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Houston Open 2018

DATES: March 29 - April 01
SITE: Golf Club of Houston, Humble, Texas
PRIZE MONEY: $6,600,000

Round 4 - Ian Poulter wins Houston Open & place in Masters

April 01, 2018

Ian Poulter delivered another big moment Sunday, this one for himself.

Down to his last putt, Poulter made a 20-foot birdie on the 18th hole to force a playoff with Beau Hossler, and then he won the Houston Open with a par on the first extra hole to earn the last spot in the Masters.

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One week after Poulter was mistakenly told he had locked up a spot at Augusta National through the world ranking, he left no doubt by winning with a clutch moment reminiscent of his Ryder Cup heroics from Medinah in 2012.

''I had to dig deep today,'' said Poulter, who closed with a 5-under 67.

Hossler, who also shot 67, overcame a three-shot deficit with four straight birdies on the back nine. He had a chance to win on the 18th in regulation with a 30-foot birdie putt that trickled over the right edge of the cup.

That set the stage for Poulter, and the 42-year-old from England lived up to his nickname as ''The Postman'' by delivering his biggest putt in years. Poulter pounded his chest five times when the putt dropped, and all Hossler could do was smile.

''I did think I'd made it,'' Hossler said, ''but it hung out there. Ian basically had the same putt and there's no way he was going to miss it after watching my ball. I gave Ian the perfect read (for him) to make his putt. I knew he was going to make it.''

In the sudden-death playoff on the 18th, one of the more daunting finishing holes off the tee with water down the left side and a bunker to the right, Hossler found the bunker for the second time. He hit into a greenside bunker, and his third shot caught way too much ball and went over the green and into the water.

Poulter was safely on the green as Hossler took his penalty drop, chipped onto the green and took two putts for a triple bogey.

They finished at 19-under 269.

Poulter won for the third time on the PGA Tour, and his first in America since the Match Play in 2010 at Arizona. This was his first stroke-play victory in America, and the timing could not have been better.

When he reached the quarterfinals of the Dell Technologies Match Play last weekend in Austin, he was told that it was enough to get him into the top 50 in the world ranking by the end of the weekend, the cutoff for qualifying for the Masters.

It turned out he needed to win his quarterfinal match, and Poulter was informed of the mistake before he teed off. Kevin Kisner beat him, 8 and 6.

Poulter was so disappointed that he contemplated not even going to Houston, and when he opened with a 73 in a first round of low scoring, he packed his bags and prepared to go home to Florida the next day. Instead, he bounced back with a 64, and shot 65-67 on the weekend.

''Last week was painful,'' he said. ''To come here this week, I was tired. I was frustrated on Thursday. ... I was patient. I waited my time. And this is amazing.''

It was his first victory since the HSBC Champions, a World Golf Championship event at Mission Hills in China in 2012. That was a month after Poulter led Europe to a stunning turnaround in the Ryder Cup by making five straight birdies to win a fourballs match and give Europe momentum to overcome a four-point deficit.

Along with going to the Masters, Poulter cracks the top 30 in the world and now is in good shape to be eligible for the rest of the majors. He also has a two-year exemption, critical because he nearly lost his card a year ago until he was spared by a clerical error by the tour.

''The journey continues. I've had 19 good years on tour and I guess I've got another couple coming,'' Poulter said. ''I think I've got some good golf left in me. I think I proved it this week. So there's life in the old dog yet.''

Hossler did everything right until the playoff. His four straight birdies included a 30-footer on the par-3 14th to tie for the lead, and a wedge that settled 4 feet below the hole that gave him the lead with three to play.

''I said yesterday I wanted to beat these guys at their best and I think I saw Ian's best today,'' Hossler said. ''It's a bummer, but I'm very proud of the way I played.''

Jordan Spieth closed with a 66 and tied for third with Emiliano Grillo (68), giving Spieth momentum for the Masters. It was Spieth's best finish against a full field since he tied for second in the Dell Technologies Championship outside Boston in September.

''Goal accomplished for the week,'' Spieth said. ''I've made some big strides from my last couple tournaments. I'm very excited for what next week holds.''

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Ian Poulter
ENG
-19
73
64
65
67
269
2
Beau Hossler
USA
-19
65
68
69
67
269
T3
Emiliano Grillo
ARG
-16
69
68
67
68
272
T3
Jordan Spieth
USA
-16
68
67
71
66
272

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Round 3 - Poulter joins Hossler in lead vying for Masters place

March 31, 2018

Ian Poulter has played in the Masters a dozen times, never missing the cut. Beau Hossler has never played a competitive round at Augusta National.

