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Wells Fargo Championship 2018

DATES: May 03-06
SITE: Quail Hollow Club, Charlotte, North Carolina
PRIZE MONEY: $7,700,000

Round 4 - Jason Day wins Wells Fargo Championship

May 06, 2018

Australia's Jason Day birdied two of the last three holes Sunday to capture the Wells Fargo Championship, collecting his 12th career US PGA title and second of the year.

Day, the 2015 PGA Championship winner, held off Americans Aaron Wise and Nick Watney with a final-round two-under par 69 to finish 72 holes on 12-under 272 for a two-stroke victory at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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On the same course where he contended before faltering late in last year's PGA Championship, the 30-year-old Aussie stumbled with back-to-back bogeys and fell level with Wise with four holes remaining.

But Day sank a 10-foot birdie putt at the par-4 16th and bounced his tee shot into the flagstick at the par-3 17th before a tap-in birdie. He sank a seven-footer for par at 18 to win by two.

"This is probably one of the best wins I've ever had because of how hard everything was today," Day said.

Wise, seeking his first PGA win, fired a 68 to settle for a career-best second on 274 with Watney, who was chasing his sixth PGA title and first since 2012, closing with a 60-foot birdie putt to match him for the runner-up spot.

American Bryson DeChambeau was fourth on 276 with five-time major winner Phil Mickelson on 277 with US compatriot Peter Uihlein and England's Paul Casey.

Masters champion Patrick Reed was eighth on 278.

Day, whose wife is expecting their third child in November, won the Farmers Insurance Open in January at Torrey Pines, his first victory since the 2016 Players Championship.

Day began with a two-stroke lead over playing partner Watney and sandwiched a birdie at the second around up-and-down par saves, the first on a 10-foot putt and the second half as long.

Bogeys at the fifth, after finding bunkers on his first two shots, and the par-3 sixth after missing the green were followed by back-to-back birdies from six and nine feet at seven and eight.

Day blasted out of a greenside bunker at the par-5 10th to two feet and made birdie to reach 12-under, stretching his lead over Watney and Wise to three shots.

But Day stumbled with bogeys at the par-3 13th and par-4 14th, missing the green off the 13th tee and finding water off the 14th, falling back into a share of the lead after Wise birdied the 14th to reach 10-under.

Day responded with a 10-foot birdie putt at the 16th to reclaim the lead, then he nearly holed his tee shot at the par-3 17th, bouncing into the flagstick before tapping in from three feet for a birdie to grab a two-stroke edge.

Day put his approach in the right rough at 18 but lofted his third onto the green and sank a seven-foot par putt for a two-stroke triumph.

He said more will be needed for him to contend at the Players Championship next week.

Tiger Woods, the 14-time major champion struggling in his first event since sharing 32nd at last month's Masters, fired a 3-over 74 -- his first birdie-less round since 2014, -- to finish on 286.

"I didn't putt well again," Woods said. "I made nothing. The chances I did have I missed them all. It was just a bad week."

Woods challenges the tour's top talent again starting Thursday at The Players Championship, when he will be paired alongside fellow former Players champions and US compatriots Phil Mickelson and Rickie Fowler.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Jason Day
AUS
-12
69
67
67
69
272
T2
Aaron Wise
USA
-10
68
68
70
68
274
T2
Nick Watney
USA
-10
72
67
66
69
274

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Round 3 - Jason Day takes 2-shot lead into final day

May 05, 2018

Australia's Jason Day, seeking his 12th career US PGA title and secoind of the year, fired a four-under par 67 to grab a two-shot lead after Saturday's third round of the Wells Fargo Championship.

Day, who captured his lone major crown at the 2015 PGA Championship, stood on 10-under 203 after 54 holes at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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On the same course where he contended before faltering late in last year's PGA Championship, the 30-year-old Aussie will play in the final duo with American Nick Watney, who shot 66 to stand on 205 in quest of his first US PGA title in six years.

