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Kim cruises to first win, final Open invite at Deere

By Will GrayJuly 15, 2018, 5:38 pm

Following the best week of his professional career, Michael Kim is both a winner on the PGA Tour and the 156th and final player to earn a tee time next week at The Open.

Kim entered the final round of the John Deere Classic with a five-shot lead, and the former Cal standout removed any lingering doubt about the tournament's outcome with birdies on each of his first three holes. He cruised from there, shooting a bogey-free 66 to finish the week at 27 under and win by eight shots over Francesco Molinari, Joel Dahmen, Sam Ryder and Bronson Burgoon.

It equals the tournament scoring record and ties for the largest margin of victory on Tour this season, matching Dustin Johnson's eight-shot romp at Kapalua in January and Molinari's margin two weeks ago at the Quicken Loans National.

"Just super thankful," Kim said. "It's been a tough first half of the year. But to be able to finish it out in style like this means a lot."

Kim, 25, received the Haskins Award as the nation's top collegiate player back in 2013, but his ascent to the professional ranks has been slow. He had only one top-10 finish in 83 starts on Tour entering the week, tying for third at the Safeway Open in October 2016, and had missed the cut each of the last three weeks.

But the pieces all came together at TPC Deere Run, where Kim opened with 63 and held a three-shot lead after 36 holes. His advantage was trimmed to a single shot during a rain-delayed third round, but Kim returned to the course late Saturday and closed with four straight birdies on Nos. 15-18 to build a five-shot cushion and inch closer to his maiden victory.

As the top finisher among the top five not otherwise exempt, Kim earned the final spot at Carnoustie as part of the Open Qualifying Series. It will be his first major championship appearance since earning low amateur honors with a T-17 finish at the 2013 U.S. Open at Merion, and he is also now exempt for the PGA Championship and next year's Masters.

The last player to earn the final Open spot at the Deere and make the cut the following week was Brian Harman, who captured his first career win at TPC Deere Run in 2014 and went on to tie for 26th at Royal Liverpool.

Article Tags: Michael Kim, 2018 John Deere Classic, 2018 Open Championship, The Open
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Na takes Greenbrier for first win since 2011

By Will GrayJuly 8, 2018, 5:48 pm

After nearly seven years of waiting, Kevin Na is finally back in the winner's circle on the PGA Tour. Here's how things ended up at The Greenbrier, where Na came from behind with a closing 64 to win by five shots:

Leaderboard: Kevin Na (-19), Kelly Kraft (-14), Brandt Snedeker (-13), Jason Kokrak (-13)

What it means: Na started the day one shot off the lead in search of his first win since the 2011 Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. When co-leaders Kraft and Harold Varner III faltered, Na took command with a series of early birdies that gave him an advantage heading into the back nine. He cruised from there, and after six runner-up finishes since his maiden victory he finally has his hands on trophy No. 2.

Round of the day: Na surged to the top of the leaderboard thanks to a run of six birdies in a seven-hole stretch from Nos. 4-9. Included among that barrage were makes from 32 feet on No. 6, 43 feet on No. 8 and 24 feet on No. 10, as the veteran played the rest of his round in even par but still signed for a 6-under 64 that left the field in his dust.

Best of the rest: Snedeker struggled with injury for much of last year, but he's now heading to Carnoustie after a closing 64 gave him a share of third place. Snedeker carded eight birdies, including four over his final seven holes to earn his first top-5 finish in nearly 18 months and headline the group of four Open qualifiers from this week's Tour event.

Biggest disappointment: Defending champ Xander Schauffele appeared to have a great chance to go back-to-back, but playing alongside Na he never got anything going. Schauffele made five straight bogeys on Nos. 2-6 while Na poured in putt after putt, and he eventually tied for 21st after a 75. Sam Saunders may need a mention here as well, given he bogeyed Nos. 16 and 17 to barely miss out on his first career Open appearance.

Shot of the day: With Kraft picking up pace behind him and the pressure ratcheting up a notch, Na rolled in a 5-footer for par on No. 13 that maintained what at that time was a three-shot lead. No one got any closer the rest of the way.

Quote of the day: "When I won the first time, it took eight years to win and I told everyone it wouldn't take eight years to get the next one. It didn't take eight years, it took seven." - Na

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