Both are in position to become the last man in the Masters field, and neither wants to think about it.

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The 42-year-old Poulter surged into a share of the lead at the Houston Open on Saturday with a 7-under 65, and Hossler, a 23-year-old PGA Tour rookie, matched him at 14-under 202 after he holed a 7-footer for birdie on the par-4 18th to shoot 69.

Like all PGA Tour events that offer full FedEx Cup points, the Houston Open title comes with an invitation to next week's Masters.

''No, not thinking about it, not talking about it,'' Poulter said. ''I'm going to go out and have some fun tomorrow. There's a lot of ifs and buts. I'll have no emotion at all. I'm in a no-lose situation. ... I'll go do my job.''

Four players were two shots behind Poulter and Hossler - Australian Greg Chalmers (65), Argentina's Emiliano Grillo (67), American Kevin Tway (69) and Paul Dunne of Ireland (69) - and none of them has a spot at Augusta yet either.

Hossler has popped up on a major leaderboard before - he briefly led the 2012 U.S. Open while still in high school - and he said getting to the Masters would be ''as good as it gets.'' But he said contemplating that opportunity would only lead to ''trouble'' on Sunday.

Poulter shot 64 on Friday after opening with a 73 that had him packing his bags in anticipation of a missed cut. It was the first time since his last victory in 2012 that he had consecutive rounds of 65 or better on the PGA Tour.

Asked if his rounds ranked among the best back-to-back efforts in his 23 years of touring professionally, Poulter said, ''From a putting standpoint, yes, absolutely.''

It was a simple fix for the English veteran renowned for making crucial putts on winning Ryder Cup teams. He opened his shoulders slightly, allowing him to see the lines better, and has played his last 40 holes in 16 under, without a bogey.

''Hopefully I've found the key,'' Poulter said. ''I need to write it down and, when it's not there, I need to read it.''

Poulter nearly made it into the Masters last week with a run to the quarterfinals at the Dell Technologies Match Play, which improved his world ranking to 51st - just missing the cutoff to move into the top 50. Making matters worse, he had been told by media members that his quarterfinals appearance would guarantee him enough ranking points. But just before he began his quarterfinal match, officials informed him that he'd need to make the semis.

The news knocked Poulter off his game and he lost badly, 8 and 6, to Kevin Kisner.

''Some people were getting in my head space, which is never good,'' Poulter said. ''Yeah, maybe I was a bit angry on Thursday. Maybe I was kind of forcing, trying to force my way into (the Masters). That didn't work, so I had to re-think it. I kind of had to flow the cobwebs out, reset and go again.''

Rickie Fowler birdied three of the first four holes to move into the lead before he faltered with a double bogey on the sixth hole and a triple bogey - including a three-putt from inside 7 feet - on the par-5 13th. He shot 73 and was five shots back.

Jordan Spieth, whose putter appeared to be heating up after a season-long slump, had four three-putts in the first eight holes - including two misses from inside 4 feet - and shot 71. He trailed by four shots.

Henrik Stenson and Matt Kuchar were 11 under, among the dozen players within three shots of the lead.

Ninety players teed off Saturday, the most in almost three years on the PGA Tour, after Bobby Gates' final-hole bogey on Friday allowed an additional 20 players to make the cut. Seventy-five remain after Saturday's secondary cut, including Phil Mickelson, who had a double bogey and a triple bogey in his round of 72.

Now that he's out of the hunt, Mickelson will spend Sunday trying to gear up his game for Augusta. Hossler, Poulter and many others can only hope for the chance to do the same.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
T1
Beau Hossler
USA
-14
65
68
69
202
T1
Ian Poulter
ENG
-14
73
64
65
202
T3
Emiliano Grillo
ARG
-12
69
68
67
204
T3
Greg Chalmers
AUS
-12
67
72
65
204
T3
Kevin Tway
USA
-12
65
70
69
204
T3
Paul Dunne
IRL
-12
64
71
69
204
T7
Chesson Hadley
USA
-11
68
68
69
205
T7
Henrik Stenson
SWE
-11
68
68
69
205
T7
Keith Mitchell
USA
-11
67
71
67
205
T7
Matt Kuchar
USA
-11
68
68
69
205
T7
Robert Garrigus
USA
-11
69
69
67
205
T7
Sam Ryder
USA
-11
66
68
71
205

Round 2 - Beau Hossler holds steady and takes 1-shot lead

March 30, 2018

Beau Hossler was steady while better-known players faltered down the stretch Friday at the Houston Open, leaving him with a one-shot lead heading into the weekend.

