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Rickie Fowler sent the Scottsdale, Arizona, faithful into an uproar when he made an ace in Sunday's final round of the 2023 WM Phoenix Open. On the outskirts of contention to begin Round 4, Fowler utilized his hole-in-one on the par-3 7th to push his name back onto the first page of the leaderboard.

From 216 yards, Fowler's golf ball bounced a couple times before rolling beautifully into the bottom of the cup. Jumping to 11 under for the tournament, the 2019 champion got himself within four strokes of the lead held by overnight leader Scottie Scheffler.

For Fowler, this marks his third career hole-in-one on the PGA Tour and his first since 2015. Going through some well-documented struggles over the last few seasons, the 34-year-old appears to have turned a corner with his game, highlighted by vast improvements with his iron play. Ranking third in strokes-gained approach on the week, Fowler has continued to impress with his scoring clubs at a historically comfortable venue.

Known to be one of the biggest fan favorites at not only the WM Phoenix Open but throughout the entire PGA Tour season, all can agree an in-form Fowler is a beautiful sight -- even more so when he is making a hole-in-one.



PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — Taylor Pendrith will sleep well Sunday night after giving himself a chance to win the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am but presumably coming up just short.

Sitting at 12 under after a sterling 8-under 64 on Sunday afternoon at Pebble Beach Golf Links, the Canadian was an interesting storyline for most of the day, but when his last birdie putt dropped on the 15th hole, the 31-year-old became most likely a bit player with Justin Rose at 15 under and sitting in the middle of the 10th fairway.

“I was thinking, obviously, I needed a really low one to put myself I guess in the mix a little bit ... I felt like I played better than my score and just tried to stay patient and knew I was just going to make some birdies at some point,” Pendrith said of his approach, which will be good enough for a top 10 and likely better after the dust settles Monday.

“I knew the back nine was going to play really tough with the wind today, most of the holes were into the wind, so got as many as I could on the front nine and had some really nice shots on the back nine into the wind and was able to make the putts.”

Pendrith hasn't won on the PGA Tour and has not recorded a top 10 since the BMW Championship last August when he finished T8, but after a missed cut at the American Express and a T60 at the Farmers Insurance Open that included a 77 on the South course, Pendrith was looking for some help, which came via his longtime coach Derek Ingram.

Early in the week, Pendrith worked with Ingram on getting his driver back to hitting a fade and getting more control off the tee.

“Palm Springs, I drove it not very well,” Pendrith said. “Torrey Pines, thought it played really nicely considering where it was, so this week it was just get back to the basics and just trying to get back to the numbers where I feel comfortable and see the ball drop right.”

Hitting fairways was the key this week and now he must wait and see what happens on Monday as he will be a interested bystander at Pebble.

There were only three players in front of him when the horn blew on Sunday—Rose, Denny McCarthy and Brendon Todd—and three players tied with him. That makes his chances of a playoff slim, but when the day began Pendrith had little chance and now he’s playing with house money.

"I knew my game was close," he said. "Today, things clicked. I made a ton of putts and hit some really nice shots when I needed to and off the tee, I was good.”



Padraig Harrington is a winner for a third time in his last seven PGA Tour Champions starts A World Golf Hall of Fame résumé in conjunction with youth, by senior golf standards, is a formidable one-two punch that Padraig Harrington continues to use in his assault on the PGA Tour Champions. Harrington, 51 and in his first full season on the senior tour, won the Ascension Charity Classic on Sunday, his third victory in his last seven starts, a period of dominance that includes a U.S. Senior Open victory and only one finish outside the top four. He took a one-stroke lead into the final round at Norwood Hills Country Club in St. Louis, shot a three-under 68 and won by one over Y.E. Yang. Harrington made it closer than it might have been by bogeying two of his final three holes, including the 18th, but the margin of victory is immaterial. A win is a win, and the $300,000 first prize ran his 2022 earnings to $2,430,703. It has not been a stress-free sprint to the forefront of the senior tour. After Saturday’s round, Harrington noted his inability to eliminate drama from his weekend pursuits of victory. “Would have liked it to be simpler and it doesn't matter as long as I get to stay out front, but it would be nice if it was just a little bit less stress,” he said. A birdie at 11 on Sunday gave Harrington a three-stroke lead, seemingly insurmountable given the quality of his play in recent months. Then he bogeyed the 13th, followed by consecutive birdies and another bogey at 16, reintroducing stress into the proceedings. “I always know with these things, that I’d done the work today, just have to get to the clubhouse,” he said. “Sometimes that’s not that easy. I was really happy to have a two-shot lead [going to 18]. I’ve always had the ability to win coming from behind, but obviously what I’m seeing here is figuring out winning from the front.” Stress notwithstanding, Harrington completed 54 holes in 14-under-par 199. He also moved to within $134,000 of Steven Alker’s lead in the Charles Schwab Cup standings in pursuit of the $1 million bonus the winner will receive. “I know Steve’s going to play well,” Harrington said, “and to catch him I’ve got to do a lot of work.”


