Shriners Hospitals for Children Open: Bryson DeChambeau claims fifth PGA Tour victory

Bryson De Chambeau at the 2018 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

Bryson De Chambeau at the 2018 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

Cantlay, trying to defend his title after earning his first PGA Tour win here previous year, finished second at 20-under after a final-round 6-under 65. "I'm a high-spin player who needs the least amount of spin possible on the driver and even the longer irons".

"So now I'm like, "Wow, I'm really in some doo-doo, not in a good place, " DeChambeau said".

While he didn't have a memorable week with the putter - 45th in Strokes Gained: Putting - DeChambeau's Sik Pro C-Series produced the biggest shot of the tournament on the par-5 16th hole - a 58-foot eagle from just off the green that gave him a one-shot cushion.

DeChambeau had to survive a wild back nine at the TPC Summerlin in which four players had a share of the lead at some point. "Then I saw it about halfway down there and I was like, ooh, that might be a little fast". 7 and 8 as part of a 78 that left her tied for 15th.

To his credit, Cantlay knocked a pure approach to eight feet at the last and rolled in the putt for his eighth birdie of the round, but DeChambeau held his composure to sign off with a rock-solid par which capped his third 66 of the week, and his fourth win since lifting The Memorial title in June. "It was a tricky one and I hit a poor shot".

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Speaking afterwards, DeChambeau said: "I was just coming out here to try and kick the rust off, and was able to play some great golf". I didn't know where it would lead me. His tee shot into the 17th was a fraction away from catching a slope and feeding toward the hole. Instead, it tumbled into the bunker to set up what appeared to be a relatively simple shot.

"When I dug my left foot in, it didn't have a bunch of sand, and then obviously when I hit my shot there was more sand under the ball and didn't anticipate that", Cantlay said.

He wasn't the only player stung by the outcome.

Rose rallied from a three-shot deficit with a 3-under 68, and then defeated Li Haotong of China on the first playoff hole with a par in Antalya, Turkey, to win the Turkish Airlines Open for the second straight year. He had three birdies and a bogey in his last four holes.

Lucas Glover had a triple-bogey on the 72nd hole to finish tied for seventh at 15-under.

Peter Uihlein, overnight co-leader with DeChambeau, slumped to a share of 23rd after a closing 75, to finish just one shot better off than Australian Tour rookie Cameron Davis (67), who tied for 28th. Robert Streb and Abraham Ancer also finished at 17-under.

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