Phil Mickelson and Brian Davis each shot an 8-under 63 to earn a share of the lead going into today’s second round of the Deutsche Bank Championship, the second event in the U.S. PGA Tour’s playoff series.
Jason Day, Lee Westwood and Scott Piercy have moved into a share of the lead at golf’s PGA Championship, tying Adam Scott and Jim Furyk at 5-under par.
Jim Furyk takes a one-shot lead into today’s final round of the PGA Championship, a position that hasn’t been favorable in recent major golf tournaments.
Tiger Woods is among four golfers trailing leader Miguel Angel Jimenez of Spain by one shot heading into today’s third round of the British Open.
England’s Lee Westwood has fallen into a tie for the lead with Australia’s Adam Scott and Sweden’s Henrik Stenson in the final round of the British Open.
Lee Westwood has a two-shot lead over Tiger Woods and Hunter Mahan in the third round of the British Open.
Phil Mickelson put aside his “heartbreaking” second-place finish at the U.S. Open to play the best round of his career yesterday and win the British Open.
Lee Westwood took a three-shot lead over Henrik Stenson, Ian Poulter and Phil Mickelson in the final round of the British Open, as Tiger Woods slid five strokes behind.
Adam Scott leads Phil Mickelson and Lee Westwood by one shot in the final round of the British Open.
"I did not really play well enough today."
- Lee Westwood on Jul 21, 2013