PGA Tour’s bubble players take center stage at Wyndham

PGA Tour’s bubble players take center stage at Wyndham

PGA Tour’s bubble players take center stage at Wyndham

"It's going to turn into a birdie-fest like it always does, because the course is in great shape", 2007 victor Brandt Snedeker said Wednesday.

Brandt Snedeker predicted low scores at the Wyndham Championship - but not this low.

Furyk also shot 59 in the BMW Championship in 2013. "I don't do this every day".

Moore joined Snedeker on 59-watch late in the afternoon with six birdies in his first 10 holes, but stalled coming in to finish four shots off the mark.

"When the 5-iron got close on seven, I was like 'Okay, you got to do it - it's not going to get any easier than this, '" he added.

Both men are likely to need a top-five finish to survive, although Lowry was seventh in the same event a year ago and has been a different player since splitting from his long-time caddie Dermot Byrne.

Alexa and Cortana integration starts rolling out today
Alexa on the other hand unlocks access to Amazon's range of service including music playback and voice shopping, for example. The feature would work by using the keywords "Open Cortana" on the Alexa, which opens a portal onto the Cortana service.

Furyk blazed his way into the record books once again as he fired the first 58 in PGA Tour history during the final round at TPC River Highlands.

Playing at the La Quinta Country Club, one of three course in play for the pro-am tournament, the Canadian carded 13 birdies including the decisive three-footer on his final hole, although a final-round 70 left him one shot behind Hudson Swafford on Sunday evening. "It's probably why I love golf so much, you never know what you're going to get when you show up".

The last time the former Masters champion finished that high on the leaderboard in a strokeplay event on the PGA Tour was in the Valspar Championship in March, when he was fourth behind England's Paul Casey. He gained over six strokes on the field on approach shots on the day.

"Walking to the ninth tee I kept telling myself "I can not let this opportunity get out of my hands", he said, and he didn t". Snedeker missed a 3-foot birdie putt on No. 8. "So you know what you have to do when you step up on the first tee - put the ball in play and give yourself some opportunities".

He promptly missed a five-foot birdie chance at his penultimate hole, leaving him needing a birdie at the par-four ninth.

"Could have been even more special", he said, "but happy with the way everything turned out".

Related news



[an error occurred while processing the directive]