Day wins first major; Henley ties for 12th to lead SHGA players
Australian Jason Day won the final major of the year with a record-setting performance. He fired four rounds at 20-under-par to win the PGA Championship at Whistling Straits in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The victory was his first in golf's major championships. Jordan Spieth, who had already won two major championships this year, finished second just three shots back. Bartow Sports Zone tracks the performances of players affiliated with Scott Hamilton Golf Academy at Cartersville Country Club. Scott Hamilton is the Director of Golf at CCC and works with many prominent professional golfers through SH Golf Acadmey. Results for those players on the PGA Tour, WEB.com Tour, and the senior Champions Tour are listed below.
PGA Tour PGA Championship Whistling Straits, Sheboygan, WI Winner: Jason Day (-20) over Jordan Spieth (-17)
T12 — Russell Henley (-10)
T37 — Boo Weekley (-3)
T48 — Harris English (-1)
MC — Steven Bowditch MC — Brendon Todd Note: Acworth’s Jason Bohn finished T37 (-3).
Next Week: Wyndham Championship, Greensboro, NC
Price Cutter Charity Championship Highland Springs CC, Springfield, MO
Winner: Dawie vander Walt (-23)
T39 — Hunter Hamrick (-13) T83 — Kelvin Day (-5)
T83 — Mark Silvers (-5)
Next Week: WinCo Foods Portland Open, North Plains, OR
The Champions Tour for senior players was idle this week.
Next Week: Boeing Classic, Snoqualmie, WA