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Brendon Todd rolls on with a 62 at Sea Island to take lead and chase a 3 rd straight PGA Tour victory. (AP) — Brendon Todd made six birdies on the front nine to seize control and shot 8-under 62 on Saturday at Sea Island to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the RSM Classic as he goes
Todd is trying to become the first player since Dustin Johnson in 2017 to win three consecutive starts. Brendon Todd waves to the crowd after sinking a birdie putt on the first hole during the third round of the RSM Classic golf tournament in St. Simons Island, Ga., Saturday, Nov., 23, 2019.
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. — A few years removed from battling the full yips, Brendon Todd has a chance to be mentioned alongside Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson as he goes for a third straight PGA Tour victory.
Todd felt like he couldn't miss Saturday at Sea Island and he rarely did. With six birdies on the front side of the Seaside Course, he shot an 8-under 62 to tie the 54-hole tournament record and build a two-shot lead in the RSM Classic.
Not since Dustin Johnson in 2017 has anyone won three straight starts on the PGA Tour.
Not since Tiger Woods in 2006 has anyone won three straight tournaments on the PGA Tour schedule.
Danny Lee snags 1st-round lead with 9-under 62 at Mayakoba Classic
Danny Lee got off to a smoking-hot start at the Mayakoba Classic, firing a 9-under 62 in Round 1 to grab an early one-shot lead in Mexico. Lee was out early Friday morning and took advantage of the soft conditions at El Camaleon Golf Club after rain completely washed out first-round play Thursday. The New Zealander carded five birdies and an eagle to make the turn at 29. He played the back nine at 2-under par to get in the clubhouse at 62. TheLee was out early Friday morning and took advantage of the soft conditions at El Camaleon Golf Club after rain completely washed out first-round play Thursday. The New Zealander carded five birdies and an eagle to make the turn at 29.
— Brendon Todd made six birdies on the front nine to seize control and shot 8-under 62 on Saturday at Sea Island to take a two-shot lead into the final round of the RSM Classic as he goes for his third straight PGA Tour victory. Todd , who overcame a case of the full yips that nearly drove him from the
todd - takes - lead -after-round-3-in-pursuit-of-third- straight - win | sport Brendon Todd has a chance to be mentioned alongside Tiger Woods and Dustin Johnson as he goes for a third straight PGA Tyler Duncan leads at RSM Classic . As Duncan shined, defending champion Charles Howell III was
Todd has a chance to join both Sunday even as he tries to keep it in perspective. For Todd, it's not about going for three in a row. It's about posting a good score in the final round.
He figures his battle with the yips should help.
"I think I've had to be so disciplined over the last year mentally about just focusing in on ever shot that I'm aiming to kind of use that experience to my advantage now," he said.
Todd was at 18-under 194, who shots ahead of Webb Simpson (63) and Sebastian Munoz (66), who already has won this season at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Tyler Duncan, who started with a two-shot lead, made 18 pars for a 70 and was four shots behind.
David Hearn (69) of Brantford, Ont., was tied for 39th at 8 under. Mackenzie Hughes (69) of Dundas, Ont., was tied for 53rd at 7 under. Adam Hadwin (74) of Abbotsford, B.C., was at even par in sole possession of 76th.
English takes lead at Mayakoba Classic with 2nd-round 64
Harris English carded a 7-under 64 in Round 2 of the Mayakoba Golf Classic on Saturday to hold a one-shot lead with 36 holes remaining. The 30-year-old turned in a bogey-free performance on the heels of yesterday's 65 to sit at 13-under par for the tournament. English won the 2013 Mayakoba Classic for his second PGA Tour victory and has already recorded three top-six results in four events played this season. Vaughn Taylor is alone in second after a 66 in Round 2.First-round leader Danny Lee shot 70 after torching El Camaleon Golf Club with a 9-under 62 to open his week in Mexico. He's three shots back of English in a tie for fourth.
Mi Jung Hur takes lead at Taiwan Swinging Skirts. Howell didn't make enough birdies Saturday to do much of anything except post a 2-under 68 and keep his name atop the leaderboard at the RSM Classic , even if by only one shot over PGA Tour rookie Cameron Champ and part-time insurance
MORE: RSM Classic scores, leaderboard. Gore was headed to Pebble Beach for an mixed invitational event until getting word that he was in the RSM Classic . This is his first tournament in three months, though he has kept busy playing golf with clients in his new insurance venture with his wife.
Simpson and Todd played junior golf together in North Carolina, and he says Todd often got the best of him being a grade ahead. They have remained close, and Simpson said Todd confided in him while struggling with his game.
"I think it's remarkable," Simpson said about Todd's turnaround. "He's a good friend of mine and to show the resilience of not playing well, to come back and stay in it and get one win and then two in a row, and now he's playing great again. I'm really happy for him."
Todd opened with birdie putts from 20 feet and 12 feet, added a few short ones in the middle of the front nine, holed a birdie putt from just inside 30 feet on No. 8 and closed out the front nine with a 12-foot birdie.
He hit every fairway. He missed only one green.
"It was like a video game out there today," Todd said. "Just thrilled with the way I'm hitting it and feeling out there."
Todd, Taylor share lead as darkness halts Round 4 of Mayakoba Classic
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.
Brendon Todd putts during the third round of the 2019 RSM Classic . In early October Brendon Todd had just missed his fourth- straight cut to open the season, and his career comeback seemed Todd quickly quieted any doubts about the quality of that win by storming to victory in his next start at the
Todd remains in the mix for three in a row. He won the inaugural Bermuda Championship, held opposite a World Golf Championship. He also played bogey-free and goes into the weekend with hopes of winning for the first time since the SportsLine simulated the 2019 RSM Classic 10,000
Todd also had a number of putts touch the hole. He said the only putt he hit all day that he knew was not going in was at No. 3.
No one had ever won twice in the fall in the six previous years the PGA Tour went to a wraparound season. Todd has a chance for three victories, which would push him over $3 million for the year before the PGA Tour takes a five-week break.
He doesn't expect anything to change from when he won the inaugural Bermuda Championship, followed by a victory last week in the Mayakoba Golf Classic.
"Just get into my little zone and attack the golf course like I'm trying to go shoot nothing because that's been my mindset every day for the last three events, and there's really no reason to change it just because I'm near the lead," Todd said. "And whether it happens or not ... I'm not going to feel good or bad about myself, I'm just going to keep attacking."
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Tyler Duncan rallies to win PGA Tour’s RSM Classic .
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. — Tyler Duncan made a 12-foot putt on the second hole of a playoff with Webb Simpson on Sunday in the RSM Classic for his first PGA Tour title. Playing two groups ahead of Simpson in windy conditions on Sea Island’s Seaside Course, Duncan birdied three of the last four holes in regulation for a 5-under 65. He two-putted the par-5 15h for a birdie, made a 6-footer on the par-3 17th and a 25-footer on the par-4 18th. “I'mPlaying two groups ahead of Simpson in windy conditions on Sea Island’s Seaside Course, Duncan birdied three of the last four holes in regulation for a 5-under 65. He two-putted the par-5 15h for a birdie, made a 6-footer on the par-3 17th and a 25-footer on the par-4 18th.