American shoots 8-under 64 in final round for 1-stroke victory at Price Cutter Charity Championship in Missouri
28: Number of career starts on the Korn Ferry Tour before American Max McGreevy won the Price Cutter Charity Championship on Sunday for his first title on the developmental tour. McGreevy shot a bogey-free 8-under 64 for a 21-under 267 total at Highland Meadows Country Club in Springfield, Mo. Mexico’s Jose de Jesus Rodriguez closed with 67 to finish one stroke back at 20-under 268. American Chad Ramey, who made the turn in the final round at 6-under 30, couldn’t maintain the momentum and played the back nine in 1 over to finish third at 19-under 269. After McGreevy lost his playing privileges following the 2018 season on the then-Web.com Tour, he played the PGA Tour’s China Series, where he won once and had three other top-three showings in 13 starts, earning the tour’s player of the year and a spot on the Korn Ferry Tour for 2020. “I’ve never won a four-round event before,” McGreevy said in a video interview. "I’ve won a lot of three-round events, but to be able to put something together on the final day and finally actually do it in a four-round event means a lot to me.” (scores)
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