The 23-year-old Hossler shot a 4-under 68 for a two-day total of 11-under 133, good enough for the second 36-hole lead of his rookie season. He shared the lead with Dustin Johnson at the halfway mark at Pebble Beach before falling out of contention.

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Hossler opened with a bogey but didn't drop another shot the rest of the day, finishing with a wedge from 114 yards to inside 3 feet to save par on the tough par-4 18th. He said patience will be key as he seeks his first PGA Tour victory.

''The reality is I'm 11 under par. More than likely 18 under is going to win the tournament unless the conditions are tough, so there's a long way to go,'' Hossler said. ''It's not like I can go shoot even par and win the tournament. But I'm looking forward to the challenge of the weekend.''

Rickie Fowler was tied with Hossler before he hooked his drive into the water on 18, leading to bogey. He shot 68 to join Sam Ryder, Abraham Ancer and Nicholas Lindheim at 10 under.

Jordan Spieth's putter heated up before his momentum stalled with a missed 3-footer on the 16th hole. He shot 67 and was two shots back as he seeks his first win of the season on the eve of the Masters. Spieth lost in a playoff in Houston in 2015 and went on to win the first of his three major titles the following week at Augusta National.

''From where I was three days ago, my goal (is) accomplished for the week already,'' Spieth said. ''So at this point anything else is icing on the cake. It was a round that could have been really special. But I don't have to (shoot) 8 or 9 under. I feel like my game's in form, and that's really cool. I'm having a lot of fun out there.''

Phil Mickelson took the biggest step backward on 18. He was bogey-free for 17 holes and 8 under for the tournament before he found the water twice and made triple bogey.

Twenty-two players were within three shots of the lead. Paul Dunne of Ireland, who finished his first-round 64 on Friday morning, was 9 under after a 71. Henrik Stenson and Matt Kuchar were among the dozen players at 8 under.

Hossler, from Mission Viejo, California, first showed off his game to a national audience when he briefly led the 2012 U.S. Open while still in high school. He went on to star at Texas and is now based in Dallas, where he frequently practices alongside Spieth at Trinity Forest, which will host the AT&T Byron Nelson in May.

Spieth also played at Texas, although the two were never teammates.

''He's been working really hard on his game,'' Spieth said. ''We played a practice round this week, 15 holes. He was playing really well. It's no surprise that he's (on) top. He's not afraid of being on top, either, so he's one of the guys who's a strong contender this weekend. We weren't able to play together at Texas, but when I left they had a stud taking over.''

For Hossler, the Houston Open will be a tune-up for Augusta National only if he claims the $1.26 million winner's check on Sunday. Before the tournament, he had little reason to think that would be possible. He'd broken par just once in his previous 10 competitive rounds before Thursday, and his practice sessions weren't pretty.

''I actually told my caddie on the range yesterday (when I was) hitting the ball all over the place and not making solid contact, I was like, it's funny,'' Hossler said. ''I've played some really good golf like this.''

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
Beau Hossler
USA
-11
65
68
133
T2
Abraham Ancer
USA
-10
68
66
134
T2
Nicholas Lindheim
USA
-10
68
66
134
T2
Rickie Fowler
USA
-10
66
68
134
T2
Sam Ryder
USA
-10
66
68
134
T6
Bronson Burgoon
USA
-9
67
68
135
T6
Jordan Spieth
USA
-9
68
67
135
T6
Julian Suri
USA
-9
66
69
135
T6
Kevin Tway
USA
-9
65
70
135
T6
Paul Dunne
IRL
-9
64
71
135

Round 1 - Sam Ryder leading as play suspended in Houston

March 29, 2018

PGA Tour rookie Sam Ryder played just enough golf Thursday to get his name atop the leaderboard in the Houston Open.

Ryder holed an 8-foot birdie putt on the 15th hole to reach 8-under par before it was too dark to continue. The opening round was delayed two hours because of overnight rain that dumped more than 2 inches on the Golf Club of Houston.

