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Jimenez wins Schwab Cup opener, ties course record with 63


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Jimenez wins Schwab Cup opener, ties course record with 63

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – Miguel Angel Jimenez turned a day without work for torrential rain into a bonus within the last spherical of the rain-delayed Dominion Energy Charity Classic.

Jimenez repeatedly hit the ball near the pins on greens softened by Sunday rain and tied the course record with a 9-under 63 on Monday to win the opening occasion of the PGA Tour Champions’ three-tournament Charles Schwab Cup playoffs by two photographs over second-round co-leader Tommy Tolles.

“Everything,” Jimenez stated when requested what was working for him. “Even if I missed some fairways on the edge of the fairways, … my irons are amazing to the flag.”

Jimenez made 9 birdies in a bogey-free journey over the Country Club of Virginia’s James River course to tie the record set by Kevin Sutherland in 2016 and matched by Bernhard Langer and Vijay Singh the next 12 months. The victory, his second of the season, moved him from 22nd and 10th within the playoff standings.

His first birdie got here on the par-Three fourth gap, and “then I feel good the whole way on the golf course,” he stated.



Tolles remained winless in three years on the tour for gamers 50 and older, however made an eagle on the par-5 final gap to complete at four underneath and beat Colin Montgomerie by one shot.

The efficiency moved Tolles from 59th within the standings to 37th, guaranteeing him a spot within the Invesco QQQ Championship on Nov. 1-Three in Thousand Oaks, California. Only the highest 54 gamers within the standings qualify for the second playoff occasion.

“I hadn’t made anything all day so I didn’t expect it to go in,” Tolles stated of the ultimate putt. “It was a fairly simple putt, 15 feet straight down the hill.”

Montgomerie, who started the day one shot behind Tolles and Scott Parel, additionally closed with a 68. He declined to talk with reporters afterward.

Woody Austin, Bernhard Langer and Parel completed 5 photographs again.

Austin, the defending champion, was on his approach to a doable second-place end at eight underneath after 16 holes, however he stumbled on the end, sho-oting 65.

“Three putts for the last two holes and still sho-ot 65. That’s pretty bad but that’s my game,” he stated after signing his card and letting out a load groan. “Even when I putt good I still putt bad.”

Austin will begin the subsequent occasion in fifth place, trailing solely Scott McCarron, Jerry Kelly, Kirk Triplett and Langer.

“The big picture is I want to have a shot at that Schwab Cup and getting to second would have been a good boost for me,” he stated.

Langer closed with a 68 and performed with Jimenez. Not retaining tempo was irritating, he stated, “but it’s fun to see that somebody can do it.”

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