Collin Morikawa and Justin Rose are latest stars to commit to 2022 ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP

CHIBA, Japan – Tournament officials announced today that two-time major winner Collin Morikawa and former FedExCup champion Justin Rose have committed to play in the 2022 ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP at Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club in Chiba, October 13-16, 2022.

The duo are the latest big names to sign up for Japan’s lone PGA TOUR tournament following earlier commitments by reigning Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 gold medallist Xander Schauffele, Cameron Champ, Jason Day, Rickie Fowler and Tommy Fleetwood.

Travis Steiner, Executive Director of the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP, said: “We are delighted that Collin Morikawa and Justin Rose, who are both established stars of the game on the PGA TOUR, will compete in our tournament. Their presence will lend further credence to Japan being a major attraction for our top players and ensure another meaningful week of world-class golf for our Japanese fans to experience at Narashino.”

Morikawa, 25, has emerged as one of the most exciting young talents in recent years. Since turning professional in 2019, he has won five times on the PGA TOUR including two major championships, the 2020 PGA Championship and 2021 Open Championship. He also became the first American golfer to win the DP World Tour Race to Dubai title last year. In the recently concluded 2021-22 PGA TOUR Season, the World No. 8 posted eight top-10s, including top-5 finishes at the Masters and U.S. Open, en route to a T21 finish in the FedExCup. Morikawa will be making his fourth straight appearance at the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP, with a T7 in 2021 being his best finish.


Morikawa said: “I’ve played in every ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP since 2019 and it’s a tournament that I mark out on my calendar at the start of every year. Japan is an amazing country and the fans are incredible. The Morikawa family name goes back generations to Kumamoto, Japan, and having the opportunity to compete in a country with deep family roots is something I take great pride in. I look forward to concluding my year with some delicious Japanese food, playing on a great golf course and hopefully securing a win along the way.”

Rose, a former World No. 1, is a renowned winner across the globe where he has won official tournaments on all six continents, including The Crowns Tournament on the Japan Golf Tour in 2002. He was also the gold medallist when golf made a welcome return to the Olympic Games programme in Rio in 2016. The 42-year-old Englishman holds 10 titles on the PGA TOUR, including a major triumph at the 2013 U.S. Open. Another career highlight was achieved in 2018 when he claimed the season-long prize, the FedExCup, following two victories and nine other top-10s. Rose’s best finish at the recent 2021-22 Season was a T4 at the RBC Canadian Open where he closed with a 10-under 60. His lone appearance to date at the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP was at Sherwood Country Club in 2020 where he finished T17 when the tournament was moved to the U.S. due to the challenges of COVID-19.

Rose, ranked 58th in the world, said: “Japan will always have a special place in my heart as one of my earliest professional wins was achieved in Nagoya back in 2002. I look forward to returning in October to compete for another title at the PGA TOUR’s lone tournament in Japan. I’ve heard nothing but great things about the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP in Japan and I look forward to experiencing it myself.”

The US$11 million ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP will showcase a 78-man field which will compete over four rounds with no cut. As Japan’s only official PGA TOUR event, the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP was successfully launched at Narashino in 2019 when Tiger Woods claimed the inaugural title with a three-shot victory over Hideki Matsuyama en route to equalling Sam Snead’s record of 82 PGA TOUR victories. Patrick Cantlay was victorious in the 2020 edition at Sherwood while Matsuyama produced a popular victory when the tournament returned home to Japan last October.

This year’s ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP will include the leading players from the 2021-2022 FedExCup, players designated by the Japan Golf Tour Organization, the winner of the 2022 BMW Japan Golf Tour Championship Mori Building Cup on the Japan Golf Tour and sponsor exemptions. As in previous years, part of the tournament’s proceeds will be donated to charitable causes.

As a full FedExCup tournament, the winner of the ZOZO CHAMPIONSHIP will earn 500 FedExCup points. The event will be co-sanctioned once again with the Japan Golf Tour Organization.

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