Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy won the Tour Championship for a second time to secure the FedEx Cup title.
First place is $15 million - fifteen million dollars! - which is just outrageous. He made two double bogeys - one from the water at the par-four eighth and another from deep rough beside the par-three 11 hole - but also pumped in six birdies, finishing with a nice four at the par-five 18 from close range.
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Apparently, and this is hard to believe, the golfer has failed to do what so many weekend warriors have done through the years: find the bottom of the cup from the tee even when it doesn't matter.
England's Paul Casey is four off the lead on 11 under alongside Justin Thomas, whose challenge faltered with a one-over-par 71 on Sunday.
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McIlroy started on five under par and had reached 14 under by the end of the third round, which had been suspended on Saturday afternoon due to bad weather around 30 minutes before lightning strikes resulted in five spectators being taken to hospital. Earlier this season he won the Tour's flagship event, the Players Championship, and the RBC Canadian Open.
McIlroy registered 28 drives of 320 yards or longer during the tournament. One of his biggest putts came on the par-4 16, where he dropped an 8-footer to save par.
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Est-ce que c'est une question de physique ou de schéma? C'est toujours difficile donc ça peut arriver. On savait qu'une fois que l'on allait marquer, on aurait plus d'espaces pour marquer d'autres buts.
Conner's opening round included a 24-foot put for birdie on his first hole.