Number of victories this season for Bryson DeChambeau, who won the PGA Tour’s Northern Trust, the first of four FedEx Cup playoff tournaments. DeChambeau, 24, who won the Memorial Tournament in June, shot 2-under 69 on Sunday for an 18-under 266 total and four-stroke victory at Ridgewood Country Club in Paramus, N.J. Tony Finau (68) placed second at 14-under 270. It was DeChambeau’s third career victory. The low 100 in the FedEx Cup standings qualified for this week’s Dell Technologies Championship, which will be played Friday through Monday at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass. (scores).
Number of victories for Italians on the European Tour this season as Andrea Pavan won the D+D Real Czech Masters. It was the first victory on the European Tour for Pavan, 29, a four-time winner on the Challenge Tour who played for 2009 NCAA champion Texas A&M. Pavan closed with a 5-under 67 for a 22-under 266 total and two-stroke victory over Ireland’s Padraig Harrington (69) at Albatross Golf Resort in Prague, Czech Republic. Pavan joined countryman Francesco Molinari, who won the BMW PGA and British Open earlier this season, as Italian champions (scores).
Score, a par, on the first playoff hole, as Robert Streb defeated Peter Malnati to win the Web.com Tour’s Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship, the first of the developmental tour’s four-event finals. Streb and Malnati, both Americans, had tied at 12-under 272 at Ohio State Golf Club’s Scarlet Course in Columbus, Ohio (scores). Streb earned a return to the PGA Tour for next season after he had missed 19 cuts in 29 starts this year, with a T-10 in the opposite-field Barbasol Championship as his best result. He finished 178th in the FedEx Cup standings. The top 25 from the Web.com Tour finals will join the top 25 from the regular-season money list in earning playing privileges for the 2018-19 PGA Tour season.
Score on the front nine for American Scott Parel, who shot 9-under 63 and cruised to a three-stroke victory in the Champions Tour’s Boeing Classic. Parel ran off six consecutive birdies in making the turn at 7 under at The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge in Snoqualmie, Wash. It was only the second career victory on a major professional tour for Parel, 53, who won in 2013 on the Web.com Tour (scores).
Number of years since a Canadian had won the LPGA’s CP Women’s Open before Brooke Henderson of Smiths Falls, Ontario, claimed her national open. Henderson, who will turn 21 on Sept. 10, shot a final-round 7-under 65 for a 21-under 267 total and four-stroke victory at Wascana Country Club in Regina, Saskatchewan. American Angel Yin (68) finished second at 17-under 271. It was the seventh career victory for Henderson and her second this season. Sandra Post holds the record for most career LPGA victories by a Canadian, with eight. Jocelyne Bourassa was the previous Canadian to win her national open, in 1973 (scores).