"If I can hit a lot more greens and get the proxmitiy closer, I feel like I could, not run away from it, but do prettty well if I can make the putts," Day said.

England's Paul Casey was in a pack sharing third on 206 that included Americans Aaron Wise, Bryson DeChambeau and Peter Uihlein, whose 62 Saturday was one off Rory McIlroy's course record.

Five-time major winner Phil Mickelson fired a 64 to stand 10th on 208, one stroke behind South African Charl Schwartzel and Americans Johnson Wagner and Sam Saunders.

Day, whose wife is expecting their third child in November, earlier this year won the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, making a birdie on the sixth playoff hole for his first PGA crown since the 2016 Players Championship.

"This is exciting times for us," Day said.

Day took his lone bogey at the par-4 fifth when he found a fairway bunker off the tee and came up short of the green. But he responded with a birdie at the ninth after dropping his approach inches from the cup.

Day hit a five-foot birdie putt at the par-5 10th, a 14-footer for birdie at 12 and back-to-back two-foot birdie putts at the 14th and par-5 15th.

"Today was a bit of a struggle through eight holes. Didn't quite get the ball in position," Day said. "Got a tap-in birdie on nine and a good shot down the middle on 10. I knew good things would come. I just had to be patient."

At 18, Day left his tee shot on a bank over a creek. He took off his shoes and stood in the water to hit his approach then slipped them back on for the walk to the final green and closed with a par.

Tiger Woods fired a 68 to share 31st on 214, the 14-time major champion fighting to contend in his first event since the Masters in his comeback after missing most of two years with severe back pain.

"I changed my (putting) stroke a little bit. I was so close to about 7-under on that back nine," Woods said. "It was one of those rounds. I could easily have shot 7-under par and ended up at 3, which is a good number but disappointing, too."

Woods reeled off three birdies in four holes, his longest putt a 13-footer at the fifth to open the run, but a bogey at the ninth set him back.

Woods made three birdies in a row on the back side, the middle of the run when he drove the 14th green and missed an 82-foot eagle putt by an inch, but closed with a bogey.

"I'm close," Woods said. "I'm hitting the ball well enough to contend but I'm just not making any putts.

"I feel like I'm hitting the ball well enough and I'm trending in the right direction for next week."

That's when Woods challenges the tour's top talent at The Players Championship.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
Total
1
Jason Day
AUS
-10
69
67
67
203
2
Nick Watney
USA
-8
72
67
66
205
T3
Aaron Wise
USA
-7
68
68
70
206
T3
Bryson DeChambeau
USA
-7
75
65
66
206
T3
Paul Casey
ENG
-7
69
68
69
206
T3
Peter Uihlein
USA
-7
72
72
62
206
T7
Charl Schwartzel
RSA
-6
70
67
70
207
T7
Johnson Wagner
USA
-6
67
71
69
207
T7
Sam Saunders
USA
-6
70
69
68
207
10
Phil Mickelson
USA
-5
72
72
64
208

Round 2 - Peter Malnati takes halfway lead in North Carolina

May 04, 2018

A stress-free Peter Malnati fired a three-under-par 68 to open a one-shot lead at the halfway stage of the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina on Friday.

The 30-year-old journeyman -- ranked a lowly 673rd in the world -- followed up his opening 67 on Thursday with five birdies and two bogeys to edge clear of the field at seven under after 36 holes at the Quail Hollow Club layout.

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Malnati, who is chasing only his second victory on the PGA Tour, attributed his smooth start to a more laidback approach to his game.

"Honestly, the biggest thing that's different for me this week from the last couple of years is I'm just more relaxed," Malnati said.

"I'm feeling good. I'm confident in what I'm doing and kind of been letting it show on the course, rather getting stressed out."

Malnati also benefited from a nerveless putting display. Three of his birdies came after draining putts ranging nine feet to 12 feet.

"I expect a lot of myself as a player so I'm thinking about the couple that I missed out there," Malnati said.

