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Moments removed from a near-disaster on the same hole, Rose shot an even-par 4 on 18, the first playoff hole, preventing Shawn Stefani from winning his first PGA Tour event and taking home the Quicken Loans National title himself.
The Quicken Loans National, which has been played two weeks before the U.S. Open since 2009, will be played two weeks after the British Open next year when it shifts to the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia.
Patrick Reed holds a two-shot lead at the Quicken Loans National at Congressional heading into the final round.
Oliver Goss shot a 66 Friday in the Quicken Loans National, putting him in a tie for first with Patrick Reed, Ricky Barnes and Marc Leishman at 6 under.
Consecutive weekends qualifying for a tournament on a sponsor's exemption will not make Oliver Goss, who turned professional just two weeks ago, a household name. Rounds like the one he had Friday at the Quicken Loans National, however, could go a long way in defining the accomplished former amateur's career.
In the last threesome off the 10th tee Thursday morning, Chalmers' score surpassed that of Ricky Barnes, who held the lead for much of the morning at 4-under, and weathered a late challenge from Freddie Jacobson, who birdied four of his final seven holes to match Barnes.
As the tournament begins again Thursday, never in its seven-year history has a player seeking his first PGA Tour win hoisted the signature U.S. Capitol trophy.
Hideki Matsuyama earned his first victory in America and validation as one of golf's young stars Sunday with birdie on the 18th hole to force a playoff and a 10-foot par putt on the first extra to win the Memorial.
Bubba Watson has been coming to Muirfield Village ever since his rookie year on the PGA Tour. Nine years later, he might have finally figured it out.