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PGA Tour Brunch - Kokrak Takes Colonial
After posting his low 54-hole score on Tour, 14-under (196), Jason Kokrak made five birdies (with five bogeys) to post an even-par (70) and claim his second career PGA Tour title and second this season (2020 The CJ Cup @ Shadow Creek).
Kokrak began the day trailing Dallas, Texas native Jordan Spieth by a stroke and became the 10th player among the last 13 winners of the Challenge to come from behind to win in the final round.
Kokrak became the first player over the age of 35 to claim his first two PGA Tour victories in the same season since Francesco Molinari in 2018.
Saturday’s 54-hole leader, Jordan Spieth, bogeyed three of his first four holes and two of his last four to finish second.
Patton Kizzire claimed a second consecutive T-3 finish this season, with both coming in the Dallas/Ft. Worth MetroPlex.
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Final Leaderboard at Colonial CC
Jason Kokrak 65-65-66-70—266 (-14)
Jordan Spieth 63-66-66-73—268 (-12)
Charley Hoffman 71-62-72-65—270 (-10)
Patton Kizzire 67-65-71-67—270 (-10)
Sebastián Muñoz 67-65-70-68—270 (-10)
Ian Poulter 68-70-64-68—270 (-10)
Full Leaderboard (link)
What They’re Saying:
Kokrak Earns Second Win (ESPN/Associated Press)
Spieth Comes Up Short (PGATourCom)
Five Things from Colonial (PGATourCom)
#SportsBiz, Sporting Goods and Golf Industry News
Money Earned at Charles Schwab Challenge (Golf Week/USA Today)
What Was In Kokrak’s Bag? (Golf Week/USA Today)
OK State’s Bo Jin Closes in on NCAAs (ESPN)
Justin Thomas Cuts Check for Visacki (CBS Sports HQ)
On This Day in Golf History:
May 31, 1942 - Sam Snead won his first major Tour title at the PGA Championship at Seaview Country Club in Galloway, NJ. Snead won the Match Play final, 2-and-1, over Jim Turnesa. Snead (U.S. Navy) and Turnesa (U.S. Army) began their service in the Armed Forces immediately after the event. - Courtesy of Randy Walker, Author of On This Day in Golf History, available via Amazon.com and by clicking HERE
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