Unlike Zach Johnson and Nick Watney, Webb Simpson won the U.S. Open in 2012, was able to hold his favorite role. The American has not made any detail, winning the tournament with six strokes ahead of his first pursuers, Jason Bohn and his fellow Japanese Ryo Ishikawa.
Except the moment of madness JJ Henry on the first day, the author of an incredible 60 (-11), and the no less impressive -10 (61) recorded by the Argentine Andres Romero in the same round, Webb Simpson did not have an opponent to its height Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. The American, having taken control of the tournament mid-term, has managed to master the ardor of his pursuers. Four stroke lead after 36 holes. Ditto after 54. And finally six shots after 72 holes. All looping every turn in the 67 (-5). At least. Of fine workmanship.
“On Saturday, I was yet to one after three holes, reports the winner of the 2013 cash for the season.2014. Here for the last lap, I quickly put away with two birdies on the first three holes. After that I just had to wait for the guy behind me trying to catch me.”
4 wins In Three Seasons:
A winning strategy and statistics rather foolish since Webb Simpson leaves the TPC Summerlin with twenty-eight enquillés birdies against just four bogeys but also equaled the course record (260, -24) held since last year in the last winner Date, Ryan Moore.
“Despite the rather low scores it was not always easy, he tempers. Flags were difficult to play, the greens were very firm. I knew that playing -7 or -8 today would be a very good performance. To summarize this last day, I would say that I was always in control. There are only 17 on the green that I had a doubt and I asked my caddy where we were.”
At 28 years, two months and twelve days, the native of Raleigh, North Carolina, landed on the circuit in 2009, winning the U.S. Open in June 2012 on the terrible journey of Olympic Club in San Francisco, then won his fourth tournament on the PGA Tour since 2011. He pockets the same time a whopping 1080 dollars 000 and offers the second in the FedEx Cup behind Jimmy Walker, winner of the Frys.com Open last week in California.
Fifteen Days In Asia:
Also note the very strong second place (tied with Jason Bohn) in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open Japanese Ryo Ishikawa, idol of a whole people crazy steep course, from the Web.com Tour, the U.S. second division, and throwing his perfect season at the highest level.
Do not forget the excellent 64 (-7) Charley Hoffman allows him to grant only the fourth place in the tournament. Finally, note the seven consecutive birdies (between holes 9 and 15) Troy Matteson comes to die a sudden arrival of the course record held since 2003 by Jerry Kelly.
After California and Nevada, the PGA Tour 2013-2014 Version begins a journey of two weeks in Asia, first in Malaysia for the CIMB Classic, an event now become official, then in China for the WGC-HSBC Champions and 8 , 5 million gain. An event that also play the French Raphael Jacquelin, Gregory Bourdy and Julien Quesne.
Final (Par 71):
1. Webb Simpson (USA) 260 (-24)
2. Ryo Ishikawa (Jpn) 266 (-18)
3. Jason Bohn (USA) 266 (-18)
4. Charley Hoffman (USA) 267 (-17)
5. Luke Guthrie (USA) 266 (-16)
6. Troy Matteson (USA) 266 (-16)
7. Charles Howell III (USA) 266 (-16)
8. Chesson Hadley (USA) 266 (-16)