Keeping Score

Keeping score


Rank in scrambling for the week at the U.S. Open for Gary Woodland, who claimed his first major championship with a three-stroke triumph Sunday at Pebble Beach (Calif.) Golf Links. Woodland, who saved par 16 of 20 times after missing greens, came into the week ranked 169th in scrambling on the PGA Tour. Woodland, 35, shot a final-round 3-under 69 for a 13-under 271 total. It was his fourth career victory on the PGA Tour. Brooks Koepka, who was seeking a third consecutive Open title, closed with 68 for a 10-under 274 total and runner-up spot (scores).


Number of career victories for Brooke Henderson, who won the Meijer LPGA Classic in Grand Rapids, Mich. Henderson, 21, who won for the second time this season, became the winningest Canadian golfer, male or female, on the major professional tours. She shot a final-round 2-under 70 for a 21-under 267 total at Blythefield Country Club. Americans Lexi Thompson (68) and Brittany Altomare (68) shared second place with Australia’s Su Oh (66) and Japan’s Nasa Hataoka (65) at 20-under 268 (scores).


Number of strokes under par for 54 holes for Jillian Hollis, who won the Symetra Tour’s Forsyth Classic in Decatur, Ill. Hollis shot 2-under 70 for a 203 total and two-stroke victory at Hickory Point Golf Course. It was the second victory of the season for Hollis and her fifth top-10 finish in nine starts. With her $30,000 check, Hollis, 22, a second-year pro, jumped to No. 1 in the developmental tour’s season-long standings (scores).


Number of bogey-free holes, including a three-hole playoff, that Xinjun Zhang played to close out the Tour’s Lincoln Land Championship in Springfield, Ill. Zhang birdied the third hole of a sudden-death playoff at Panther Creek Country Club to hold off American Dylan Wu for his second victory of the season. Zhang, 32, of China, shot 5-under 66 for a 15-under 269 total (scores).


Final-round score in the U.S. Open for Tiger Woods, his lowest score in the national championship since 2009. Woods, a three-time Open champion who won the Masters in April for his 15th major title, tied for 21st at 2-under 282. Woods has not won the U.S. Open since 2008.


Final score, a 72-hole U.S. Open record for an amateur, shot by Norway’s Viktor Hovland, who tied for 12th at Pebble Beach (Calif.) Golf Links. Hovland, 21, the former Oklahoma State player who won the U.S. Amateur last year at Pebble Beach, turned pro after the tournament and will make his professional debut this week at the Travelers Championship. Hovland broke the amateur scoring record of 282, set by Jack Nicklaus in 1960 when he was runner-up to Arnold Palmer at Cherry Hills near Denver.

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