"I'm putting well. It's fun to putt on greens where you get on line and just watch it roll end-over-end, and hopefully go right in the hole."

Malnati will have little room for error over the weekend however, with a chasing pack including some heavyweight rivals lurking on his shoulder.

They include Australia's former world number one Jason Day, who is one adrift of the lead on six under.

Day produced a sparkling four-under-par 67 which included three birdies and a magnificent eagle three at the par-five 10th hole, chipping in from a greenside bunker from 32 yards. A lone bogey on the 11th was the only blemish of an otherwise impressive round from the world number 14.

Day was joined on six under by American Aaron Wise, who repeated his first round 68 to claim a share of second place.

England's Paul Casey meanwhile was two off the lead with South Africa's Charl Schwartzel on five under.

Casey shot a three-under-par 68 including four birdies and a bogey while Schwartzel finished with a 67 following his opening 70 on Thursday.

Johnson Wagner was a shot back as the sole occupant of sixth place on four under, just ahead of seven players on three under.

Meanwhile, Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy saw his chances of grabbing a third victory at Quail Hollow fade after a disastrous second round, making it a birthday to forget as he turned 29.

McIlroy had started the day firmly in the hunt after an opening 68, but the wheels came off spectacularly with a five-over-par 76.

McIlroy's round began with an opening bogey on his first hole, and it got progressively worse. A further bogey on the fifth was offset by a birdie on the ninth, but a double-bogey on 11th saw him slide to three over for the day.

He picked up a shot with a birdie on the 12th but three more bogeys in the closing five holes left him at two over for the tournament, nine shots off the lead.

Tiger Woods meanwhile scraped inside the cut line with a two-over-par 73 to leave himself on two-over 144.

Woods is making a comeback after years of nagging back injuries, a spinal fusion having helped him play again without pain and move into contention for the first time in years.

On Friday, Woods began off the 10th tee and took bogeys at the par-four 11th and 14th holes, missing par putts of seven and eight feet.

He parred his way around until missing a four-footer to bogey the par-three sixth hole then missed a six-foot birdie bid at seven before making his closing birdie.

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
Total
1
Peter Malnati
USA
-7
67
68
135
T2
Aaron Wise
USA
-6
68
68
136
T2
Jason Day
AUS
-6
69
67
136
T4
Charl Schwartzel
RSA
-5
70
67
137
T4
Paul Casey
ENG
-5
69
68
137
6
Johnson Wagner
USA
-4
67
71
138
T7
Charles Howell III
USA
-3
71
68
139
T7
Emiliano Grillo
ARG
-3
68
71
139
T7
Kyle Stanley
USA
-3
67
72
139
T7
Nick Watney
USA
-3
72
67
139
T7
Sam Burns
USA
-3
69
70
139
T7
Sam Saunders
USA
-3
70
69
139

Round 1 - John Peterson takes opening lead in Wells Fargo

May 03, 2018

John Peterson made back-to-back eagles late in his round on Thursday for a 6-under 65 to take a two-shot lead in the Wells Fargo Championship. Peterson had never led in 89 starts on the PGA Tour.

"I'm kind of free-wheeling it at this point," he said. "I know a little bit has been said about me retiring if I don't make the necessary money for my medical starts, and all that's true. If I don't make it, I'm not playing golf anymore."

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He needed to earn $375,165 in eight tournaments to keep his card and still needs to win $318,096 with two tournaments left after this week's.

"Either way is fine with me," Peterson said. "I've got everything in place for both sides of it, so I'm not going to be bothered if I make it. Obviously, I would never be bothered to win a golf tournament out here."

Johnson Wagner, a member at Quail Hollow, also made back-to-back eagles on the 14th and 15th and finished in a group of five players at 67.

Rory McIlroy is one of 10 players at 68 while Paul Casey and Jason Day are among seven at 69.

Tiger Woods struggled and played 71 in his return to Quail Hollow after a six-year absence. He made back-to-back birdies on the 8th and 9th holes but bogeyed the 10th, made up for it with a birdie on 1th then had another bogey on 16th.

