Keeping Score

Keeping score

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Number of senior major championships that American Ken Tanigawa has won as the second-year Champions Tour player claimed the Senior PGA Championship on Sunday. Tanigawa shot even-par 70 for a 3-under 277 and one-stroke victory at Oak Hill Country Club in Rochester, N.Y. Tanigawa, 51, was named the 2018 rookie of the year after winning once in his debut season on the senior tour. American Scott McCarron, who had won two of the past four events on the 50-and-older tour, finished second at 2-under 278. England’s Paul Broadhurst, the 54-hole leader, faded with a final-round 75 to third at 1-under 279 (scores).


2

Number of consecutive years that Kevin Na, who won the Charles Schwab Championship on Sunday for his third career victory, has won on the Tour. Na, 35, a native South Korean who was raised in southern California, shot 4-under 66 for a 13-under 267 total and four-stroke victory at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas. Before he won at the Greenbrier Resort last summer, Na had gone seven years without winning. American Tony Finau (68) finished second with a 9-under 271 at Colonial (scores).


4

Score, a birdie, on the second playoff hole for American Scott Scheffler, who outlasted Colombia’s Marcelo Rozo to win the Web.com Tour’s Evans Scholars Invitational. Scheffler closed with a 9-under 63 to tie Rozo (69) at 17-under 271 at The Glen Club in Glenview, Ill. After each parred the par-5 18th hole in the playoff, they returned to the 18th, where Scheffler, 22, earned his first victory on the developmental tour. He has finished seventh or better in five consecutive starts (scores).


12

Number of strokes under par that Spain’s Nuria Iturrios finished to win the Symetra Tour’s Zimmer Biomet Championship. Iturrios, 23, shot 1-under 71 for a 276 total and two-stroke victory at Grand National’s Lake Course on the RTJ Golf Trail in Auburn, Ala. (scores).


14

Number of strokes under par that Austria’s Bernd Wiesberger finished to win the European Tour’s Made in Denmark. Wiesberger, 33, closed with a 5-under 66 and 270 total at Himmerland Golf & Spa Resort in Farso, Denmark. It was his fifth career victory and first in his 13th start since missing seven months of competition last year after surgery on his left wrist. Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre, a 2018 Challenge Tour graduate, finished second, one stroke behind, for his second consecutive runner-up (scores).


25

Number of strokes by which Oklahoma State leads after three rounds of the NCAA Division I Men’s Championship. OSU’s Matthew Wolff shot 2-under 70 for a 7-under 209 total and two-stroke lead over teammate Austin Eckroat for the individual title at Blessings Golf Club in Fayetteville, Ark. The top 15 teams and nine individuals from non-qualifying teams advanced to today’s final round, which will determine the medalist and the eight teams that advance to match play Tuesday and Wednesday to decide the team champion. The Cowboys, the defending champions, are shooting for their 12th NCAA title (scores).


67

Final-round score for England’s Bronte Law, her fourth consecutive round in the 60s, to win the LPGA’s Pure Silk Championship. Law, 24, finished at 17-under 267 for a two-stroke victory over Japan’s Nasa Hataoka, Canada’s Brooke Henderson and Sweden’s Madelene Sagstrom at Kingsmill Resort’s River Course in Williamsburg, Va. (scores).


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