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FedEx St. Jude Classic 2018

DATES: June 07-10
SITE: TPC Southwind, Memphis, Tennessee
PRIZE MONEY: $6,600,000

Round 4 - Dustin Johnson reclaims number 1

June 10, 2018

Dustin Johnson warmed up for the US Open by reclaiming the world number one ranking on Sunday, cruising to a six-shot victory at the Fedex St.Jude Classic.

Johnson, who started the day alongside Andrew Putnam at the top of the leaderboard, held his nerve to close with a four-under-par 66 at TPC Southwind in Memphis, Tennessee.

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The 33-year-old sealed his win in emphatic style, holing out for a sensational eagle two on the 18th to roars from the gallery.

Johnson finished the tournament with a four-round aggregate 261, 19 under par.

"What a cool way to end the day to hole that shot on 18," Johnson said afterward.

"A lot of good things happened this week. I knew coming in this week I was swinging really well and I had confidence in my game."

Putnam's challenge wilted after a disastrous double-bogey on the par-four first which left Johnson with sole possession of the lead.

The win ensures Johnson will return to the top of the rankings as the golf world prepares for the second major of the season at next week's US Open at Shinnecock Hills, New York.

Johnson had ceded his number one spot to Justin Thomas last month following a 64-week reign at the top of the standings.

Sunday's victory was the 18th PGA Tour win of Johnson's career, and his first since a triumph at the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Hawaii in January.

"It was nice to be back in the hunt, to get the lead and to get the juices flowing a little bit," Johnson said.

"It feels like it's been a long time (since my last win), even though it's only been six months."

Johnson admitted he couldn't be happier with his form as he aims to claim a second US Open after his victory at Oakmont in 2016.

"I have high expectations going in every week," Johnson said. "But I feel like my game's in good shape.

"I'm driving really well. I'm hitting my irons well, and my wedges are really good. I'm really looking forward to it.

"I haven't seen the golf course yet but I'll go there tomorrow and get 18 holes in and we'll see."

Putnam, meanwhile, who has yet to win on the PGA Tour, said he would take positives from the way he managed to steady his round after dropping three shots in his opening five holes.

The 29-year-old played went one under for the remaining 13 holes to close on 13 under par, four shots clear of J.B. Holmes in third.

"I had a lot of fun," Putnam said. "I felt like I handled myself better than my score looked. The first couple of holes were a little rough, but overall, I had a great time.

"I'll definitely learn from this experience."

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Dustin Johnson
USA
-19
67
63
65
66
261
2
Andrew Putnam
USA
-13
67
64
64
72
267
3
J. B. Holmes
USA
-9
69
67
68
67
271

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Round 3 - Andrew Putnam joins Dustin Johnson in lead

June 09, 2018

Dustin Johnson, seeking a win that would put him back atop the world rankings going into next week's US Open, fired a five-under par 65 on Saturday to share the FedEx St. Jude Classic lead with Andrew Putnam.

Johnson, who took a one-shot lead into Saturday's third round at TPC Southwind in Memphis, had six birdies and one bogey in his five-under effort to join Putnam atop the leaderboard on 15-under 195.

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Putnam had six birdies without a bogey in his 64, capping his round with a 17-foot birdie putt at the 18th.

The leaders were five strokes in front of Stewart Cink, whose six-under par 64 was highlighted by a hole-in-one at the par-three eighth.

Cink, the 2009 British Open champion, also had five birdies, rolling in a 29-footer at the 14th before his only bogey of the day at 17.

Johnson, who lost the world number one ranking to Justin Thomas last month after reigning for 64 straight weeks, can move back atop the summit with a win on Sunday.

He birdied two of his first five holes before his only bogey of the day at the ninth, where he was in the rough off the tee.

His four birdies coming in included a birdie at the par-five 16th, where his shot out of a greenside bunker left him five feet to the hole.

That gave him a one-shot edge over fellow American Putnam, who grabbed his share of the lead with his long birdie putt at the last, capping a superb day on the greens.

"It's going to feel a little different than the typical Sunday round of golf," said Putnam, who will be playing in the final group on Sunday for the first time.