"I hit the ball fine today," Woods said. "If I just make a few putts, I should be 2- or 3-under par, which is fine. I just didn't make anything today."

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
1
John Peterson
USA
-6
65
T2
Johnson Wagner
USA
-4
67
T2
Keith Mitchell
USA
-4
67
T2
Kyle Stanley
USA
-4
67
T2
Peter Malnati
USA
-4
67
T2
Tyrrell Hatton
ENG
-4
67
T7
Aaron Wise
USA
-3
68
T7
Beau Hossler
USA
-3
68
T7
Emiliano Grillo
ARG
-3
68
T7
Geoff Ogilvy
AUS
-3
68
T7
Jason Dufner
USA
-3
68
T7
Keegan Bradley
USA
-3
68
T7
Michael Thompson
USA
-3
68
T7
Ollie Schniederjans
USA
-3
68
T7
Rory McIlroy
NIR
-3
68
T7
Tom Lovelady
USA
-3
68

Scores

Pos.
Player
Nat
To Par
R1
R2
R3
R4
Total
1
Jason Day
AUS
-12
69
67
67
69
272
T2
Aaron Wise
USA
-10
68
68
70
68
274
T2
Nick Watney
USA
-10
72
67
66
69
274
4
Bryson DeChambeau
USA
-8
75
65
66
70
276
T5
Paul Casey
ENG
-7
69
68
69
71
277
T5
Peter Uihlein
USA
-7
72
72
62
71
277
T5
Phil Mickelson
USA
-7
72
72
64
69
277
8
Patrick Reed
USA
-6
71
71
67
69
278
T9
Charl Schwartzel
RSA
-5
70
67
70
72
279
T9
Emiliano Grillo
ARG
-5
68
71
71
69
279
T9
Luke List
USA
-5
70
72
67
70
279
T9
Sam Saunders
USA
-5
70
69
68
72
279
T13
Johnson Wagner
USA
-4
67
71
69
73
280
T13
Kyle Stanley
USA
-4
67
72
71
70
280
T13
Talor Gooch
USA
-4
71
72
66
71
280
T16
Adam Hadwin
CAN
-3
73
71
65
72
281
T16
Chesson Hadley
USA
-3
70
74
66
71
281
T16
Francesco Molinari
ITA
-3
70
72
68
71
281
T16
Joel Dahmen
USA
-3
70
71
70
70
281
T16
Rory McIlroy
NIR
-3
68
76
66
71
281
T21
Charles Howell III
USA
-2
71
68
71
72
282
T21
Greg Chalmers
AUS
-2
71
70
70
71
282
T21
Justin Thomas
USA
-2
73
69
70
70
282
T21
Rickie Fowler
USA
-2
72
69
68
73
282
T21
Tony Finau
USA
-2
69
76
71
66
282
T21
Webb Simpson
USA
-2
72
70
71
69
282
T27
Alex Cejka
GER
-1
70
71
71
71
283
T27
Cameron Tringale
USA
-1
70
70
70
73
283
T27
Graeme McDowell
NIR
-1
71
73
67
72
283
T27
Jonas Blixt
SWE
-1
71
71
69
72
283
T27
Rory Sabbatini
RSA
-1
71
71
73
68
283
T27
Seamus Power
IRL
-1
74
71
68
70
283
T27
Ted Potter Jr.
USA
-1
72
71
69
71
283
T34
Austin Cook
USA
Par
71
72
69
72
284
T34
Beau Hossler
USA
Par
68
76
69
71
284
T34
Keith Mitchell
USA
Par
67
74
75
68
284
T34
Ollie Schniederjans
USA
Par
68
73
73
70
284
T34
Patrick Rodgers
USA
Par
71
73
72
68
284
T34
Peter Malnati
USA
Par
67
68
75
74
284
T34
Shane Lowry
IRL
Par
74
70
71
69
284
T34
Tom Lovelady
USA
Par
68
76
72
68
284
