Published: Mon, April 24, 2017
Business | By Pat Ferguson

Chappell finally wins on PGA Tour in 180th career start

Chappell finally wins on PGA Tour in 180th career start

Carl Pettersson, Tony Finau, Bud Cauley, Cameron Smith, Martin Laird and Kevin Tway are also tied for fourth at 6 under. It was just the fifth round of the 2016-17 PGA Tour season in which every player had at least one bogey.

He hit his third shot into a water hazard and bogeyed the par-five hole to finish at nine under for the tournament. Funk and Sluman birdied five of their first six holes on the par-3 course while playing modified alternate shot in a four-ball format.

Chappell, 30, flirted with trouble on the 18th when his second shot rolled next to a brook, but he had enough room for a full swing and reached the green to set up a 2-putt par.

"I just didn't give up any shots out there", Grace said.

"It's hard to win out here - everybody knows that", Koepka said. This golf course really gets all of your game.

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NOTES: There have not been multiple leaders at the Valero Texas Open after 54 holes since 1993 when Jay Haas, Bob Lohr, Tom Lehman and Dan Forsman shared the lead at Oak Hills. His day was relatively uneventful until the 14th when he got his first birdie of the round. I just couldn't find a rhythm. He picked up the nearly obligatory birdie at the 17th but a bogey at the last saw him finish four shots from Chappell's lead although not without hope of contending for the title tomorrow. "I really took advantage of the finish there". South Korean Kim Seung-hyuk shot a 69 and tied for third place at 10 under 274 with overnight leader Hwang Jung-gon and Japan's Mikumu Horikawa. He sank a 56-foot putt to birdie earlier at No. 6, so he 2-putted for the birdie at 17 and ran in another birdie at 18.

At Ridgedale, Missouri, Carlos Franco and Vijay Singh teamed to shoot a course-record 12-under par to rally from seven shots behind and win the PGA Tour Champions' Bass Pro Shops Legends of Golf at Big Cedar Lodge.

Camilo Villegas emerged as a strong contender when he birdied five of the first six holes, but the Colombian stumbled after the turn and dropped three shots in two holes before completing a disappointing 70 which left him six off the lead.

Wiesberger has been in impressive form the last eight months, having not missed a cut since the PGA Championship with seven top-five finishes.

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