Keeping Score

Keeping score


Number of strokes by which American David Lipsky won the Alfred Dunhill Championship on Sunday in Malelane, South Africa. Lipsky recovered from a double bogey at the par-3 16th hole at Leopard Creek Country Club to birdie the par-5 18th for a 4-under 68 and 14-under 274 total. Scotland’s David Drysdale (67) placed second at 12-under 276. It was the second victory on the European Tour and first since 2014 for Lipsky, 30, a Californian and Northwestern alumnus. He earned €237,750 (about $269,000) from the €1.5 million (about $1.696 million) purse (scores).


Number of strokes under par that Thailand’s Poom Saksansin finished to win the BNI Indonesian Masters, the season finale on the Asian Tour. Saksansin shot 4-under 68 for a 268 total and three-stroke victory over countryman Jazz Janewattananond (65) at Royale Jakarta Golf Club. Sweden’s Henrik Stenson, who was ranked No. 27 in the world, finished fourth, and England’s Justin Rose, the world’s No. 2 golfer, tied for 17th. Saksansin, who also won the 2016 Indonesian Masters, earned $135,000 from the $750,000 purse (scores).


Final-round score shot by the team of Davis Love III and his son, Dru, to win the PNC Father-Son Challenge in Orlando, Fla. Team Love, sparked by two eagles, shot 16 under at Ritz-Carlton Golf Club to post a 36-hole 26-under 118 score for a three-stroke victory in the scramble format. They will split $200,000 from the $1.085 million purse in the unofficial Champions Tour event. It was the second Father-Son victory for the Loves, who also won in 2012 (scores).

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