon via wikipedia commons)

Paul Lawrie, a former British Open champion, chipped in a shot for an eagle and a birdie on his way to winning the wind-shortened Qatar open in Doha which is located on the Persian Gulf.

Lawrie shot a 7-under par 65 to beat out Jason Day and Peter Hanson.

Lawrie finished with a 15-under total of 201 to win his seventh European Tour event and second victory in Qatar.

Day with a 65 and Hanson with a 67 tied for second place, four shots off the pace.

 

Info compiled from European Tour

McIlroy sets another record of 14-under after 3 rounds of U.S. Open

 

(courtesy of USGA & Congressional Country Club)

Irishman Rory McIlroy kept making the U.S. Open course look easy as he pushed his lead out to eight strokes with one last round to play.

In the third round of play, McIlroy shot a 3-under-par 68 to finish at 14-under 199, which breaks Jim Furyk’s record for the best 54-hole score by one shot.

The 22-year-old from Northern Ireland leads Y.E. Yang (70) by eight strokes and Lee Westwood (65), Jason Day (65) and Robert Garrigus (68) by nine.

The eight-shot advantage is two short of the lead Tiger Woods was able to take into Sunday at Pebble Beach in 2000, when he dominated the field by an unbelievable 15 shots.

compiled from staff, Radio, TV, USGA & PGA Tour news

Schwartzel wins wild Masters tournament

 

Charl Schwartzel (file photo)

It was a wild Sunday at Augusta National Golf Course in Eastern Georgia. It was wild in the sense of as many as eight players held at least a share of the lead during the final nine holes of the 75th Masters.

The winner turned out to be the son of a former golfer who was playing in the event for only the second time.

The champion of the Masters for 2011 is Charl Schwartzel, who is 26 years, a South African and unknown to most golf fans. But he is known to the media and his peers. The 5’11, 140 pound soft-spoken golfer was among the top 30 in all 2010 major tournaments. His best finish was a tie for 14th in the British Open.

Schwartzel closed the tournament with four birdies to win by two strokes. He made putts from 10, 15, 12 and 18 feet to become the first player in Masters history to close at 4-2-3-3. Overall, he ended at 14-under-par 274 for the tourney after shooting a 6-under-par 66 on Sunday. He bested two Australians, Jason Day (68) and Adam Scott (67).

Tiger Woods closed with a 67 and finished for the four-day tournament at 278 in a tie for fourth with Geoff Ogilvy (67).

 

compiled from PGA Tour news, Radio & TV reports

Charley Hoffman shoots 62; wins Deutsche Bank title

Charley Hoffman had a good day Monday. He was putting so well that he couldn’t remember how many birdies he had made.

He had 11 in a all and he was able to add the Deutsche Bank Championship to his collection of trophies. The tournament took place in the Boston suburb of Norton, Massachusetts.

Charley Hoffman (PGA Tour photo)

Hoffman ran off four straight birdies early in the Labor Day final round to erase the four-shot deficit he started the day facing. He took control of the tournament by putting in a bunker shot on the 13th hole and closed out the day with a 9-under-par 62 for a five-shot win over Geoff Ogilvy (66), Jason Day (71) and Luke Donald (69).

Hoffman was number 59 in the FedEx Cup standings. He moves to number 2 in the standings. That assures him a shot at the $10 million bonus and will allow him to play in all four majors in 2011 after not participating in any in 2010.

Hoffman tied the tournament record at 22-under-par 262, winning for the second time in his PGA Tour career.

Tiger Woods will remain number 1 because Phil Mickelson fizzled out again in his chance to move up to the top spot. Woods shot three rounds in the 60′s for the first time in 2010. He closed the tournament with a 69 to tie for 11th.

Mickelson needed to finish in fourth all alone to become number 1 for the first time in his career. He had a triple bogey and double bogey on the back nine to shoot a 76 and finished 15 shots behind in a tie for 25th.

compiled from staff & PGA Tour news

Jason Day leads Deutsche Bank tourney in Boston

 

While the rest of the United States working force enjoys a day of relaxation and barbecuing, the world’s best golfers will be playing golf in the Deutsche Bank Championship in the Boston suburb of Norton, Massachusetts.

Jason Day has a one-shot lead going into the final round, the only scheduled Monday finish on the PGA Tour.

Jason Day (PGA)

Day shot a 5-under-par 66 and tied the 54-hole record at the TPC Boston of 17-under 196.

There are other scenarios surrounding this tournament than just winning it.

Steve Stricker and Phil Mickelson have a chance to get to Number 1 in the world rankings for the first time in their careers.

Tiger Woods is 10 shots out of the lead after a 69 in the third round on Sunday. He only needs to be in the top 24 to keep his Number 1 ranking.

This is the 10th tournament in 2010 that Mickelson has had a mathematical chance of replacing Woods at Number 1.

compiled from staff & PGA Tour news

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