American shakes off 3 straight bogeys on back nine to birdie last 2 holes and win The American Express for his 2nd victory on PGA Tour
2: Margin of victory, in strokes, for American Andrew Landry at the PGA Tour’s The American Express on Sunday in La Quinta, Calif. Landry, 32, shot 5-under 67 in a roller-coaster final round at PGA West’s Stadium Course for a 26-under 262 total for his second career victory. It was the first stop on the PGA Tour’s five-event West Coast Swing. After starting the back nine with three consecutive birdies, on Nos. 10-12, Landry stumbled to three consecutive bogeys and lost his lead. He recovered to birdie Nos. 17 and 18 and win. Mexico’s Abraham Ancer shot 9-under 63 to surge into second place at 24-under 264. Landry had lost this event on the fourth hole of a playoff to Jon Rahm in 2018 (scores).