Rahm zooms ahead on back nine, wins Masters, dedicates it to legend Seve on his 66th birthday
Rahm zooms finished with 69 and 12-under as Brooks Koepka faltered with 75 and ended at 8-under, just as the ageless Phil Mickelson did with his Masters best round of 65. Sam Bennett, the amateur, who threatened to create his own slice of history finished with 76-74 in the last two rounds and finished T-16 but was the top amateur.
McIlroy, Scheffler march into semi-finals
McIlroy had to call on all match play experience to come through two extremely close matches on Saturday. He first held off Lucas Herbert in the last 16 before facing a very different challenge against Schauffele. The 33-year-old never trailed against Herbert but was unable to relax, with the Australian staying in touch with his opponent.
Om Prakash Chouhan cards bogey free 65 to win Black Bull Challenge, secure Challenge Tour card
The 36-year-old Chouhan, a seven-time winner on the domestic Tata Steel PGTI Tour, finished at 20-under with the day's best card and England's Ashley Chesters (67-68-68-67) and Spaniard Victor Pastor (72-64-67-67) were tied second at tally of 18-under 270 at the event co-sanctioned by the European Challenge Tour and PGTI.
WGC Match Play: Asian challenge ends as five golfers bow out in group stage
Entering the final round-robin group matches on Friday, Si Woo Kim was the best placed to advance after garnering two impressive wins in Group 8 but he fell to a 7 and 6 defeat to American veteran star Matt Kuchar, who tied Tiger Woods' tournament record of having the most match victories at 36.
Top Indians in fray in Duncan Taylor Black Bull Challenge, promoted by golf legend Nick Faldo
The tournament co-sanctioned by the Challenge Tour and the TATA Steel PGTI carries a prize purse of US$ 300,000 and will be played at the pristine Karnataka Golf Association (KGA) golf course here. The Duncan Taylor Black Bull Challenge is the first event to be jointly staged by the Challenge Tour and the PGTI following the announcement.
India's Avani finishes 28th as Thai golfer Galitsky wins WAAP title
India's other player to make the cut, Nishna Patel (75) was tied 35th. Galitsky shot a four-under-par 68 in the final round at Singapore Island Country Club, giving her a four-day aggregate of 14-under par 274 and a five-shot win over Korea's Minsol Kim (70). The 16-year-old thus became the second Thai, after Atthaya Thitikul, to win the championship. Atthaya won in 2018 in Singapore and rose to number one in the World rankings last year.
Players Championship: Sungjae keeps Asian hopes up, Aussie Min Woo challenges leader Scheffler
The two-time Tour winner brilliantly sank nine birdies against a lone bogey at the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass on Saturday evening for a share of eighth place on 8-under. He will enter Sunday's final round six strokes back of the third-round leader, Scottie Scheffler of the U.S.