Johnson has 17 PGA Tour victories, including the 2016 US Open, while Putnam's 43 career starts have yielded nothing higher than a top-five finish.

"I'm excited for it," Putnam said of the challenge. "I've earned my way here and I feel like it's going to be a fun day."

Pos
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
T1
Andrew Putnam
USA
-15
67
64
64
195
T1
Dustin Johnson
USA
-15
67
63
65
195
3
Stewart Cink
USA
-10
68
68
64
200
T4
Richy Werenski
USA
-9
68
67
66
201
T4
Wesley Bryan
USA
-9
66
66
69
201
6
Chez Reavie
USA
-8
67
67
68
202
T7
Brandt Snedeker
USA
-7
71
62
70
203
T7
Cheng Tsung Pan
TPE
-7
67
65
71
203
T7
Trey Mullinax
USA
-7
69
69
65
203
T10
Braden Thornberry
USA
-6
73
66
65
204
T10
Brooks Koepka
USA
-6
66
69
69
204
T10
Chris Kirk
USA
-6
66
72
66
204
T10
Denny McCarthy
USA
-6
68
67
69
204
T10
J. B. Holmes
USA
-6
69
67
68
204
T10
Michael Kim
KOR
-6
66
71
67
204
T10
Scott Stallings
USA
-6
67
70
67
204
T10
Seamus Power
IRL
-6
65
69
70
204
T10
Steve Stricker
USA
-6
66
70
68
204

Round 2 - Dustin Johnson takes lead in Tennessee

June 08, 2018

Dustin Johnson, tuning up for the US Open and aiming to regain the world number one ranking, fired a seven-under par 63 on Friday to grab the second-round lead at the FedEx St. Jude Classic.

Johnson holed out for an eagle and nabbed six birdies as he built a 10-under par total of 130 at TPC Southwind in Memphis, Tennessee.

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Johnson had a one-shot lead over fellow Americans Ryan Blaum and Andrew Putnam.

"I feel like I'm playing really well," said Johnson, who lost the number one ranking to Justin Thomas last month after reigning for 64 straight weeks.

"I'm swinging the club well. I know if I can drive it in the fairway I'm going to give myself a good look for birdie. I felt like I did that pretty much all day.

"I hit a lot of great shots in there, had a lot of good looks at birdie."

Johnson opened with a birdie at the 10th. After bogeys at 12 and 13 he bounced back with birdies at 14 and 16.

He jump-started his round with an eagle at the first, where he holed out with a wedge from 111 yards.

Johnson's approach at the second left him less than a foot for birdie, and he added birdies at three, six and nine -- and needed only 24 putts in the round.

"I'm rolling it down the line I'm looking," Johnson said. "If I can get a good read and good speed, they're going to go in."

Blaum had seven birdies in a six-under 64 and as did Putnam as they shared second on nine-under 131.

Taiwan's C.T. Pan and American Wesley Bryan were a further stroke back and Brandt Snedeker was on 133 after a sizzling 62 that featured eight birdies without a bogey.

Snedeker, coming back this season after injury sidelined him for much of 2017, said it was encouraging to see his work paying off.

"Until you start seeing results, you start questioning what you're doing," he said. "You need to see these positive days, where it's, 'OK, I am doing the right stuff, and it's coming around. I'm not losing my mind.'"

Five-time major winner Phil Mickelson, trying to build momentum for a run at the US Open title that has so long eluded him, followed up his first-round 66 with an even par 70.

"It's tough to get the ball on the green if you don't drive it in the fairway," Mickelson said. "And around the greens it's tough because the rough is challenging. I made a few bogeys because I struggled with the difficulty around the greens.

"I didn't really have it today, but I was able to close out the round with a couple of birdies and get it back to even and I'm in a decent position."

