Keeping Score

Keeping score


Number of victories this season for Jason Day, who won the PGA Tour’s Wells Fargo Championship on Sunday. Day, 30, of Australia, shot a final-round 2-under 69 for a 12-under 272 total and two-stroke victory at Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, N.C. Day owns 12 career victories, including the Farmers Insurance Open in January, in 220 starts on Tour. Rookie Aaron Wise (68) and fellow American Nick Watney (69) tied for second at 10-under 274, followed by Bryson DeChambeau (70) in fourth at 8-under 276. Phil Mickelson, on the strength of a 64-69 weekend, tied for fifth (scores).


Winning score for the Irish duo of Gavin Moynihan and Paul Dunne, who defeated France’s Romain Wattel and Mike Lorenzo-Vera in the final match of the European Tour’s second annual GolfSixes tournament at Centurion Club in St. Albans, England. Two women’s teams – England’s Mel Reid and Spain’s Carlota Ciganda and the English duo of Charley Hull and Georgia Hall – were among the eight pairs to advance from group play in the six-hole match-play event (scores). 


Number of career LPGA victories for second-year player Sung Hyun Park, who won the weather-abbreviated Volunteers of America LPGA Texas Classic. Park, 24, of South Korea, shot 5-under 66 for an 11-under 131 total at Old American Golf Club in The Colony, Texas, in a tournament shortened because of high winds and stormy weather. American Lindy Duncan (64) placed second at 10-under 132. Park, the reigning U.S. Women’s Open champion, was the LPGA’s 2017 rookie of the year. She owns 10 victories on her home LPGA of Korea Tour (scores).


Number of career Champions Tour victories for Bernhard Langer, who won the Insperity Invitational for a fourth time. Langer shot 2-under 70 for an 11-under 205 total and one-stroke victory at The Woodlands (Texas) Country Club. Americans Bart Bryant (69), Paul Goydos (68) and Jeff Maggert (69) shared second place at 10-under 206. Langer, 60, a two-time Masters champion from Germany, trails only Hale Irwin, who won 45 times on the 50-and-older tour (scores).

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