T42
Brooks Koepka
USA
1
72
72
71
70
285
T42
Corey Conners
CAN
1
75
69
69
72
285
T42
J. B. Holmes
USA
1
71
73
69
72
285
T42
Jason Dufner
USA
1
68
72
73
72
285
T42
Jhonattan Vegas
VEN
1
70
74
72
69
285
T42
John Peterson
USA
1
65
77
72
71
285
T42
Martin Kaymer
GER
1
73
67
73
72
285
T42
Michael Thompson
USA
1
68
73
69
75
285
T42
Robert Streb
USA
1
73
72
69
71
285
T42
Shawn Stefani
USA
1
71
69
73
72
285
T42
Troy Merritt
USA
1
72
69
70
74
285
T42
Tyrrell Hatton
ENG
1
67
73
72
73
285
T42
Vaughn Taylor
USA
1
74
68
71
72
285
T55
Daniel Berger
USA
2
73
69
69
75
286
T55
Harold Varner III
USA
2
72
72
68
74
286
T55
Sam Burns
USA
2
69
70
73
74
286
T55
Tiger Woods
USA
2
71
73
68
74
286
T59
Grayson Murray
USA
3
73
71
71
72
287
T59
Mackenzie Hughes
CAN
3
71
73
70
73
287
T59
Martin Flores
USA
3
72
73
71
71
287
T59
T. J. Vogel
USA
3
69
75
71
72
287
T63
Brandon Harkins
USA
4
73
71
68
76
288
T63
Byeong-Hun An
KOR
4
73
70
70
75
288
T63
Ross Fisher
ENG
4
69
73
71
75
288
T63
Sean O'Hair
USA
4
72
70
72
74
288
T67
Blayne Barber
USA
5
71
73
70
75
289
T67
Bud Cauley
USA
5
69
76
71
73
289
T67
Chris Stroud
USA
5
73
72
71
73
289
T70
Jonathan Randolph
USA
6
74
69
72
75
290
T70
Xinjun Zhang
CHN
6
71
69
74
76
290
T72
Stewart Cink
USA
7
71
72
72
76
291
T72
Xander Schauffele
USA
7
74
71
71
75
291
74
Brian Harman
USA
10
72
73
68
81
294
75
Brice Garnett
USA
20
71
72
73
88
304
MDF
Adam Scott
AUS
4
75
70
72
-
217
MDF
Cheng Tsung Pan
TPE
4
73
70
74
-
217
MDF
Hideki Matsuyama
JPN
4
77
68
72
-
217
MDF
Keegan Bradley
USA
4
68
77
72
-
217
MDF
Tom Hoge
USA
4
73
72
72
-
217
MDF
Billy Hurley III
USA
5
71
74
73
-
218
MDF
Andrew Putnam
USA
6
74
71
74
-
219
MDF
Tyrone van Aswegen
RSA
6
72
73
74
-
219
MDF
Fabian Gomez
ARG
7
71
74
75
-
220
MDF
J. J. Henry
USA
7
73
72
75
-
220
MDF
Ryan Blaum
USA
7
75
70
75
-
220
MDF
Tyler Duncan
USA
7
73
72
75
-
220
CUT
Benjamin Silverman
CAN
4
74
72
-
-
146
CUT
Bill Haas
USA
4
72
74
-
-
146
CUT
Bronson Burgoon
USA
4
72
74
-
-
146
CUT
Derek Ernst
USA
4
74
72
-
-
146
CUT
Ernie Els
RSA
4
71
75
-
-
146
CUT
Hudson Swafford
USA
4
70
76
-
-
146
CUT
Jamie Lovemark
USA
4
75
71
-
-
146
CUT
Jason Kokrak
USA
4
74
72
-
-
146
CUT
Joaquin Niemann
CHI
4
72
74
-
-
146
CUT
Kevin Tway
USA
4
73
73
-
-
146
CUT
Lanto Griffin
USA
4
75
71
-
-
146
CUT
Louis Oosthuizen
RSA
4
74
72
-
-
146
CUT
Retief Goosen
RSA
4
77
69
-
-
146
CUT
Ryan Moore
USA
4
73
73
-
-
146
CUT