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But it was partly cloudy, warm and breezy for most of the day, with a forecast for more of the same through the weekend.

Former U.S. Open champion Lucas Glover and Kevin Tway each shot 7-under 65 in the morning. They had a one-shot lead over Rickie Fowler, Rod Pampling, Ryan Armour and Julian Suri among those who completed their rounds.

Beau Hossler, another PGA Tour rookie, was at 7 under through 16 holes.

Phil Mickelson looked as if he would be among the leaders when he shot 30 on the front nine and was one shot behind. Mickelson, who won the Mexico Championship three weeks ago for his first victory in more than four years, stalled on the back nine, and then wound up in the wrong spot on the par-3 14th.

Facing a bunker shot with the green running away from him, Mickelson left it in the sand and the ball rolled back into his footprint. He did well to get that one on the fringe, and got up-and-down to make double bogey.

Mickelson wound up with a 68, along with Jordan Spieth, who made three late birdies playing in the morning.

''I didn't make a birdie on the back nine and that's disappointing,'' Mickelson said. ''But I'm playing well. I got off to a good start. My goal is not to win on Thursday. My goal is to try to get in contention for the weekend. So I didn't hurt myself there. But I didn't help myself as much as I could have.''

Bubba Watson had to make two straight birdies to avoid a playoff against Suri in group play last week at the Dell Technologies Match Play. Suri left that World Golf Championship and had to qualify Monday to get into the Houston Open.

He still has hopes of going to Augusta National next week. Winning the Houston Open is the only way to get into the Masters.

Glover isn't in the Masters, either. He ran off five consecutive birdies through the middle of his round and added two more late in his round for his lowest score of the year. Glover has not finished higher than a tie for 50th in his past eight starts.

He attributed the solid start to his putting.

''I made a brief adjustment Saturday afternoon at Bay Hill and putted as confidently as I have in a long time, then brought it in this week,'' Glover said. ''I basically cut out my practice stroke so I walk in, look once and bang. It seems to free me up a bit. Whether that will continue to be the case I don't know. It feels good right now.''

Steve Stricker was among those at 67. Stricker is coming off a victory last week on the PGA Tour Champions, his second this year on the 50-and-older circuit.

Pos.
Player
Nat
Score
Hole
R1
Total
1
Sam Ryder
USA
-8
15
-
0
T2
Kevin Tway
USA
-7
18
65
65
T2
Lucas Glover
USA
-7
18
65
65
T2
Beau Hossler
USA
-7
16
-
0
T5
Julian Suri
USA
-6
18
66
66
T5
Rickie Fowler
USA
-6
18
66
66
T5
Rod Pampling
AUS
-6
18
66
66
T5
Ryan Armour
USA
-6
18
66
66
T5
Paul Dunne
IRL
-6
14
-
0
T10
Brandt Snedeker
USA
-5
18
67
67
T10
Brett Stegmaier
USA
-5
18
67
67
T10
Bud Cauley
USA
-5
18
67
67
T10
Grayson Murray
USA
-5
18
67
67
T10
Greg Chalmers
AUS
-5
18
67
67
T10
Jason Kokrak
USA
-5
18
67
67
T10
Keith Mitchell
USA
-5
18
67
67
T10
Matthew Every
USA
-5
18
67
67
T10
Michael Thompson
USA
-5
18
67
67
T10
Padraig Harrington
IRL
-5
18
67
67
T10
Seamus Power
IRL
-5
18
67
67
T10
Shawn Stefani
USA
-5
18
67
67
T10
Steve Stricker
USA
-5
18
67
67
T10
Bronson Burgoon
USA
-5
13
-
0
T10
Roberto Diaz
MEX
-5
13
-
0
T10
Stephan Jaeger
GER
-5
13
-
0

