Cantlay and Schauffele closed with an even-par-72 in the alternate-shot final round to finish at 29-under 259 at TPC Louisiana. They broke the tournament record of 27 under set by Kevin Kisner-Scott Brown and Jonas Blixt-Cameron Smith in 2017, the first year the tournament was played as a team event.
The Presidents Cup and Ryder Cup partners opened with a tournament-record 59 on Thursday in best-ball play. They were at an event-record 17 under, with only one bogey through 36 holes. The teams of David Lipsky-Aaron Rai and Doc Redman-Sam Ryder were second after 67s. All four of those players
Playing four groups ahead of Cantlay, Spieth birdied Harbour Town’s par-4 18th lighthouse hole in regulation, holing a 10-footer for a 5-under 66 and 13-under 271 total. Cantlay parred the 18th in regulation for a 68. When Spieth finished, he was a stroke behind Shane Lowry. But Lowry’s chip on
MIAMI: India’s Anirban Lahiri birdied three of his last four holes to seize a one-stroke lead before darkness halted Sunday’s third round of the storm-hit Players Championship. Lahiri made six birdies against a lone bogey to reach 5-under through 11 holes at TPC Sawgrass and stand on 9-under overall, one stroke ahead of Americans
Who’s leading after day one? The weather. And it may be leading after day two. And even day three. During Thursday’s first round of the Players Championship, not only did storms stop play for hours, it paused the difficulty at TPC Sawgrass, softening greens and forcing officials to allow the generous
Rory McIlroy is confident his game is in shape to challenge at this week’s Players Championship after missing the cut as defending champion last year. The Northern Irishman, who won the PGA Tour’s flagship event in 2019, opened with a seven-over-par 79 in 2021, after the 2020 event was hit
Viktor Hovland stormed into a two-shot halfway lead at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, as Rory McIlroy was left to rue a costly finish to his second round. Hovland, chasing a fourth victory in his last eight worldwide starts, mixed seven birdies with a lone bogey to card a round-of-the-day 66