Cink in four-way tie for lead as Fowler battles

Solenn Plantier
Juin 22, 2017

Munoz, a 24-year-old, third-year pro from Colombia who's chasing his first victory on tour, was bogey-free during the best round of his career.

EUROPEAN PGA TOUR: Chilean golfer Felipe Aguilar followed up his strong start with a 2-under 70 on Friday to retain a two-stroke lead after the second round of the Lyoness Open in Atzenbrugg, Austria.

Billy Horschel (64), overnight leader Rafa Cabrera Bello (71), Kevin Chappell (69), Chez Reavie (69) and amateur Braden Thornberry (65) tied for fourth at eight under.

"I would just say that this is a great golf tournament and I want to be ready to play, compete this week", Mickelson said on Thursday. He will be among the sleepers next week at the U.S. Open. "I stroked the ball well", said the 2011 Masters champion.

The American, who qualified for next week's U.S. Open, is alongside Matt Every, Scott Brown and Sebastian Munoz atop the leaderboard.

From nearly 89% greens in regulation in his opening 65, Jones could only manage 50% today, but his scrambling shone in firing a one-under-par 69 to sit six under and just three from the halfway St.Jude Classic lead.

Phil Mickelson finished ninth at 7 under after grabbing the lead at one point during the final round.

Kim had a birdie at No. 15 to move to 9 under and into a three-way tie with Berger and Schwartzel before finishing with three pars in his round of 67.

Americans Chad Campbell and Luke List trail by one stroke, while South African Charl Schwartzel, who had a share of the halfway lead, regressed with a 74 to fall four strokes off the pace.

It's tough to say Berger won because of this par save, but it was a sporty way to open his round. "So going back to 2008 probably, the first half of '08, and I really, really felt good about my game and I felt like I had a chance to win a lot of tournaments".

LPGA: Ariya Jutanugarn won the Manulife Classic with birdie on the first playoff hole to beat Lexi Thompson and In Gee Chun in Cambridge, Ontario.

DES MOINES, Iowa - Bernhard Langer is on quite a roll as he tries to become the first in seven years to win three straight PGA Tour Champions events.

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