Number of European Tour titles that Matt Wallace has won this season as the Englishman prevailed Sunday in a four-man playoff at the Made in Denmark tournament. Wallace, 28, birdied five of his last six holes in regulation to shoot 5-under 67 and tie countrymen Steven Brown (68), Jonathan Thomson (68) and Lee Westwood (69) at 19-under 269 at Silkeborg Ry Golf Club in Aarhus, Denmark. With European Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn watching, Wallace then birdied the 18th hole twice in the playoff to win and strengthen his standing as a potential wild-card pick for this month’s matches against the U.S. (scores).
Number of strokes by which American Marina Alex won the Cambria Portland Classic for her first LPGA victory. Alex shot a final-round 7-under 65 for a 19-under 269 total at Columbia Edgewater Country Club in Portland, Ore. England’s Georgia Hall, the 54-hole leader, faded with a 75 and 15-under 273 total for second place (scores).
Number of birdies that Abraham Ancer made in a front-nine 30 as he posted a 6-under 65 and held a one-stroke lead entering today’s final round of the PGA Tour’s Dell Technologies Championship. Ancer, who was born in the U.S. but raised in Mexico and holds dual American and Mexican citizenship, stood at 13-under 200 after 54 holes at TPC Boston in Norton, Mass. American Bryson DeChambeau, whose 63 was the low round of the day, shared second place with England’s Tyrrell Hatton (69) at 12-under 201. The Dell is the second of four events in the PGA Tour’s season-ending playoffs (scores).
Number of career victories on the Champions Tour for American Scott McCarron, who successfully defended his title in the Shaw Charity Classic. Aided by a hole-in-one at the 163-yard 14th hole, McCarron, 53, shot 7-under 63 at Canyon Meadows Golf Club in Calgary, Alberta. Americans Joe Durant (67), Scott Parel (62) and Kirk Triplett (65) shared second at 14-under 196 (scores).
Number of strokes under par that American Kramer Hickok finished to post a wire-to-wire victory in the DAP Championship for his first title on the Web.com Tour. Kramer, 26, closed with a 2-under 68 and 266 total for a three-stroke victory at Canterbury Golf Club in Beachwood, Ohio. American Hunter Mahan (67) and Australian Matt Jones (67) shared second at 11-under 269 (scores).
Number of years since the United States had won the Women’s World Amateur Team Championship before the American victory Saturday. Kristen Gillman shot 6-under 67, and Jennifer Kupcho added a 69 as the Americans cruised to a 10-stroke victory against Japan at Carton House Golf Club in Maynooth, Ireland. The U.S. had won the Espirito Santo Trophy in 13 of the first 18 biennial events, through 1998.
Final-round score for Sweden’s Linnea Strom, a Symetra Tour rookie who won the Sioux Falls GreatLife Challenge. Despite bogeying two of her final three holes, Strom closed with a 3-under round for an 11-under 269 total and one-stroke victory at Willow Run Golf Course in Sioux Falls, S.D. (scores).