Sam Ryder
USA
4
71
75
-
-
146
CUT
Ben Martin
USA
5
73
74
-
-
147
CUT
D. A. Points
USA
5
76
71
-
-
147
CUT
Dominic Bozzelli
USA
5
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
Dylan Frittelli
RSA
5
77
70
-
-
147
CUT
Gary Woodland
USA
5
73
74
-
-
147
CUT
J. T. Poston
USA
5
78
69
-
-
147
CUT
James Hahn
USA
5
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
Jonathan Byrd
USA
5
71
76
-
-
147
CUT
Kevin Kisner
USA
5
72
75
-
-
147
CUT
Nick Taylor
CAN
5
77
70
-
-
147
CUT
Richy Werenski
USA
5
71
76
-
-
147
CUT
Rod Pampling
AUS
5
71
76
-
-
147
CUT
Russell Henley
USA
5
74
73
-
-
147
CUT
Aaron Baddeley
AUS
6
71
77
-
-
148
CUT
Chris Paisley
ENG
6
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
Danny Lee
NZL
6
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
Lucas Glover
USA
6
74
74
-
-
148
CUT
Nate Lashley
USA
6
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
Patton Kizzire
USA
6
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
Scott Brown
USA
6
75
73
-
-
148
CUT
Stephan Jaeger
GER
6
76
72
-
-
148
CUT
Sung-Hoon Kang
KOR
6
72
76
-
-
148
CUT
Tommy Fleetwood
ENG
6
74
74
-
-
148
CUT
Trey Mullinax
USA
6
77
71
-
-
148
CUT
Alexander Noren
SWE
7
73
76
-
-
149
CUT
Brian Stuard
USA
7
78
71
-
-
149
CUT
Denny McCarthy
USA
7
76
73
-
-
149
CUT
Geoff Ogilvy
AUS
7
68
81
-
-
149
CUT
Kelly Kraft
USA
7
76
73
-
-
149
CUT
Meen-Whee Kim
KOR
7
76
73
-
-
149
CUT
Vijay Singh
FIJ
7
74
75
-
-
149
CUT
Abraham Ancer
USA
8
72
78
-
-
150
CUT
Anirban Lahiri
IND
8
76
74
-
-
150
CUT
Kevin Streelman
USA
8
79
71
-
-
150
CUT
Nicholas Lindheim
USA
8
75
75
-
-
150
CUT
Ryan Ruffels
AUS
8
78
72
-
-
150
CUT
Carter Jenkins
USA
9
76
75
-
-
151
CUT
Matthew Every
USA
9
79
72
-
-
151
CUT
Rob Oppenheim
USA
9
72
79
-
-
151
CUT
Adam Schenk
USA
10
77
75
-
-
152
CUT
Kyle Thompson
USA
10
74
78
-
-
152
CUT
Scott Stallings
USA
10
79
73
-
-
152
CUT
Davis Love IV
USA
11
79
74
-
-
153
CUT
J. T. Griffin
USA
11
79
74
-
-
153
CUT
Roberto Diaz
MEX
11
75
78
-
-
153
CUT
Guillermo Pereira
CHI
12
81
73
-
-
154
CUT
Martin Piller
USA
14
75
81
-
-
156
CUT
Charles Frost
USA
17
82
77
-
-
159
CUT
Smylie Kaufman
USA
17
80
79
-
-
159
CUT
Derek Fathauer
USA
21
83
80
-
-
163
RET
Bob Estes
USA
Par
77
-
-
-
77
RET
Andrew Landry
USA
Par
78
-
-
-
78
RET
Davis Love III
USA
Par
78
-
-
-
78
RET
Steve Marino
USA
Par
80
-
-
-
80

 

 




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