Number of career PGA Tour victories for Aaron Wise, who pulled away Sunday to win the AT&T Byron Nelson at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas. Wise, 21, a Tour rookie, shot 6-under 65 for a 23-under 261 total and three-stroke victory. Wise, the 2016 NCAA champion out of Oregon, has won in three consecutive years on different tours since turning professional in late 2016: on Canada’s MacKenzie Tour two years ago, the Web.com Tour last year and now in the big leagues. Australian Marc Leishman (68) finished second at 20-under 264. Americans Keith Mitchell (63) and J.J. Spaun (63) shared third with South African Branden Grace (62) at 19-under 265 (scores).
© GOLFFILE/KEN MURRAY
Former President George W. Bush makes the rounds at the AT&T Byron Nelson at Trinity Forest Golf Club in Dallas.
Number of career European Tour victories for Spain’s Adrian Otaegui, who won the inaugural Belgian Knockout at Rinkven International Golf Club in Antwerp, Belgium. Otaegui, 25, defeated France’s Benjamin Hebert by two strokes in the final nine-hole stroke-play match of the 90-hole format. After 36 holes of stroke play, 64 players advanced to the single-elimination, nine-hole knockout rounds over the weekend. It was the European Tour’s first appearance in Belgium in 18 years (scores).
Number of strokes by which Miguel Angel Jimenez won the Champions Tour’s Regions Tradition for his first senior major championship. Jimenez, 54, of Spain, shot 2-under 70 in the final round for a 19-under 269 total at Greystone Golf and Country Club in Birmingham, Ala. Jimenez, a 21-time winner on the European Tour, posted his fifth victory on the Champions Tour. Americans Joe Durant (69), Gene Sauers (69) and Steve Stricker (70) shared second place at 16-under 272 (scores).
Number of career LPGA victories for Thailand’s Ariya Jutanugarn, who prevailed on the second playoff hole to win the LPGA Kingsmill Championship in Williamsburg, Va. Jutanugarn, 22, birdied the par-4 18th hole at Kingsmill Resort’s River Course two consecutive times, eliminating South Korea’s Ingee Chun on the first trip and then Japan’s Nasa Hataoka on the second. Jutanugarn shot 5-under 66 for a 14-under 199 total in a tournament reduced to 54 holes because of inclement weather (scores).
Front-nine score, which was 7 under, for American Michael Arnaud in the final round as he pulled away for a five-stroke victory in the Web.com Tour’s BMW Charity Pro-Am. Arnaud closed with an 8-under 63 at Thornblade Club in Greer, S.C., one of three courses used during the week. Two days earlier, he had gone 9 under over his first seven holes en route to a course-record-tying 60 at Thornblade. Arnaud, 36, in his fifth season on the developmental tour, shot 27-under 257 for the week in his first Web.com Tour victory. South Korean Kyoung-Hoon Lee (64) and American Robby Shelton (69) shared second at 22-under 262 (scores).
Length, in feet, of the putt that Sweden’s Jenny Haglund sank to win the Symetra Classic. Haglund and Dottie Ardina of the Philippines had tied at 4-under 140 after 36 holes of the weather-shortened event at River Run Country in Davidson, N.C. In four career starts on the women’s developmental tour, Haglund has posted a victory, two other top-10s and a top-20 finish. Four weeks ago, Haglund, 24, who played college golf at Southern Methodist, won the Ladies European Tour’s Lalla Meryem Cup (scores).