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Watney wins AT&T National; moves into Top 10 in world


Nick Watney (file photo)

Nick Watney’s golf game has improved so much that he has moved into the top 10 in the world rankings and atop the PGA Tour money list for the first time in his career.

All of this because he topped off a fantastic weekend by winning the AT&T National at Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.

Watney shot a 66, making three big par saves and three birdies on the front nine to take control and then held off K.J. Choi’s (67) for a two-shot win.

Watney finished at 13-under 267, tying the tournament record set by Tiger Woods in 2009 when it was played at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland.


Info courtesy of the PGA Tour

AT&T lead shared by Fowler, Watney


Rickie Fowler (Joel Torres & Columbus Wired photo)

The third-round of the AT&T National Tournament at Aronimink Golf Club in Newtown Square, a Philadelphia suburb has Rickie Fowler and Nick Watney sharing the lead.

Fowler birdied six of his opening 10 holes and wound up with a 6-under-par 64 Saturday.

Watney set the course record with a 62-shooting a 27 on the back nine.

Fowler and Watney are at 9-under 201, one stroke ahead of K.J. Choi (69).


Info courtesy of PGA Tour

Choi takes control of AT&T National with late birdies


K.J. Choi (file photo)

K.J. Choi with five birdies on the last six holes, took control of the AT&T National in Newton Square, Pennsylvania just outside of Philadelphia.

Choi shot a 6-under-par 64 to take a two-shot lead after two rounds.

Choi is at 7-under 133, leads over Chris Riley (66), Charlie Wi (66), Justin Leonard (67) and Bo Van Pelt (66).

Lancaster, Ohio’s Joe Ogilvie shot a 70 and is four shots back of Choi.


Info courtesy of PGA Tour

Eagle helps Toms regain lead, win Crowne Plaza tourney


David Toms (file photo)

David Toms a big lead slip away and then took control to win the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial in Fort Worth, Texas.

A day after blowing a seven- stroke lead to go into the final round trailing Charlie Wi by one, Toms made an eagle with a wedge shot from 83 yards on the par-5 11th hole on Sunday to take the lead for good, and he held on for his first victory on the PGA Tour since January 2006.

The 44-year-old Toms closed the tournament with a 3-under-par 67 to get to 15 under. His elusive 13th career win came a week after a playoff loss to K.J. Choi at the Players Championship, his sixth runner-up finish since the last time he won.

Wi, the 39-year-old South Korean is still looking for his first PGA win, shot a 69, ending up one stroke back for his fourth career runner-up finish.


Info courtesy of the PGA Tour

Choi wins Players Championship in playoff


K.J. Choi (file photo)

K.J. Choi won his first playoff on the PGA Tour, when captured the Players Championship in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.

Choi defeated David Toms who went from narrowly missing an 18-foot birdie putt to win the tournament on the 17th hole at the TPC Sawgrass to missing a 3 1/2-foot comeback putt for par, handing Choi the biggest win of his career.

The two finished at 13-under-par 275.

Choi closed with a 2-under 70, making a par putt from just inside 5 feet that set up the playoff.

Toms also finished with a 70.


Info courtesy of the PGA Tour

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