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Updated: Fri, Feb 09th 2018 8:00:11 am
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McCarthy closed with a two-under 69 on Sunday to finish in a tie for ninth place at the Valspar Championship.
McCarthy would have been able to make a bigger challenge for the win had he not shot a three-over 74 in round two. He didn't hit the ball super well, but it was effective when you combine that with his putting where he gained over 5.8 shots on the field. This is McCarthy's second top-10 of the season. He is not in the field for the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.
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Johnson failed to make a birdie in a final round three-over 74 that saw him fall into a tie for sixth place at the Valspar Championship.
Johnson was making his first appearance at Innisbrook since 2010. He showed his game can play well anywhere, as he got into the final group on Sunday after three rounds in the 60's. Johnson put together a frankly shocking performance in the final round that saw him hit just five FIR's and eight GIR's. He will shake off this disappointing finish by next week at the WGC-Dell Technologies Championship. He didn't play well in Austin last year, but was victorious back in 2017.
Added 10:02 pm (EST)
Armour finished in a tie for sixth place after shooting a two-under 69 in the final round of the Valspar Championship.
Armour was four-under after 14 holes on Sunday, but bogeyed two of his final four to fall outside the top-five. Despite a shaky putter, Armour played really well in all areas. He ranked eighth in SG: Approach, second in SG: Tee-to-green, and first in scrambling percentage. Armour had missed six of his previous seven cuts so this was a much needed result. He is not in the field for the WGC-Dell Technologies Championship.
Added 9:56 pm (EST)
Rahm fired a three-under 68 in the final round of the Valspar Championship to surge into a tie for sixth place.
Rahm was off to a fast start on Sunday with birdies on the first two holes. He would add three birdies and two bogeys the rest of the way to pick up his sixth top-10 finish in 2019 worldwide. Rahm led the field this week in SG: Off-the-tee, but only found 52 percent of the GIR's. His game is in good form heading into the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play next week. Rahm failed to make it out of group play last year, but he was runner-up to Dustin Johnson back in 2017.
Added 9:50 pm (EST)
Im carded a one-under 70 in the final round of the Valspar Championship to finish in a tie for fourth place.
The rookie continues to impress, as he now has his third top-five finish of the season, and second in the last three weeks. He is striking the ball beautifully, as this week he ranked third in SG: Tee-to-green and T1 in GIR's. Im's putter can run hot and cold at times, but he has a very solid overall game. He is on the alternate list for the WGC-Dell Technologies Championship.
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Watson shot a three-under 68 in the final round of the Valspar Championship to grab a share of fourth place.
Watson was able to shoot par-or-better around a tough course in Innisbrook in every round. His finish on Sunday was impressive, as he birdied two of the final three holes. Watson ranked top-10 this week in SG: Off-the-tee, SG: Around, SG: Tee-to-green, and scrambling. He has made his last six cuts, with four top-20's and two top-five's in that span. Watson will be defending his title at the WGC-Dell Technologies Championship next week.
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Kokrak ended up falling one shot short of Paul Casey after he bogeyed the 72nd hole at the Valspar Championship.
After battling a tough golf course all day, Kokrak found himself tied on 18. He left his approach short of the green, but in a relatively easy place to save par. Unfortunately, Kokrak mishit his chip and missed an eight-footer for par. A Casey par at the last would eliminate the 33-year-old. Despite the disappointment of being unable to close out his first PGA Tour victory, Kokrak has to be encouraged by his play this week. He has struck the ball pretty well all season, but was finally able to get his putter going at Innisbrook. Kokrak now has top-10's in three of his last four starts. He is not in the field for the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.
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Oosthuizen closed with a two-under 69 at the Valspar Championship, but it was ultimately one shot shy of Paul Casey.
Oosthuizen was not a threat until he threw up a five-under 66 on Saturday, that could have been even better had he not bogeyed two of his last three holes. The South African proved he was going to be a factor all day when he came out in the final round and eagled the par-5 1st. Oosthuizen would only play the last seven holes in one-over, however, and a par by Casey at the last meant a share for second place with Jason Kokrak. One area Oosthuizen has to wish he had done better was iron play, as he ranked outside the top-60 in both SG: Approach and GIR's. Oosthuizen has been inconsistent the last couple months so hopefully this gets him back on track. He will play in Austin next week at the WGC-Dell Technologies Championship where he has a 2nd and T9 in two of the last three years.
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