Watson reels in Casey for Travelers win

Watson reels in Casey for Travelers win

"I'm hoping the weather is real sunny when I'm teeing off and as soon as I putt out it gets windy and a little be of rain and gives me a better shot at it", he said. The left-hander also won at Rivera in Los Angeles in February and the World Golf Championships-Match Play in Texas in March. Fan-favorite Rickie Fowler, now ranked No. 8 in the world, also is scheduled to play.

Watson is in the midst of a resurgent season, one that already included a third victory at one of his favorite haunts in Riviera Country Club. He posted a 66 to finish at 10-under par, while taking a one-stroke lead over three golfers. Chesson Hadley and Brian Harman have more top 10s than Watson does.

ROGERS, Ark. - Minjee Lee and Nasa Hataoka each shot 6-under 65 to share the second-round lead in the NW Arkansas Championship.

Cink tied the best round of the week with a 62 on Sunday. Kyle Stanley is the defending champion after he defeated Charles Howell III in a playoff past year. It's wonderful what some good energy and some healthy energy will do. "I played really well this week, just some stupid mistakes, just mental errors". "I think I started the day 8th". "I'm not sure. So just trying to move up the leaderboard".

Paul Casey shot an eight-under 62.

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Qualifier Chase Seiffert shot a 63 on Monday just to make the tournament.

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The Travelers Championship generated more than $2 million for approximately 130 charities, officials said.

So, while there is precedent for Watson, there isn't recent precedent. Behind them were four-time major victor Rory McIlroy as well as two Americans, Brian Harman and Peter Malnati, at 6-under.

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"I'm surprised that someone isn't 11 or 12 under, but the greens picked up a lot of pace today", Couples said.

"Around here I feel pretty comfortable", he said.

From 71 yards out, he fired his wedge shot over the greenside bunker and almost holed it.

"I won this year and I missed the cut last year", Watson noted. I won in China, double-bogeyed 17 and holed a bunker shot to force a playoff and then won the next hole. Hend, who led by a stroke after 36 holes, had three birdies but as many bogeys for a 73 that allowed company to join him.

The American finished at 17-under 263 to become the first three-times victor on the PGA Tour this year. "So it was good". Bryson DeChambeau, whose quantitative approach to golf seemingly knows no bounds, was looking to add another victory after winning a playoff earlier this month at Jack's Place.

But, the players were not the only ones in the spotlight this week. He would have been among the most unlikely candidates coming into 2018, which is sort of fitting for him given his career and his life. It was the fourth-longest streak in tour history. And with 12 tournaments left, nobody is standing between him and that prize.

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