PGA Tour player Bud Cauley is “thankful to be alive” after a car accident late Friday following the second round of the Memorial Tournament.
Cauley, 28, describes the the experience as the “scariest night of my life.”
Cauley posted the following message on his Instagram account:
Cauley has yet to win on the PGA Tour and is currently ranked 141st in the world.
Play Suspended at Pebble Beach National Pro-Am 2019
Play has been suspended due to darkness during the final round of the Pebble Beach Pro-Am on Sunday with Phil Mickelson in the lead.
Mickelson currently leads the tournament at 18 under and Paul Casey owns a share of second at 15 under, with each having two more holes remaining to play.
The PGA Tour announced play will resume at 11 a.m. ET.
Pebble Beach Pro-Am Leaderboard
1. Phil Mickelson (-18) thru 16
T2. Paul Casey (-15) thru 15
T2. Scott Stallings (-15)
T4. Jason Day (-13)
T4. Si Woo Kim (-13)
6. Scott Langley (-12)
T7. Kevin Streelman (-11)
T7. Brian Gay (-11)
T7. Lucas Glover (-11)
T10. Max Homa (-10)
T10. Michael Thompson (-10)
T10. Chris Stroud (-10)
T10. Scott Piercy (-10)
U.S. Ryder Cup Team Adds Tony Finau
Tony Finau was the final pick by United States captain Jim Furyk to join the Ryder Cup team.
“There won’t be any locker room noise with me,” Finau said, according to the Associated Press (h/t ESPN). “I can play with anyone. I feel that my personality is just that way. I can bring the best out of different guys playing with them, and them the same to me. I’m pretty easy to play with. And I’m playing some good golf, some world-class golf.”
“He has an unbelievable body of work this year,” Furyk said. “All those top-10 finishes, the play in big championships and the majors, and then his current form, a second, a fourth and an eighth in the playoffs. He checked a lot of boxes and made it impossible not to pick him.”
“I never thought I was on that team until I got that call,” Finau said. “I made sure I played that way; I played like I always had something to prove. And I let the guys on the team know that I’d be a great pick and I’d be ready to go. It’s definitely cool to accomplish something like this and to be able to play as well as I have under the circumstances, it’s something I’m extremely proud of.”
Tiger Woods’ Rally at BMW Championship Falls Short
Tiger Woods may not be walking away with his first golf tournament win in five years, but he put on a show in a spirited rally during the final round to build momentum ahead of the season-ending Tour Championship.
Woods carded a five-under 65 in the final round of the 2018 BMW Championship at Aronimink Golf Club, going into the clubhouse at 17 under for the tournament in a tie for fifth place, in a remarkable showing that flashed a return to form for the former Number 1 player.
“I’m going to have to shoot one of those 61s or 62s just to have a chance,” Woods said, according to ESPN. “The golf course is soft. Everyone is making birdies. You can be aggressive. I got to take a run at it.”
Now Woods turns his focus to the Tour Championship, which he qualified for, that starts on September 19th at East Lake Golf Club.
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