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Burns win Valspar for first PGA title; Kim wins in Singapore

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Burns win Valspar for first PGA title; Kim wins in Singapore

PALM HARBOR, Fla. (AP) – 8 times this season, Sam Burns has actually been atop the leaderboard after every round other than the one that mattered. That altered, lastly, at the Valspar Champion.

Burns got some aid from Keegan Bradley striking into the water on the 13th hole, and after that the 24-year-old from Louisiana took it from there with 2 huge birdies that resulted in a 3-under 68 and a three-shot success Sunday.

Burns won for the first time on the PGA Trip after twice stopping working to transform 54-hole leads in the Houston Open last fall and the Genesis Invitational at Riviera in February.

The success moves him into the leading 50 in the world and all however ensures an area in the U.S. Open, in addition to his first journey to the Masters next spring.

He had factor to think this minute might have come earlier. Burns lost an excellent start at the season-opening Safeway Open. He closed with a 2-over 72 to connect for seventh in the Houston Open. He lost a two-shot lead at Riviera, turning up one shot short of a playoff.

Bradley and Burns were connected through 36 holes and 54 holes, and they remained that method through 12 holes on another blistering day at the Copperhead course. That altered with one swing.

Bradley turned up well brief on the par-3 13th and entered into the water, resulting in double bogey. Burns conserved par with an 8-foot putt for a two-shot lead.

Burns followed with a wedge that stopped beside the hole for a tap-in birdie on the par-5 14th. He put Bradley away with a 7-iron to 18 feet for birdie.

Cameron Tringale was prowling however never ever seriously challenged. He shot 68 and shared 3rd with Viktor Hovland, whose had a 65 however began too far back at the start of the day.

Max Homa briefly connected for the lead with a birdie on the par-5 opening hole. He didn’t make another birdie the remainder of the day, missing out on numerous possibilities around the turn and ending his hopes with a double bogey on the par-3 15th without striking into the water. He shot 74.

PGA TRIP CHAMP

THE FOREST, Texas (AP) – Previous Masters champ Mike Dam won his first PGA Trip Champions occasion when he held consistent with pars down the stretch for a 4-under 68 and let John Daly made the last error in the Insperity Invitational.

Dam and Daly were connected decreasing the stretch at The Woodlands, which was lowered to 36 holes since of heavy rain previously in the week.

Daly, playing in the group ahead of Dam, was posturing over his 9-iron over the water to the 18th green when it turned up a portion brief and sprinkled beside the bulkhead. He made double bogey for a 69 and needed to settle for being a runner-up.

Dam, who missed out on birdie possibilities inside 10 feet on the 16th and 17th holes, saw everything unfold and understood what he needed to do. He fired his technique to about 15 feet behind the hole, and pumped his fist as he strolled towards the green. He ended up winning by 2 shots.

LPGA TRIP

SINGAPORE (AP) – Hyo Joo Kim closed with an 8-under 64 and after that viewed from the clubhouse as Hannah Green bogeyed her last 2 holes to hand Kim a one-stroke success in the HSBC Women’s World Champion.

Kim completed at 17-under 271 at Sentosa Golf Club. She saw as Green, the previous Women’s PGA champ, took a one-shot result in the 17th hole.

However the Australian three-putted for bogey to fall under a tie for the lead, and after that she missed out on the green on the 18th and missed out on a par putt. Green shot 69.

Kim, the No. 9 gamer in the females’s world ranking, caught her 4th LPGA Trip title and her first in 5 years. She likewise won a significant in 2014 at the Evian Champion. Kim did not play the LPGA Trip in 2015 while riding out the COVID-19 pandemic in the house in South Korea, though she won two times on the Korean LPGA.

ANA Motivation winner Patty Tavatanakit closed with a 65 and connected for 3rd with 54-hole leader Linx Xiyu and Inbee Park, who each had a 70.

KORN FERRYBOAT TRIP

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) – Paul Barjon of France birdied the 17th hole and closed with a 1-under 69, and after that won a three-way playoff with an eagle on the 3rd additional hole to catch his first Korn Ferryboat Trip title at the Huntsville Champion.

Barjon has actually won 3 times on the Mackenzie Trip in Canada. The success Sunday over Billy Kennerly and Mito Pereira moved him to No. 6 on the points list and all however ensures him of a PGA Tour card next season.

Kennerly closed with a 63 and was the first to finish at 15-under 265. Pereira appeared to have control until dropping shots on the 13th and 14th holes, and making pars the rest of the way for a 66.

All three made par on the 18th for the first playoff hole, and Kennerly was eliminated the second time around with a bogey on the 18th. The playoff moved to the par-5 10th, where Barjon won it with an eagle.

EUROPEAN TOUR

TENERIFE, Spain (AP) – Dean Burmester of South Africa ended four years without a victory by closing with a 9-under 62 to win the Tenerife Open by five shots Sunday.

Burmester last won the Tshwane Open in 2017. Nicolai von Dellinghausen of Germany made eagle on the final hole for a 68 to finish alone in second.

Burmester finished at 25-under 259. It was the eighth victory of his career, and the first time the 31-year-old won outside of South Africa.

Kalle Samooja of Finland and Adrian Meronk of Poland tied for third at 19 under, one stroke ahead of American John Catlin.

OTHER TOURS

Lilia Vu closed with a 3-under 69 for a one-shot victory over Beth Wu in the Garden City Charity Classic at Buffalo Dunes. Vu won for the first time on the Symetra Tour, following a pair of top-10 finishes. … Hiroshi Iwata closed with a 7-under 63 for a three-shot victory at The Crowns. It was his third title on the Japan Golf Tour, and his first since 2015. … JC Ritchie shot 6-under 66 and won with a birdie on the first playoff hole to beat Jacques Blaauw in the Bain’s Whisky Cape Town Open on the Sunshine Tour. The tournament was co-sanctioned by Europe’s Challenge Tour.

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