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Topic - Kevin Na
He set the 36-hole scoring record at 10-under 130 and left the rest of the field wondering if the 29-year-old German was playing a different course, or even a different tournament.
Graeme McDowell, Kevin Na and Brendon de Jonge took advantage of favorable conditions to shoot 2-under 68, and Martin Kaymer cruised around Pinehurst No. 2 in the afternoon looking to snatch the lead for himself Thursday.
Three days of practice at the new Pinehurst No. 2 was enough to make Martin Kaymer believe this would be the same old U.S. Open.
With every swing, Hideki Matsuyama appeared to join a cast of top players throwing away a chance to win the Memorial.
DUBLIN, Ohio — With every swing, Hideki Matsuyama appeared to join a cast of top players throwing away a chance to win the Memorial.
Bubba Watson, toddler son Caleb in his arms, chose to look at his improvement instead of dwell on one fateful swing.
John Senden never imagined it would take more than seven years to win again. Even more surprising is how he won the Valspar Championship.
More than seven years without a victory. A trip to Augusta National riding on the outcome. A three-way tie for the lead going into a daunting three-hole closing stretch called "The Snake Pit" on the Copperhead course of Innisbrook.
Robert Garrigus missed two short par putts over the last seven holes Saturday, and just like that, his four-shot lead dwindled to one in the Valspar Championship.
Robert Garrigus missed two short putts on the back nine and had to settle for a 1-under 70 and a one-shot lead Saturday in the Valspar Championship.
They accepted their fates with relative good spirits after their rounds, especially when each was informed of the other's identical score. "Did he really?" said Na, who finished when Watson was on the 14th hole. "Well, that makes me feel better."
Kevin Na has shot some big scores before. Add No. 12 at Augusta National to the list.
In more peaceful times, when Tiger Woods had gone six months without losing and golf seemed to revolve around him, he ended a monthly newsletter with a rare trip to the soap box to complain about the pace of play on the PGA Tour.
The only complaint about Matt Kuchar was not winning enough. He picked up a big one Sunday at The Players Championship.
"There was some moisture on the greens and you were able to hold shots," Na said. "I was able to capitalize on a good tee time. But there's a long way to go. Obviously, I'm 2-under par right now, but at the end of the tournament even par is going to win this championship."