Scores

Pos. Player Nat To Par R1 R2 R3 R4 Total
1 Ian Poulter ENG -19 73 64 65 67 269
2 Beau Hossler USA -19 65 68 69 67 269
T3 Emiliano Grillo ARG -16 69 68 67 68 272
T3 Jordan Spieth USA -16 68 67 71 66 272
5 Sam Ryder USA -15 66 68 71 68 273
T6 Henrik Stenson SWE -14 68 68 69 69 274
T6 Keith Mitchell USA -14 67 71 67 69 274
T8 Abraham Ancer USA -13 68 66 72 69 275
T8 Julian Suri USA -13 66 69 73 67 275
T8 Matt Kuchar USA -13 68 68 69 70 275
T8 Matthew Every USA -13 67 70 72 66 275
T8 Paul Dunne IRL -13 64 71 69 71 275
T8 Russell Henley USA -13 69 71 70 65 275
T14 Grayson Murray USA -12 67 69 72 68 276
T14 Michael Thompson USA -12 67 71 70 68 276
T14 Nicholas Lindheim USA -12 68 66 73 69 276
T14 Shane Lowry IRL -12 68 68 71 69 276
T18 Bud Cauley USA -11 67 69 71 70 277
T18 Charles Howell III USA -11 71 67 70 69 277
T18 Chesson Hadley USA -11 68 68 69 72 277
T18 Daniel Berger USA -11 69 72 68 68 277
T18 Nate Lashley USA -11 70 69 68 70 277
T18 Robert Garrigus USA -11 69 69 67 72 277
T24 Bronson Burgoon USA -10 67 68 75 68 278
T24 Jamie Lovemark USA -10 69 69 71 69 278
T24 Luke List USA -10 68 68 70 72 278
T24 Martin Piller USA -10 68 73 70 67 278
T24 Phil Mickelson USA -10 68 71 72 67 278
T24 Scott Piercy USA -10 68 70 70 70 278
T24 Shawn Stefani USA -10 67 69 70 72 278
T24 Tony Finau USA -10 70 70 69 69 278
T32 Aaron Wise USA -9 69 69 71 70 279
T32 Andrew Putnam USA -9 71 69 69 70 279
T32 J. B. Holmes USA -9 73 68 68 70 279
T32 James Hahn USA -9 69 67 73 70 279
T32 John Huh USA -9 70 67 70 72 279
T32 Kevin Tway USA -9 65 70 69 75 279
T32 Lucas Glover USA -9 65 73 72 69 279
T32 Nick Watney USA -9 71 69 69 70 279
T32 Rob Oppenheim USA -9 69 72 72 66 279
T32 Roberto Diaz MEX -9 68 69 72 70 279
T32 Tyrone van Aswegen RSA -9 72 68 71 68 279
T43 Ben Crane USA -8 72 67 72 69 280
T43 Brett Stegmaier USA -8 67 69 74 70 280
T43 Denny McCarthy USA -8 68 73 71 68 280
T43 Hunter Mahan USA -8 71 69 70 70 280
T43 Keegan Bradley USA -8 68 71 70 71 280
T43 Kevin Streelman USA -8 68 72 69 71 280
T43 Rickie Fowler USA -8 66 68 73 73 280
T43 Ryan Armour USA -8 66 70 72 72 280
T43 Troy Merritt USA -8 69 69 72 70 280
T52 Byeong-Hun An KOR -7 69 72 71 69 281
T52 Johnson Wagner USA -7 71 67 71 72 281
T52 Justin Rose ENG -7 68 69 72 72 281
T52 Matt Jones AUS -7 70 71 72 68 281
T52 Robert Gates USA -7 70 71 70 70 281
T52 Seung-Su Han KOR -7 71 70 71 69 281
T52 Thomas Pieters BEL -7 69 72 70 70 281
T52 Tyler Duncan USA -7 68 72 71 70 281
T60 Adam Schenk USA -6 70 69 73 70 282
T60 Brandon Harkins USA -6 70 71 70 71 282
T60 Seamus Power IRL -6 67 72 74 69 282
T60 Tom Hoge USA -6 68 73 68 73 282
T64 Chad Campbell USA -5 69 71 73 70 283
T64 Danny Lee NZL -5 68 70 70 75 283
T64 Jason Dufner USA -5 71 67 71 74 283
T64 Sean O'Hair USA -5 71 68 74 70 283
T68 Dawie van der Walt RSA -4 70 69 69 76 284
T68 Tom Lovelady USA -4 70 69 70 75 284
T70 Greg Chalmers AUS -3 67 72 65 81 285
