How to Watch the Final Round of the U.S. Open (6/20/21) | Channel, Stream, Time
18 holes remains until a U.S. Open champion is crowned at Torrey Pines. While he really struggled to shoot even on Saturday, he remains at five-under, tied for the lead with two players. One is 2010 Open champ Louis Oosthuizen who finished -1, a solid return after going over par on Friday. Mackenzie Hughes ➡️ Tiger WoodsBoth made eagles on the par-5 13th at Torrey Pines, 13 years a part. ET (NBC)Where: Torrey Pines Golf Course (San Diego, Calif.)Channel: The Golf Channel, NBCStream: FuboTV (7-day free trial)mlive.com
How to Watch Round 3 of the U.S. Open (6/19/21) | Channel, Stream, Time
Watch the U.S. Open on FuboTV (7-day free trial)The feel-good story at the halfway mark of the tournament is the two gentlemen leading to the bunch at five-under, that is Russell Henley and Richard Bland. Henley led after Thursday at -4, and only bogeyed once in round two. His only other major he competed in was the 2017 Open Championship, where Bland finished tied for 22nd. What: 121st U.S. Open (Round 3)When: Saturday, June 19Time: 11 a.m. ETWhere: Torrey Pines Golf Course (San Diego, Calif.)Channel: NBCStream: FuboTV (7-day free trial)mlive.com
How to Watch Round 2 of the U.S. Open (6/18/21) | Channel, Stream, Time
Round one has wrapped up at Torrey Pines, and some of the best golfers in the world have found themselves struggling after 18 holes. Through the first round, the man at the top is American Russell Henley, who shot four-under. Watch the U.S. Open on FuboTV (7-day free trial)Brooks Koepka had the best round of any former champion, sitting tied for fifth at -2. What: 121st U.S. Open (Round 2)When: Friday, June 18Time: 12:30 p.m. ET (NBC)Where: Torrey Pines Golf Course (San Diego, Calif.)Channel: The Golf Channel, NBCStream: FuboTV (7-day free trial)mlive.com
Jones wins Honda Classic by 5 shots, earns spot in Masters
Jones won the Honda Classic by five shots Sunday, a final round of 2-under 68 good enough to finish the week at 12-under 268 at PGA National. J.B. Holmes was in the final group with Jones, three shots back to start the day, and his chances were gone very quickly. He ended up with a costly final-round 79 for Holmes; second place, where he started the day, paid Hagy $763,000 while the tied-for-46th finish paid Holmes $19,070. AdHe went on to make double bogey there, and when Jones birdied the par-5 third Holmes’ deficit had gone from three to eight shots in about 45 minutes. “You can't get a tougher golf course to win on than this one, in these conditions," Jones said.
Jones survives a challenging day, takes 3-shot lead at Honda
“I'm happy to go low with the ball flight and I'm probably a little more conservative when the wind is up," Jones said. That’s when his woes started, and what became a nine-shot turnaround between he and Jones began. Jones grabbed a share of the lead with a birdie at the par-4 14th. And when Wise made bogey at the par-3 15th, Jones was the outright leader again. “Just keep doing what I'm doing," Jones said.
Wise takes three-shot lead at midway point of Honda Classic
Wise shot his second straight 6-under 64 on Friday to take a three-stroke lead into the weekend at the Honda Classic. The 128 total is the lowest 36-hole score at PGA National since the tournament moved there 15 years ago — and marks the first 36-hole lead of Wise’s PGA Tour career. Wise birdied the last to finish off the 64, the eighth round of 64 or lower surrendered by PGA National this week. He opened with a 69, then shot 62 — the fourth score that low in Honda history at PGA National — Friday. Jones (61), Wise (64) and Russell Henley (64) had the 64s or better Thursday; Hagy, Ryder, Wise, Brice Garnett (64) and Stewart Cink (64) had them Friday.
Steele takes lead with 61 to get another chance in Sony Open
Brendan Steele lines up his putt on the ninth green during the third round at the Sony Open golf tournament Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021, in Honolulu. (AP Photo/Marco Garcia)HONOLULU – Brendan Steele knows he can play well at the Sony Open whether it's windy or calm, in sunshine or rain. One year after Steele lost a late lead at Waialae and lost in a playoff, he delivered the lowest score of his career Saturday in ideal conditions with a 9-under 61 that gave him a two-shot lead going into the final round. “You hope that you come back and you play well and erase whatever negative memories there are,” Steele said. It was wide open on Saturday, and it's not likely to be any different in the final round.
Jason Kokrak wins CJ Cup to get PGA Tour title in 233rd try
Jason Kokrak holds the championship trophy after winning the CJ Cup golf tournament at Shadow Creek Golf Course Sunday, Oct. 18, 2020, in North Las Vegas. Schauffele answered with three straight birdies, the last one a 45-footer that made it feel as though he was going to claim another PGA Tour victory by coming from behind. Kokrak played bogey-free on a course where trouble was never too far away. Making it even tougher on Kokrak and Schauffele was Jason Day, the third in their group, withdrew with a neck injury on the second hole. Kokrak earned a spot in the Masters next month from reaching the Tour Championship a year ago in August.