PGA: Collin Morikawa gets up in front of Justin Thomas

PGA: Collin Morikawa se lève devant Justin Thomas

The American Collin Morikawa had reason of his compatriot Justin Thomas in the third hole of overtime to win the Omnium now workday Charity of the PGA tour on Sunday in Dublin, Ohio.

Unlike his vis-à-vis, the winner was saved normal at this hole – in fact the 10th of the course the Muirfield Village – to pick up his second victory in 24 starts in the professional career.

Leader after three rounds, Thomas (69) seemed to be in a good position to save with the top honors at the 18th flag regulatory. However, it missed roll a few feet to commit the boguey. His rival, for his part, managed his to force the extension. In the course thereof, Morikawa (66) has been spectacular on the second extra hole by extending the discussion to the aid of a long rode. On the next hole, Thomas was placed in difficulty by sending his ball near a tree, facilitating the task of the eventual winner.

The two golfers were entered into with a cumulative total of 269 (-19), four shots ahead of Norway’s Viktor Hovland (71).

In the Canadian, Roger Sloan (70) finished tied in 27th place at 281 (-7). Adam Hadwin (68) and Corey Conners (70) ended respectively in 35th and 39th, two-and three-shots of Sloan. Mackenzie Hughes (75) and Nick Taylor (71) shared the 48th level to 285 (-3).

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