T70 Rory Sabbatini RSA -3 69 71 71 74 285
T72 Ernie Els RSA -2 70 71 71 74 286
T72 Sam Saunders USA -2 70 66 75 75 286
74 Aaron Baddeley AUS -1 71 68 74 74 287
75 Ethan Tracy USA Par 70 67 73 78 288
MDF Bill Haas USA -2 68 72 74 - 214
MDF Joel Dahmen USA -2 68 71 75 - 214
MDF Jonathan Byrd USA -2 69 70 75 - 214
MDF Scott Brown USA -2 71 70 73 - 214
MDF Benjamin Silverman CAN -1 73 68 74 - 215
MDF Jason Kokrak USA -1 67 74 74 - 215
MDF Kelly Kraft USA -1 70 71 74 - 215
MDF Lee Westwood ENG -1 69 70 76 - 215
MDF Scott Stallings USA -1 73 68 74 - 215
MDF Fabian Gomez ARG Par 68 73 75 - 216
MDF Richy Werenski USA Par 70 71 75 - 216
MDF Brandt Snedeker USA 1 67 73 77 - 217
MDF Jhonattan Vegas VEN 1 71 68 78 - 217
MDF Padraig Harrington IRL 3 67 73 79 - 219
MDF Dominic Bozzelli USA 4 72 69 79 - 220
CUT Alex Cejka GER -2 70 72 - - 142
CUT Blayne Barber USA -2 71 71 - - 142
CUT Brice Garnett USA -2 71 71 - - 142
CUT Cheng Tsung Pan TPE -2 69 73 - - 142
CUT Chez Reavie USA -2 70 72 - - 142
CUT Cody Gribble USA -2 71 71 - - 142
CUT Harold Varner III USA -2 68 74 - - 142
CUT Harris English USA -2 72 70 - - 142
CUT Michael Kim KOR -2 71 71 - - 142
CUT Rod Pampling AUS -2 66 76 - - 142
CUT Stephan Jaeger GER -2 68 74 - - 142
CUT Steve Stricker USA -2 67 75 - - 142
CUT William McGirt USA -2 71 71 - - 142
CUT Andrew Loupe USA -1 69 74 - - 143
CUT Chris Kirk USA -1 70 73 - - 143
CUT D. A. Points USA -1 69 74 - - 143
CUT Derek Fathauer USA -1 73 70 - - 143
CUT Dylan Frittelli RSA -1 71 72 - - 143
CUT J. J. Henry USA -1 68 75 - - 143
CUT Peter Malnati USA -1 72 71 - - 143
CUT Peter Uihlein USA -1 72 71 - - 143
CUT Russell Knox SCO -1 71 72 - - 143
CUT Shubhankar Sharma IND -1 73 70 - - 143
CUT Chris Stroud USA Par 71 73 - - 144
CUT Jon Curran USA Par 69 75 - - 144
CUT Jonas Blixt SWE Par 70 74 - - 144
CUT Xinjun Zhang CHN Par 75 69 - - 144
CUT Zach Cabra USA Par 73 71 - - 144
CUT Geoff Ogilvy AUS 1 70 75 - - 145
CUT K. J. Choi KOR 1 74 71 - - 145
CUT Ryan Baca USA 1 70 75 - - 145
CUT Ryan Palmer USA 1 72 73 - - 145
CUT Corey Conners CAN 2 73 73 - - 146
CUT Lanto Griffin USA 2 71 75 - - 146
CUT Mackenzie Hughes CAN 2 69 77 - - 146
CUT Meen-Whee Kim KOR 2 69 77 - - 146
CUT Nick Taylor CAN 2 73 73 - - 146
CUT Patrick Rodgers USA 2 74 72 - - 146
CUT Robert Streb USA 2 70 76 - - 146
CUT Ryan Blaum USA 2 70 76 - - 146
CUT Bob Estes USA 3 75 72 - - 147
CUT Brian Stuard USA 3 74 73 - - 147
CUT Cameron Tringale USA 3 73 74 - - 147
CUT Martin Kaymer GER 3 70 77 - - 147
CUT Camilo Villegas COL 4 73 75 - - 148
CUT Rafael Cabrera Bello ESP 4 71 77 - - 148
CUT Retief Goosen RSA 4 70 78 - - 148
CUT Talor Gooch USA 4 73 75 - - 148
CUT Yuta Ikeda JPN 4 75 73 - - 148
CUT Martin Flores USA 5 75 74 - - 149
CUT Jonathan Randolph USA 6 74 76 - - 150
CUT Smylie Kaufman USA 9 75 78 - - 153
CUT J. J. Wood USA 10 79 75 - - 154
RET Sung-Hoon Kang KOR Par 72 - - - 72

 

 




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