2014 US Open Champion - Pinehurst #2
With a par on the first hole of sudden death, Hideki Matsuyama defeated Kevin Na to win the Memorial Tournament. Matsuyama replaced his broken driver for the playoff, but he wielded a 3-wood off the tee at the par-4 18th hole. It made a difference as he wasn't able to clear the fairway bunker on the right side. Knowing Matsuyama's position, Na then pulled his drive into the creek left of the fairway. After negotiating a tree and finding safety well right of the green but in the rough, Matsuyama then failed to capitalize by short-siding his approach into the rough short of a greenside bunker. Eventually, with Na laying 4 on the green, Matsuyama converted his par putt from 10'1", the ball trickling all the way into the cup. This is his first victory on the PGA TOUR. He was already exempt into the season's second and third majors, but he's also now officially exempt into the PGA Championship. Needless to say, the sky is the limit for the 22-year-old from Japan.
In the final round of the 2014 Crowne Plaza Invitational, Peter Kostis uses the Konica Minolta Bizhub Swing Vision to analyze Adam Scott’s swing off the 16th tee box.
Michelle Wie rallied from four strokes back entering the day to shoot a 5-under 67 on Saturday and win the LPGA LOTTE Championship. "I'm just having fun out there," said Wie, who grew up in Honolulu. "I was out there and nervous. Every time I felt nervous out there, I was looking around, I felt there was no place I'd rather be."
Matt Jones rallied for a 6-under-par 33-33=66 in the final round of the Shell Houston Open to post the lead in the clubhouse at 15-under 273 and will face Matt Kuchar in a playoff. The Aussie was on fire in the finale at Golf Club of Houston, circling eight birdies to just two bogeys on his afternoon. He got his first blemish out of the way at the first hole, then saved his second for the par-4 17th when his drive rolled through the fairway and into a hazard. He ended his day with a 46'2" birdie at the difficult par-4 18th. He landed 15 GIR and gained just shy of five strokes with the flat stick in the final round. This is the 156th PGA TOUR start for Jones, and should he hold on for the victory it would be his first win.
Patrick Reed is at it again winning for the third time in 14 starts on the PGA Tour. Now 20th in the world and moving up fast. Check out his golf swing. WGC Cadillac Championship Champ