dglobalnews.com Chappell edges Koepka by 1 stroke to win Texas Open
Published: Mon, April 24, 2017
Markets | By Armando Jensen

Chappell edges Koepka by 1 stroke to win Texas Open

Chappell edges Koepka by 1 stroke to win Texas Open

Ryan Palmer, a West Texas native also handled the winds as strong as 25 miles per hour well to shoot four-under 68.

But the 30-year-old got back on track with a sublime tee-shot in close at the short seventh, and his approach to the 10th pulled up just a foot from the cup and left a simple tap in which lifted him to 11 under. "To birdie 14, 16 and 17 - and felt great about a couple of sweet par saves there on 15 and 18 - I showed a little emotion and showed that it meant something to me". He had three bogeys and a double bogey on the front nine, before a bogey free back nine to go with three birdies to get him in the lead.

The day started with Tony Finau and Bud Cauley tied for the lead at eight-under par, but the two leaders each shot two-over today opening the door for Chappell.

"I just didn't give up any shots out there", Grace said. His day was relatively uneventful until the 14th when he got his first birdie of the round. That always tends to put me at ease.

Former Texas A&M golfer Ryan Palmer captured his best finish of the season at the Valero Texas Open Sunday, finishing in a tie for sixth after carding a seven-under par for the week. I love the golf course, love what it provides. He made me had to do it the right way.

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"I didn't start off really well", Wiesberger said. South Korean Kim Seung-hyuk shot a 69 and tied for third place at 10 under 274 with overnight leader Hwang Jung-gon and Japan's Mikumu Horikawa.

Koepka, trailing Chappell by a shot coming up the 18th, took a three-iron out of his bag and considered taking a crack at reaching the 606-yard, par-five hole in two. He sank a 56-foot putt to birdie earlier at No. 6, so he 2-putted for the birdie at 17 and ran in another birdie at 18.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Carlos Franco and Vijay Singh teamed to shoot a course-record 12-under par and rally from seven shots behind to win the Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf in Ridgedale, Missouri.

SHENZHEN, China - Bernd Wiesberger of Austria shot a 3-under 69 Saturday to take a three-stroke lead into the final round of the Shenzhen International.

Wiesberger's 71 featured par saves on the 12th and 17th and almost hit the pin with his approach to the last hole but was forced to settle for a par and a trip back up the 18th.

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