PGA Tour Brunch Final Day at Valspar
@PGATourBrunch Coverage of the Final Round at Innisbrook (Copperhead)
PGA Tour Brunch’s Coverage of Final Round at Valspar
Keegan Bradley and Sam Burns tied the 54-hole tournament scoring record (199) at (-14) and remain tied for the lead entering the final round, but both are 0-for-2 with the 54-hole lead/co-lead on the Tour.
Max Homa is looking to become the third player with multiple victories this season, joining Bryson DeChambeau and Stewart Cink. Homa is in 3rd place, but only one stroke back (-13).
There have been 91 hole-outs this week, the most through three rounds at the Valspar Championship during the ShotLink era (2003-present).
Round 4 Tee Times begin today at 8:20am and run through 2:05pm (EDT) when the leaders, Keegan Bradley and Sam Burns, tee-off together once again.
Weather: Mostly sunny skies give way to partial clouds. Can’t rule out an isolated shower or thunderstorm developing this afternoon across interior sections. Otherwise, it will remain dry today. A light SE wind this morning will shift out of the SW and increase to 10-15 mph this afternoon.
PGATourBrunch will be posting at 12:00 Noon (EDT) Monday with a recap of the Valspar Championship and a quick look at the Wells Fargo.
Next Week: Wells Fargo Championship (Charlotte, NC)
THIS WEEK on the PGA TOUR: The Valspar Championship
SOCIAL MEDIA: #PGATour #FedExCup @ValsparChamp
TV COVERAGE: Today, May 2 - Golf Channel’s TV coverage goes from 1:00pm to 3:00pm (EDT), then CBS takes over coverage from 3:00pm to 6:00pm (EDT).
STREAMING: Today, PGA Tour Live Featured Groups runs from 8:00am to 3:00pm (EDT) with Featured Holes goes from 3:00pm to 6:00pm (EDT).
PGA TOUR RADIO COVERAGE: Streaming Radio coverage today from 1:00pm to 6:00pm (EDT) on Sirius XM Satellite Radio. PGA Tour Radio is available on Sirius 208/XM 92) or online on PGATour.com.
How to Watch: (PGATourCom)
2021 Valspar Championship - Leaderboard After R-2
Keegan Bradley 64-66-69—199 (-14)
Sam Burns 67-63-69—199 (-14)
Max Homa 66-68-66—200 (-13)
Ted Potter, Jr. 67-73-63—203 (-10)
Abraham Ancer 67-70-66—203 (-10)
Joaquin Niemann 68-68-67—203 (-10)
Cameron Tringale 69-67-67—203 (-10
Full Leaderboard: (link)
Last Chance for April Showers PGA Tour Brunch Special Discount:
What They’re Saying:
Bradley and Burns Stay Tied for Lead at Valspar (ESPN)
A Tougher Innisbrook (Copperhead) Awaits Leaders (PGATourCom)
Should Gary Woodland Take Some Time Off? (GolfWeek)
On This Day in Golf History:
May 2, 2010 - A 20-year oild Rory McIlroy sunk a 40-foot birdie putt to cap a final round 10-under (62) to win his first PGA Tour title at Quail Hollow in Charlotte, NC. McIlroy’s course record gave him a four shot victory over runner-up Phil Mickelson. (Courtesy of Randy Walker), Author of On This Day in Golf History, available via Amazon.com and by clicking HERE