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Jason Day crashes out of PGA Champs

14 Août 2017

Ranked third in the world behind Americans Jordan Spieth and Dustin Johnson, Matsuyama hails from Japan, a country that has never had a male victor of a major championship.

Lahiri said, "I would be putting things mildly if I said I was only disappointed".

Patrick Reed (2 under): Reed still does not have a top 10 at a major championship, but he's been nails this week.

Kisner's consistency had seen him finish as co-leader in the opening two rounds and he continued that until a bogey on the 12th ended a run of 25 holes without dropping a shot. "Disappointing would have been going home after two days".

"I'm just excited about the opportunity".

But what really hurt me was the 17th, the middle segment of the "Green Mile", which for me came in the first nine itself.

Stroud had momentarily grabbed a share of the lead late in round three, but the unlikely contender bogeyed his final two holes Saturday to fall back to six under for the tournament.

However, last week's WGC Invitational victor Hideki Matsuyama was threatening to challenge Kisner's supremacy before a weather delay halted him in his tracks.

Stroud, playing in the group ahead, had to complete five holes of his second round earlier Saturday before mounting a strong challenge with a level-par 71 in North Carolina, spoiled by two closing bogeys.

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An adventurous back nine by 2015 PGA victor Jason Day serves as one example of the toll Quail Hollow is taking.

I had a bit of shaky start with a bogey on 10th, a par-5 and that was a disappointment, as you don't want to let go of the par-5s and certainly not drop a shot there.

CHARLOTTE - Unlike Jean Van de Velde or the fictional Roy McAvoy, Jason Day didn't wait until Sunday to endure a final-hole implosion. Matsuyama called that his best shot of the day.

McGirt, who teed off at 1:10 p.m. Friday, completed 11 holes before the horn sounded while he was preparing for a putt on the par-4 third hole.

Day, the former world No. 1, had fought doggedly on the back nine to haul himself back into contention.

The Canadian, who has never won a professional tournament on American soil, played holes No. 13-16 in a ridiculous 6 under par, including back-to-back eagles on 14 and 15.

Kisner made par on 17 but on the final hole hit his second shot into a stream only for it to fortunately bounce out and into the rough. One also one needs to score off the par-fives because you are not going to get too many chances.

McGirt will stay in the Tar Heel state for next week's Wyndham Championship in Greensboro at Sedgefield Country Club. His best finish at a major is T12 at the 2015 U.S. Open. Matsuyama and Kisner find themselves tied for the lead right now at -8 overall.

Rodd Baxley can be reached at 910-416-5182.

Jason Day crashes out of PGA Champs