DeChambeau picks up maiden win

DeChambeau picks up maiden win

DeChambeau picks up maiden win

That proved to be the difference, as he finished a stroke behind Bryson DeChambeau.

And while both have had some professional success, neither had had a breakthrough victory, and on the back nine of the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run on Sunday, it came down to the two of them, and DeChambeau prevailed. He's trying to become the third player in five years to win the Quad Cities event for his first PGA Tour title.

Rodgers closed with 70.

Rodgers had to settle for second place on 17 under.

"I just kind of had everything go against me there", Rodgers said. Continuing to play the aggressive style that got him to the cusp of a championship ultimately backfired a bit, especially on the par-five 17th-a hole that was asking to be birdied. Lamb was 13 under for the final two rounds but was done in by pedestrian efforts in the first two rounds. After making the turn at even par after just one bogey and one birdie on the front nine, DeChambeau kicked it into high gear on the back.

The 50-year-old Stricker went 8-under par through 14 holes to jump all the way up from 34th place.

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OWINGS MILLS, Md. - For 70 holes, Bernhard Langer did everything necessary to win his fourth straight Constellation Senior Players Championship.

The uncharateristic slip up from the German saw him pipped for the title at Caves Valley Golf Club in Baltimore by American Scott McCarron.

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After being cut from the U.S. Open earlier this year, he will have the opportunity to tee off at the Open Championship for the first time in his career next weekend.

McCarron shot a bogey-free, 6-under 66 to make up a six-shot deficit and beat Langer and Brandt Jobe by a stroke.

World No 1 So Yeon Ryu tied for third, four shots behind the victor, with fellow Korean Mi Jung Hur.

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"If you hit shots well, you're going to get rewarded", DeChambeau said.

Rodgers, meanwhile, had found trouble off the tee on the 17th and failed to recover as he dropped a shot. Johnson picked up bogeys on a pair of par 4s on the back nine, and he missed a 4-foot birdie putt on 14.

Playing in the twosome ahead of Langer and Jobe, McCarron didn't need to see the leaderboard to realize what happened.

He had a chance to make up for it with a birdie on 18, which would have forced a playoff, but instead his drive sailed right and struck a fan in the foot, then his second shot sailed past the green.

He finished with a 73 that included only two birdies. This was the 32-year-old's sixth Deere, third top 25 and first top 10.

"This is going to hurt for a little while because it was within my grasp to win the championship", Langer said. "It feels like it's been a long time coming, even though I'm 23". Twenty under would have done it. "But it's easier said than done".

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