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
Dustin Johnson
USA
-10
67
63
130
T2
Andrew Putnam
USA
-9
67
64
131
T2
Ryan Blaum
USA
-9
67
64
131
T4
Cheng Tsung Pan
TPE
-8
67
65
132
T4
Wesley Bryan
USA
-8
66
66
132
6
Brandt Snedeker
USA
-7
71
62
133
T7
Chez Reavie
USA
-6
67
67
134
T7
Seamus Power
IRL
-6
65
69
134
T9
Brooks Koepka
USA
-5
66
69
135
T9
Denny McCarthy
USA
-5
68
67
135
T9
Dominic Bozzelli
USA
-5
67
68
135
T9
Richy Werenski
USA
-5
68
67
135
T9
Troy Merritt
USA
-5
66
69
135
T14
J. B. Holmes
USA
-4
69
67
136
T14
Phil Mickelson
USA
-4
66
70
136
T14
Steve Stricker
USA
-4
66
70
136
T14
Stewart Cink
USA
-4
68
68
136
T14
Stuart Appleby
AUS
-4
66
70
136

Round 1 - Power leading FedEx St. Jude, 11 chasing

June 07, 2018

Phil Mickelson got the strong finish he wanted. Steve Stricker is having too much fun to just stick to the senior circuit.

Mickelson and Stricker shot 4-under 66 on Thursday in the St. Jude Classic, leaving them in an 11-player tie for second - a stroke behind Seamus Power of Ireland. Mickelson matched his best opening round in relation to par this season.

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''Oh, it was a great start for me,'' Mickelson said. ''I ended up finishing off the round. I had a nice little stretch there in the middle where I went birdie, eagle, and I was able to finish it off with some pars after some poor tee shots.

''It's a good start. It's not like you're trying to win the tournament on Thursday. But it's nice not to put myself too far behind so I'm playing catch-up. So another good round tomorrow will put me right in it for the weekend.''

Power birdied his final hole for the lead over Mickelson, Stricker, U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka and others. He went to No. 18 tied with seven others atop the leaderboard and took the lead himself with his second birdie over his final three holes.

The 51-year-old Stricker had a long day Monday qualifying nearby for the U.S. Open. He played only six holes Tuesday and a nine-hole pro-am Wednesday to rest up. He turned in a bogey-free round Thursday and capped his day chipping in from 34 feet for his fourth birdie. He has two top-25 finishes in seven tournaments on the PGA Tour this season, and Stricker said he wants to show he can finish off an event.

''I still feel like I should play out here. I belong out here. I'm trying to stick with that,'' said Stricker, a two-time winner this year on the PGA Tour Champions.

Koepka is preparing for his U.S. Open title defense next week at Shinnecock Hills.

Second-ranked Dustin Johnson was at 67 with Retief Goosen, Scott Stallings and seven others.

Two-time defending champ Daniel Berger bogeyed three of his first five holes and finished with five bogeys and five birdies for a 70.

Mickelson won in March in Mexico for his 43rd career victory, and he has tied for second at the TPC Southwind twice with a tie for third since 2013. He is looking for his first win here while tuning up his game for the U.S. Open. He matched the 4-under par 68 he opened with at the Houston Open in April with three birdies, an eagle and one bogey.

This tournament at TPC Southwind will become a World Golf Championship event in 2019, and Mickelson said this course is tough for anyone to shoot really low. That makes limiting mistakes crucial.

''If you don't make any, you don't lose too much ground and you can make it up quick,'' Mickelson said. ''It's just a course that's hard to go really low on. That's something I've picked up on this golf course over the years. There's a lot more big numbers on this course than you think. Water comes into play. There's just some challenges. So I ended up eliminating the big numbers and fortunate enough to salvage par on No. 9 and 12 in today's round.''

Johnson hit into the water for a double-bogey on No. 9. A winner here in 2012, Johnson also had the shot of the day on the par-4 No. 12. With his ball near the water, Johnson took off his right shoe and rolled up his pant leg before stepping into the water. He chipped in from 40 feet.

''It wasn't a very easy shot, and I actually didn't hit it very well,'' Johnson said. ''I just got lucky and it went in the hole.''

Koepka got to 5 under with a string of four straight birdies but his second bogey cost him a share of the lead.

''I didn't play well at all to be honest with you,'' Koepka said. ''We hit some pretty poor shots. We were kind of all over the place, but hope to figure this out for the rest of this week.''

