DeChambeau finished his round with three consecutive birdies to secure his sixth PGA Tour victory. The win marks the American's fourth straight PGA Tour season with a triumph
Open Championship 2018: Shubhankar Sharma marks birthday by becoming youngest Indian to make cut in a Major
Shubhankar Sharma became the youngest Indian golfer to make the cut in any Major after he capped a wonderful back nine to achieve the feat at the 147th Open Championships.
Anirban Lahiri carded a 5-over 76 on the opening day, leaving him with a mountain to climb in his bid for a weekend appearance at the 147th Open Championship.
Justin Thomas carded a final round of 68 to total 8-under and win the Wanamaker Trophy by two shots over Patrick Reed (67), Francesco Molinari (67) and Louis Oosthuizen (70).
Anirban Lahiri’s woes with his putter continued as he slipped from T-43rd to T-68th at the end of the third day of the PGA Championships at Quail Hollow on Saturday.
PGA Championship 2017: Leader Kevin Kisner’s surgeon-like dissection of Quail Hollow reaps dividends
On a course long-hitting Brooks Koepka dubbed as a ‘Bomber’s Paradise’, on the eve of the 99th PGA Championship, it is Kevin Kisner, ranked 127th on driving distance, who is leading the field.
PGA Championship 2017: Hideki Matsuyama, Kevin Kisner share lead; Jason Day makes late charge to stay in mix
Hideki Matsuyama birdied five of the last seven holes to seize a share of the lead with Kevin Kisner in Friday's storm-hit second round of the 99th PGA Championship.
PGA Championship 2017: Anirban Lahiri keeps Asian Tour flag flying; Hideki Matsuyama, Kevin Kisner share lead
With a closing birdie for the second straight day, Anirban Lahiri finished the first two days with 72 and 73 and safely made the weekend action of the PGA Championship.
Not even the inspiration of being watched by pal Michael Phelps, the Olympic swim legend with a record 23 gold medals, could help Jordan Spieth solve his putting woes Thursday at the PGA Championship.
Anirban Lahiri played a lot better than what the scorecard showed but a good chunk of the blame for that would fall on the shortest club in his bag, the putter. Lahiri, who opened with a bogey and three-putted twice still came back with a one-over 72 that placed him Tied-33rd at the end of the first round of the 99th PGA Championships at Quail Hollow.