Tag Archives: TPC Four Seasons

May
19
2013
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour
Sang Moon Bae deserves a vacay!

Sang-Moon Bae deserves a vacay!

In difficult conditions with gusts up to 40mph, Sang-Moon Bae captured his first PGA Tour victory at the HP Byron Nelson Championship. Bae, who entered the final round on Sunday trailing Keegan Bradley by two strokes, built up a four-shot lead on the front nine, but he squandered it after a double-bogey on no. 9.

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Jun
1
2011

No, it's not just a dream

The closing holes of the Byron Nelson Championship may have looked like a long, drawn-out grind, but to a PGA Tour rookie waiting nervously in a cabin behind the eighteenth green, events were reaching fever pitch. Keegan Bradley, who was possibly on the verge of his first PGA Tour victory, had just carded a final-round 68. Now, he had to play the waiting game.

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May
27
2011

Sergio's boo boo feels better!

Battling the intense pain of an infected fingernail — his left ring finger — Sergio Garcia managed to grind out a four-under 66 on Thursday at the HP Byron Nelson Championship, putting himself near the top of the leaderboard and two shots behind first-round leader Jeff Overton. On Monday Garcia, who has played in every British Open since 1998, but has yet to qualify for Royal St. Georges in July, withdrew from the Open Qualifier after four holes because he couldn’t grip the club comfortably and the pain was so excruciating that he questioned whether he’d be able to tee it up later in the week at TPC Four Seasons.

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May
25
2011
By Stephanie Wei under PGA Tour

Dustin and Joey, now together!

Dustin Johnson has recorded a T4 and T7 at the Byron Nelson Championship the last two years, so it’s no surprise CBS’ loquacious analyst Gary McCord picked him as one of his two favorites to win (with the other being Rory Sabbatini). McCord gave Dustin a little pep talk that CBS distributed in a press release. “It’s time to quit falling asleep out there Dustin and start winning on a consistent level,” said McCord.

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