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Topic - Marc Leishman
The Australian was alone at 5-under before the wind curtailed his momentum and started a free-fall. After he took the lead with birdie on No. 3, Leishman carded five bogeys and two double-bogeys from No. 4 to No. 13, losing nine strokes in a 10-hole stretch.
Tiger Woods was right. The South Course at Torrey Pines is playing about as tough as it did for the U.S. Open in 2008.
HONOLULU (AP) — Brian Stuard had his fourth straight round of 65 at the Sony Open. Too bad it was only Friday.
HONOLULU (AP) — Fans soaking up the sun along the shores of Oahu took home plenty of memories Friday in the Sony Open, the least of which was Brian Stuard atop the leaderboard with this fourth straight round of 65 at Waialae.
Adam Scott considers it the signature moment of his career, even if it wasn't the putt that made him the first Australian to win the Masters.
Capsules of the Sunday matches at the Presidents Cup:
A rain delay of nearly three hours made fans a little more boisterous when play resumed Friday at the Presidents Cup.
Jordan Spieth started the season without status on any tour. He ends it by going to the Presidents Cup.
International team captain Nick Price selected Brendon de Jonge of Zimbabwe and Marc Leishman of Australia. Neither has played in the Presidents Cup. He passed over Tim Clark of South Africa.
Justin Rose took care of winning his first major championship last week.
"It's a perfect week for the week after a major," said Rose, who won last week with a score of 1-over 281. "It's got challenges out there, but the challenge is, can you go low?"
When Australian golfer Marc Leishman heard about the December shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School, he immediately went to his computer to look at a map.
England's Brian Davis took the first-round lead in the RBC Heritage, while Jason Day and Marc Leishman kept the Australian flag flying high.
“I saw it,” Leishman said about his name atop the leaderboard.
Leishman said the course played as difficult as he’s seen it in his three Masters. Saturday’s third round last year, when he shot par, played firm and fast, but it didn’t have the wind like Friday’s.