PGA Tour: Justin Rose rates a bit of “59 rounds” during the unbelievable last day of the Canadian Omnium | Golf News – News 24

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Justin Rose falls just behind in the lower 60s at the Canadian Omnium with a bogey in the 18th

Justin Rose falls just behind in the lower 60s at the Canadian Omnium with a bogey in the 18th

Justin Rose at rate ng peu le tour le plus bas de l’histoire ng PGA Tour lors d’une finale remarquable à l’Omnium canadien RBC à Toronto.

Rose entered the final round seven shots behind and with little realistic hope of claiming a first PGA Tour victory since 2019, only to charge the standings with an incredible display on the 70 track at Royal George’s Golf and Country Club.

The former world No. 1 registered three eagles and seven birdies on a special Sunday, although three bogeys allowed him to settle for a 10-under-60-year-old, just before playing in the 13th round under 60 on the PGA Tour.

Rose has been without a win on the PGA Tour since the 2019 Farmers Insurance Open

Rose has been without a win on the PGA Tour since the 2019 Farmers Insurance Open

Rose hit 137 yards to hit the first by four and scored the following before crossing eight feet to save him through the third, then taking an eight -foot shot at the fifth.

The former US Open champion hit the green in the seventh bird, but bogged down the ninth by five after finding the fairway bunker on the tee and three shots rolled from the fringe, seeing him reach the turn at 30.

Rose managed 11 shots and 15 holes while doing a late charge at the Canadian Omnium

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Rose managed 11 shots and 15 holes while doing a late charge at the Canadian Omnium

Rose managed 11 shots and 15 holes while doing a late charge at the Canadian Omnium

Rose followed and birdie ng 20 feet or 10 with an eagle of 30 feet or half followed, before a birdie taped at 12th and a gain of six feet or 14th brought him to nine under the round with four holes still to play.

England’s brilliant approach at 15th by five put a seven -foot eagle to bolster the hopes of a round 60 to put Jim Furyk’s record of “58 rounds” under threat, only to that he would not come up and descend from a bunker on the green side to save the 16th by three.

Rose recovered in style to leave a bird in the 17th, only to swamp the last quarter after having stretched the final green to having been unable to climb and descend the barren grass.

One pair of late saw Rose become the first player to break 60 on the PGA Tour with several bogeys in one round, while a “59 rounds” was said to have been the first on the American circuit since Scottie Scheffler’s effort during the Northern 2020 Confiance.

Furyk recorded his 12 under 58 at the 2016 Travelers’ Championship, after having posted a 59 -three -year earlier at the BMW Championship, with Al Geiberger, Chip Beck, David Duval, Stuart Appleby, Paul Goydos, Justin Thomas, Adam Hadwin, Brandt Snedeker, Kevin Chappell and Scheffler were the others to record totals below 60.

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