Power played in college across the state at East Tennessee State, the 31-year-old Irishman came into this event ranked No. 345 in the world. Teeing off in the morning and starting on No. 1, Power birdied two of his first three holes before dropping a stroke with a bogey on No. 4. He bounced right back with a birdie, and his sixth birdie came after hitting his approach from 128 yards to 3 feet to match his low round of the year.

''I played here last year and it kind of suits my eye, so I kind of feel good going out,'' said Power, who tied for 27th here in 2017.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
1
Seamus Power
IRL
-5
65
T2
Brandon Harkins
USA
-4
66
T2
Brooks Koepka
USA
-4
66
T2
Chris Kirk
USA
-4
66
T2
Fabian Gomez
ARG
-4
66
T2
Mackenzie Hughes
CAN
-4
66
T2
Michael Kim
KOR
-4
66
T2
Phil Mickelson
USA
-4
66
T2
Steve Stricker
USA
-4
66
T2
Stuart Appleby
AUS
-4
66
T2
Troy Merritt
USA
-4
66
T2
Wesley Bryan
USA
-4
66
T13
Andrew Putnam
USA
-3
67
T13
Byeong-Hun An
KOR
-3
67
T13
Cheng Tsung Pan
TPE
-3
67
T13
Chez Reavie
USA
-3
67
T13
Dominic Bozzelli
USA
-3
67
T13
Dustin Johnson
USA
-3
67
T13
Matt Jones
AUS
-3
67
T13
Retief Goosen
RSA
-3
67
T13
Ryan Blaum
USA
-3
67
T13
Scott Stallings
USA
-3
67

 

