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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

McIlroy dominating the U.S. Open at Congressional


Rory McIlroy ( photo)

Rory McIlroy is looking unbeatable at the U.S. Open in Bethesda, Maryland.

The 22-year-old is going after the record books and doesn’t realize it ; he’s just playing golf.

The native of Northern Ireland became the first player in the 111-year history of the U.S. Open to reach 13 under par. Despite a double bogey into the water on the 18th hole, his 5-under-66 was good enough to set the 36-hole scoring record at 131.

At 11 under par, he has a six-shot lead over former PGA championship winner Y.E. Yang (69), matching the U.S. Open record set by Tiger Woods in 2000 at Pebble Beach for the largest margin after two rounds of play.

(courtesy of USGA & Congressional Country Club via wikipedia commons)

McIlroy is playing outstanding golf. He went 17 holes without missing any greens and 35 holes without making a bogey.

Info courtesy of USGA, PGA Tour, Radio & TV news

McIlroy leads first round of U.S. Open


(courtesy of USGA & Congressional Country Club)

Rory McIlroy has his name at the top of the leaderboard at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Maryland.

McIlroy got past the first of four rounds of tough tests in the U.S. Open with a 6-under-par 65 to build the biggest 18-hole lead in 35 years.

The 22-year-old from Northern Ireland missed only one green. Of the 156-man field, McIlroy was the only golfer without a bogey.

McIlroy was three shots ahead of former PGA champion Y.E. Yang and Charl Schwartzel. who won the Masters back in April.

The Irishman became the 10th player to start off the U.S. Open with a 65, and only two went on to win – Jack Nicklaus at Baltusrol in 1980 and Tiger Woods in 2000 Pebble Beach.


Info courtesy of United States Golf Association and the PGA Tour

First Tee Open winner is Ted Schulz

Ted Schulz won the First Tee Open this past weekend for his first Champions Tour title, making a 12-foot birdie putt on the 17th hole at Pebble Beach on the way to shooting a 2-under-par 70 and a one-stroke victory over Tom Pernice Jr.

Pernice finished with a 67.

Ted Schultz (photo by Herman Persons)

Schulz, who is 50, playing in the tournament on a conditional status in his 12th start on the Champions Tour, for golfers 50-and-over, finished at 14-under-par 202. It was his first win of any kind since winning the 1991 Nissan Open for the second of his two PGA Tour titles.

Schulz, who quit the PGA Tour in 2000, earned a check for $315,000. the biggest payday of his career. He is currently the director of golf at the University of Louisville.

Mark Calcavecchia and Tom Kite, tied for third. Fred Couples was fourth.

The 2008 and 2009 winner Jeff Sluman, shot a 71 to finish at 6-under-par.

compiled from staff & Champions Tour news

The PGA Championship is up for grabs; Watney leads going into final round

The PGA Championship at Whistling Straits is being dominated by a bunch of young players, but is still up for grabs.

Nick Watney took the lead on Saturday with two quick birdies and stayed strong and finished with a 6-under-par 66, giving him a three-shot lead over Dustin Johnson and Rory McIroy in a look at the next group of golf stars.

Nick Watney (PGA)

26-year-old Dustin Johnson, who had a meltdown at Pebble Beach in the U.S. Open, found his accuracy to finish with a 67 to tie McIroy who also fashioned a 67. Watney is 13-under-par 203.

None of the top three on the leader board have ever won a major.

Tiger Woods finished off his second round with a 70, putting him within five shots. In the third round he had to scramble and rally for a 72 on a day when the conditions were soft and the wind was calm. He is 10 shots behind.

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