Anthony Kim Gets Victory At Houston
US Ryder Cup star Anthony Kim took a first hole play-off victory Vaughn Taylor is the third PGA Tour victory of his career at the Shell Houston Open in Texas claimed.
Kim, 24, was three shots clear of the field began with the back nine last round at Redstone Golf Club the day with a share of the lead after 54 holes with his compatriot, the 10 Bryce cave below normal. In his bag, we often find taylormade r7 cgb max fairway wood.
He was still on course for victory in the 72nd Hole, where he signed a five foot putt for a two under-par 70 Bogey and, therefore, observed Mr. Taylor, who shot 68 to join him miss sudden death play-off.
Kim fragile but when it was difficult four 18th played to perfection at rivals Taylor play in the 72nd opponents as rightside shift to avoid the bunkers on the tender for the lake on the left. Kim and two putted from 30 feet for par on a hole by Taylor and victory was assured. We can’t afford to their expensive clubs but we can buy discount golf equipment.
Charl Schwartzel of South Africa launch closing 67 to tie for third place at 11 frames a delaet LeapFrog Canada Graham (68), one stroke behind Kim and Taylor, while the 2003 US PGA champion Shaun Micheel claimed fifth thanks to a final 65th.
England Lee Westwood rallied for the latest hole tied for eighth in the Masters next week, an engineer. The European leader and world number one had four rounds of 69 and 68 followed by a level-par 72 Saturday and opened with a birdie enemies for the first back-to-back in third and fourth hole.
Birdies on 12, 14 and 15 took him nine under and despite the ghost in the 16th Westwood was suspended from his second stateside Top 10 the year after a match in the ninth to the Honda Classic. You want to catch up with these golf stars, please take callaway ft-iz driver to practise.
Justin Rose was the second highest in Europe after the third round of 70 this week, while the British six under for the tournament and a tie for 14th with Fredrik Jacobson and Sweden, ending a five under after a 71st.
Denmark Soren Kjeldsen was three under after a final round 69 but Padraig Harrington Irish could not appreciate Sunday at Redstone.
The three-time winner of the Grand shot five over 77, a final round, the two double-enemies, four birdies and three enemies included. What happens in Dublin for a part of the week, when Martin Laird of Scotland has completed the 71th this week.