Scores

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Dustin Johnson
USA
-19
67
63
65
66
261
2
Andrew Putnam
USA
-13
67
64
64
72
267
3
J. B. Holmes
USA
-9
69
67
68
67
271
T4
Richy Werenski
USA
-8
68
67
66
71
272
T4
Stewart Cink
USA
-8
68
68
64
72
272
T6
Austin Cook
USA
-7
69
70
69
65
273
T6
Brandt Snedeker
USA
-7
71
62
70
70
273
T6
Chez Reavie
USA
-7
67
67
68
71
273
T6
Chris Kirk
USA
-7
66
72
66
69
273
T6
Retief Goosen
RSA
-7
67
72
68
66
273
T6
Trey Mullinax
USA
-7
69
69
65
70
273
T12
Brian Gay
USA
-6
69
70
67
68
274
T12
Phil Mickelson
USA
-6
66
70
73
65
274
T12
Seamus Power
IRL
-6
65
69
70
70
274
T12
Stuart Appleby
AUS
-6
66
70
69
69
274
T12
Troy Merritt
USA
-6
66
69
72
67
274
T12
Wesley Bryan
USA
-6
66
66
69
73
274
T18
Cheng Tsung Pan
TPE
-5
67
65
71
72
275
T18
Denny McCarthy
USA
-5
68
67
69
71
275
T18
J. T. Poston
USA
-5
70
68
68
69
275
T18
Michael Kim
KOR
-5
66
71
67
71
275
T18
Robert Garrigus
USA
-5
69
71
66
69
275
T18
Ryan Blaum
USA
-5
67
64
74
70
275
T18
Steve Stricker
USA
-5
66
70
68
71
275
T18
Vaughn Taylor
USA
-5
71
68
68
68
275
T26
Braden Thornberry
USA
-4
73
66
65
72
276
T26
Cameron Percy
AUS
-4
71
68
69
68
276
T26
Charles Howell III
USA
-4
70
69
66
71
276
T26
Henrik Stenson
SWE
-4
68
71
66
71
276
T30
Brooks Koepka
USA
-3
66
69
69
73
277
T30
Cody Gribble
USA
-3
69
69
69
70
277
T30
Nick Taylor
CAN
-3
70
70
71
66
277
T30
Peter Malnati
USA
-3
72
68
68
69
277
T30
Scott Stallings
USA
-3
67
70
67
73
277
T30
Shane Lowry
IRL
-3
72
67
68
70
277
T30
William McGirt
USA
-3
68
70
69
70
277
T37
Aaron Baddeley
AUS
-2
70
70
67
71
278
T37
Brandon Harkins
USA
-2
66
72
71
69
278
T37
Keith Mitchell
USA
-2
69
69
71
69
278
T37
Nate Lashley
USA
-2
69
71
66
72
278
T37
Tim Herron
USA
-2
71
69
73
65
278
T37
Tyler Duncan
USA
-2
69
69
70
70
278
T43
Peter Uihlein
USA
-1
69
68
70
72
279
T43
Scottie Scheffler
USA
-1
71
68
68
72
279
T45
Chad Campbell
USA
Par
68
71
69
72
280
T45
Fabian Gomez
ARG
Par
66
71
74
69
280
T45
James Hahn
USA
Par
70
70
71
69
280
T45
John Peterson
USA
Par
68
69
74
69
280
T45
Ken Duke
USA
Par
72
66
67
75
280
T45
Zac Blair
USA
Par
72
67
69
72
280
T51
Billy Horschel
USA
1
70
70
67
74
281
T51
Dominic Bozzelli
USA
1
67
68
71
75
281
T51
Harold Varner III
USA
1
70
69
72
70
281
T51
Matt Jones
AUS
1
67
70
71
73
281
T51
Ryan Palmer
USA
1
68
70
70
73
281
T56
Brice Garnett
USA
2
71
68
70
73
282
T56
Derek Fathauer
USA
2
72
68
71
71
282
T56
Luke List
USA
2
69
68
73
72
282
T56
Nicholas Lindheim
USA
2
71
68
71
72
282
T56
Padraig Harrington
IRL
2
68
72
71
71
282
T56
Parker McLachlin
USA
2
70
70
68
74
282
T56
Zecheng Dou
CHN
2
71
68
72
71
282
T63
A. J. McInerney
USA
3
70
69
69
75
283
T63
Grant Hirschman
USA
3
68
69
72
74
283
65
Conrad Shindler
USA
4
70
67
72
75
284
66
Kelly Kraft
USA
5
72
68
74
71
285
67
Benjamin Silverman
CAN
6
70
69
72
75
286
68
Corey Conners
CAN
7
68
72
71
76
287
69
Casey Wittenberg
USA
8
69
71
71
77
288
T70
Grayson Murray
USA
9
72
66
71
80
289
T70
Jonathan Randolph
USA
9
71
69
74
75
289
72
Charl Schwartzel
RSA
10
68
69
78
75
290
CUT
Abraham Ancer
USA
1
69
72
-
-
141
CUT
Brendon de Jonge
ZIM
1
70
71
-
-
141
CUT
Brett Stegmaier
USA
1
73
68
-
-
141
CUT
Brian Stuard
USA
1
71
70
