OWINGS MILLS, Maryland-From back-to-back eagles to back-to-back shots in the water, Bryson DeChambeau Everything at the BMW Championship on Saturday was rewarded. After a wild ride in the Caves Valley, he ended up tied for the lead. Patrick Cantley.
On the right, it looks as if DeChambeau will use sheer power and extraordinary putting touches to escape the field. His mistake on the back nine holes settled him down with a score of 67 under 5, and still looks like he was defeated. Players.
Cantlay’s classic style is also very useful. He didn’t lose the ball until the 18th hole kicked into the deep grass area, which resulted in a bogey and a 66.
The top action was so intense that De Chambeau led from one shot to two holes in the first nine holes, and Cantley led from four shots to two holes by one shot. Back nine holes.
Cantley caught three birdies early on the last nine holes, which allowed him to make up quickly, mainly because De Chambeau hit the 12th hole (bogey) and par 3 on the 13th hole (double bogey). The ball goes into the water.
Their score was 195, 21 under par, and a two-person match was held on Sunday.
Crisp and refreshing Abraham Anser Mexico (66), Sam Burns (65) and Sergio Garcia (67) Also four shots behind in the group stage.The biggest disappointment belongs to Joan Ram, The world’s number one player, he swallowed three bogeys in the last six holes, did not catch a birdie, shot 70.
He is five shots behind. This is usually not a huge deficit, it seems to be just one on a pitch, and everyone can catch a birdie at any time.
Ram tried his best to keep up and was three shots behind. He missed the green on the 13th hole on the left with a bogey, and missed the fairway on the right with another bogey on the 14th hole. He had to par 5 on the 16th hole. . He bogeyed in the fairway bunker.
In the process, on this day, it means losing momentum quickly.
Once again, the momentum and position have changed without notice.
Cantley took the lead by one stroke, and with only two holes, he was three strokes behind without making a mistake.
It’s all about De Chambeau. He put a 25-foot eagle putt on the par-4 hole, then drove to the front of the green on the 322-yard fifth hole, and pushed a 55-foot putt when it was halfway through the hole. looks great.
At that point, it looked like a loss of control on the Cave Valley course, very suitable for him, soft conditions and wide fairways. Even the wrong shot results are good.
He hit a ball to the left on the 8th hole and DeChambeau had to walk about 30 yards back to the fairway because he could not find a sprinkler with a yardage. He hit the ball to 30 feet and caught a birdie, extending the lead to four shots.
Then everything changed. The mud on his ball caused his ball to miss to the right and into the water. When Cantley picked up a birdie from the green, some of the birdies on the 12th hole turned into bogeys and two swings. .
De Chambeau found water on the par-3 tee shot of the 13th hole, and when Cantley pushed into the 35-foot birdie putt, it resulted in a double bogey and a three-shot swing.
Sunday is more than just a trophy. The top 30 in the FedEx Cup advance to the finals of next week’s Tour Championship.Garcia is ready to enter the top 30 Hudson Swaford with Eric Van Rohn Among the lurking people.
Patrick Reid Recovering from bilateral pneumonia at home in Houston. He needs a lot to stay in the top 30 and has a more reasonable chance than at the beginning of this week.