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Sports Todd, Taylor share lead as darkness halts Round 4 of Mayakoba Classic

02:20  18 november  2019
02:20  18 november  2019 Source:   thescore.com

Todd nearly breaks 60 in final round to capture Bermuda Championship

  Todd nearly breaks 60 in final round to capture Bermuda Championship Brendon Todd fired a final-round 62 to win the Bermuda Championship by four strokes on Sunday. Todd flirted with a 59, carding seven straight birdies between the second and eighth holes to finish with a 29 on the front. He gave himself a legitimate chance to break 60 by starting the back nine with two birdies. Even after three straight pars, a birdie on 15 kept his hopes for a 59 alive, but then Todd finished his round with two pars and his only bogey of the day on 18.The victory is just his second win on the PGA Tour, and the 34-year-old's first since 2014.

English won at Mayakoba in 2013 when it was the final PGA Tour event of the year. "Feel like if I can get it on the dance floor and hit 14, 15, 16 greens a round , I can give myself a chance. Todd got it sorted out and picked up loads of confident with his victory in the inaugural Bermuda event.

Brendon Todd was your (improbable?) leader with just a handful of holes remaining before Vaughn Here are five storylines to keep an eye on as play wraps up tomorrow morning at Mayakoba . He's been flawless in Round 4 , and a victory on Monday morning would return the Augusta, Georgia

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Brendon Todd and Vaughn Taylor share a one-shot lead at the Mayakoba Golf Classic as darkness halted play Sunday.

The leaders are at 20-under par, one shot better than groupmate Harris English, with four holes left to complete Monday. They played a total of 32 holes in a marathon day to make up for losing all of Thursday's round due to rain.

Todd could win back-to-back tournaments if he were to separate himself from the pack Monday morning. He claimed the Bermuda Championship two weeks ago, which ended a five-year winless drought.

Mexican Carlos Ortiz is also a single stroke behind the leaders. The 28-year-old only has one hole remaining in his final round as he searches for his first PGA Tour title.

Round 4 will resume at 7:30 a.m. ET.

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