Ryder Cup Dreams For Meronk

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Tour Roundup

PGA Tour

Wyndham Clark claimed his first PGA Tour title with a 4-shot victory at the Wells Fargo Championship, leaving Xander Schauffele in the dust.

Starting a little shaky, Clark bounced back with 5 birdies in 8 holes, eventually closing at 19 under.

The duo made the final round a 1v1 showdown, but Schauffele’s 17th-hole three-putt bogey left him in second place.

Meanwhile, Tyrrell Hatton and Harris English tied for third, and Rory McIlroy ended tied-47th.

How good was this stinger from Xander:

Up next: AT&T Byron Nelson in Texas, featuring Scottie Scheffler, Jordan Spieth, and Hideki Matsuyama.

Spieth actually made his tour debut here 13 years ago:

DP World Tour

Adrian Meronk crushed it at the Italian Open, snatching a one-shot victory and inching closer to a Ryder Cup debut.

The 29-year-old Polish golf star made six birdies on his way to a final-round 69 at the Marco Simone Golf Club, ending on a lucky 13 under par.

Romain Langasque and Julien Guerrier also had their moments, but Meronk stole the show.

With three DP World Tour wins under his belt, this guys on fire.

Next up on the DP World Tour is the Soudal Open in Antwerp, Belgium, which looks like an amazing setting for golf:

The World Of Golf

What’s In The Bag

Here’s a look at what last week’s Wells Fargo Championship winner had in his bag en route to his first win.

Ed’s Golf

  • Current Handicap: 0.8
  • Best Score in 2023: 68 (LVL)

Last weekend was a struggle. Like one of those days when you turn up and it feels like you’ve never played golf before.

Perhaps no scores over 75 was a lofty goal for 2023… but unfortunately, after a 76 on Saturday, that’s out the window.

Here’s the numbers for that round:

  • Score: 76 (+7)
  • 3 Birdies, 6 Pars. 8 Bogeys, 1 Double
  • Fairways Hit: 7/13
  • Greens Hit: 10/18
  • Putts: 32
  • Up and Downs: 1/7
  • Sand Saves: 0/1

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Ed Welton

Founder, Editor

Ed is the founder and editor at EEE Golf. He’s been playing golf for over 20 years, competing in many top amateur events. He’s played courses all over the world and played with some of the best players in the game. His aim is to help educate people about the game of golf and give insights into the sport he loves most.

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