-
-
141
CUT
Byeong-Hun An
KOR
1
67
74
-
-
141
CUT
Daniel Berger
USA
1
70
71
-
-
141
CUT
Daniel Chopra
SWE
1
70
71
-
-
141
CUT
Danny Lee
NZL
1
69
72
-
-
141
CUT
David Hearn
CAN
1
72
69
-
-
141
CUT
David Lingmerth
SWE
1
71
70
-
-
141
CUT
Jonathan Byrd
USA
1
70
71
-
-
141
CUT
Mackenzie Hughes
CAN
1
66
75
-
-
141
CUT
Robert Streb
USA
1
72
69
-
-
141
CUT
Shawn Stefani
USA
1
69
72
-
-
141
CUT
Tony Finau
USA
1
70
71
-
-
141
CUT
Adam Schenk
USA
2
71
71
-
-
142
CUT
Blayne Barber
USA
2
74
68
-
-
142
CUT
Bronson Burgoon
USA
2
69
73
-
-
142
CUT
Dicky Pride
USA
2
73
69
-
-
142
CUT
J. J. Henry
USA
2
72
70
-
-
142
CUT
Joaquin Niemann
CHI
2
69
73
-
-
142
CUT
Johnson Wagner
USA
2
72
70
-
-
142
CUT
Martin Flores
USA
2
72
70
-
-
142
CUT
Matthew Every
USA
2
71
71
-
-
142
CUT
Sam Ryder
USA
2
70
72
-
-
142
CUT
Sam Saunders
USA
2
73
69
-
-
142
CUT
Tyrone van Aswegen
RSA
2
71
71
-
-
142
CUT
Billy Hurley III
USA
3
73
70
-
-
143
CUT
Bob Estes
USA
3
72
71
-
-
143
CUT
Cameron Tringale
USA
3
71
72
-
-
143
CUT
D. J. Trahan
USA
3
69
74
-
-
143
CUT
George McNeill
USA
3
68
75
-
-
143
CUT
Hunter Mahan
USA
3
70
73
-
-
143
CUT
Joel Dahmen
USA
3
70
73
-
-
143
CUT
John Huh
USA
3
73
70
-
-
143
CUT
John Merrick
USA
3
72
71
-
-
143
CUT
Jon Curran
USA
3
71
72
-
-
143
CUT
Kevin Tway
USA
3
74
69
-
-
143
CUT
Kyle Thompson
USA
3
73
70
-
-
143
CUT
Martin Piller
USA
3
72
71
-
-
143
CUT
Rick Lamb
USA
3
74
69
-
-
143
CUT
Ricky Barnes
USA
3
71
72
-
-
143
CUT
Robert Allenby
AUS
3
74
69
-
-
143
CUT
Steve Wheatcroft
USA
3
69
74
-
-
143
CUT
Tom Hoge
USA
3
71
72
-
-
143
CUT
Tommy Gainey
USA
3
75
68
-
-
143
CUT
Charlie Beljan
USA
4
75
69
-
-
144
CUT
D. A. Points
USA
4
72
72
-
-
144
CUT
John Rollins
USA
4
73
71
-
-
144
CUT
Lanto Griffin
USA
4
75
69
-
-
144
CUT
T. J. Vogel
USA
4
70
74
-
-
144
CUT
Talor Gooch
USA
4
71
73
-
-
144
CUT
Ben Martin
USA
5
75
70
-
-
145
CUT
Brian Davis
ENG
5
73
72
-
-
145
CUT
Cameron Beckman
USA
5
69
76
-
-
145
CUT
David Berganio
USA
5
75
70
-
-
145
CUT
Kiradech Aphibarnrat
THA
5
72
73
-
-
145
CUT
Omar Uresti
USA
5
70
75
-
-
145
CUT
Stephan Jaeger
GER
5
72
73
-
-
145
CUT
Sung-Hoon Kang
KOR
5
76
69
-
-
145
CUT
Xinjun Zhang
CHN
5
75
70
-
-
145
CUT
Ethan Tracy
USA
6
73
73
-
-
146
CUT
Harris English
USA
6
73
73
-
-
146
CUT
Scott Brown
USA
6
73
73
-
-
146
CUT
Ben Crancer
USA
7
75
72
-
-
147
CUT
Ben Crane
USA
7
73
74
-
-
147
CUT
Mark Wilson
USA
7
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
Matt Atkins
USA
7
75
72
-
-
147
CUT
Roberto Diaz
MEX
7
72
75
-
-
147
CUT
Tom Lovelady
USA
7
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
Will Claxton
USA
7
76
71
-
-
147
CUT
Andrew Yun
USA
9
74
75
-
-
149
CUT
Troy Matteson
USA
9
76
73
-
-
149
CUT
Eric Axley
USA
10
75
75
-
-
150
CUT
Zachary Olsen
USA
10
73
77
-
-
150
CUT
Kevin Chappell
USA
11
74
77
-
-
151
CUT
Rob Oppenheim
USA
11
74
77
-
-
151
CUT
Daniel Summerhays
USA
12
75
77
-
-
152
CUT
Dawson Armstrong
USA
12
73
79
-
-
152
CUT
Smylie Kaufman
USA
14
79
75
-
-
154
CUT
Johan Kok
USA
17
77
80
-
-
157
CUT
Greg Chalmers
AUS
19
80
79
-
-
159
RET
John Daly
USA
Par
79
-
-
-
79
RET
Scott Piercy
USA
Par
74
-
-
-
74

 

 




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