Keeping Score

Keeping score

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Score, a birdie, on the second playoff hole for Bryson DeChambeau as he won the PGA Tour’s Memorial Tournament on Sunday. DeChambeau had tied with Byeong Hun “Ben” An and Kyle Stanley at 15-under 273 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. Stanley was eliminated with a bogey on the first sudden-death hole, the par-4 18th, as DeChambeau and An matched pars. DeChambeau, 24, posted his second Tour victory in as many seasons. Tiger Woods, a five-time Memorial winner, tied for 23rd (scores).

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Number of career victories on the LPGA tour for Ariya Jutanugarn, who won the U.S. Women’s Open for her second major championship. Jutanugarn, 22, of Thailand, edged Hyo Joo Kim, 22, of South Korea with a par on the fourth hole of a playoff at Shoal Creek (Ala.) Club. Jutanugarn came back to the field with a 5-over 41 on the back nine, including bogeys on the final two holes, for a 1-over 73. Kim posted a bogey-free 5-under 67 to tie Jutanugarn at 11-under 277, forcing a two-hole aggregate playoff. Kim birdied the first playoff hole, the par-4 14th, but she made bogey at the par-4 18th, moving the playoff into sudden death. After they matched pars at No. 14, Kim failed to salvage par from a greenside bunker at No. 18, where Jutanugarn got up and down for the victory(scores).

64

Final-round score for Thorbjorn Olesen to win the European Tour’s Italian Open. Olesen, 28, of Denmark, posted a 22-under 262 total at Gardagolf Country Club, on the shores of Lake Garda in northern Italy, for his fifth career victory on the European Tour. Italy’s Francesco Molinari, a two-time winner of his national open who had won the previous week’s BMW PGA, closed with 65 to finish one stroke behind Olesen. The Italian Open is the second event on the eight-tournament Rolex Series (scores).

66

Final-round score for Joey Garber to win the Web.com Tour’s Rex Hospital Open. Garber, in his first year on the Web.com Tour, shot 18-under 266 at TPC Wakefield Plantation in Raleigh, N.C., to hold off Hank Lebioda (66) and Scott Langley (66) by one stroke (scores).


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