Patrick Cantlay wins his second PGA title at The Memorial

The American golfer finished the last day with 64 strokes to prevail over Adam Scott and Martin Kaymer. Rafa Cabrera Bello finished in position 41.


The American Patrick Cantlay achieved his second PGA Tour title on Sunday by winning the The tournament, which featured the fourth and last day with a closing round of 64 hits (8 under par) with eight birdies without failure.

Cantlay, a 27-year-old Californian and 15th in the world, won at the Muirfield Village Club in Dublin (Ohio, United States) with 269 total hits (-19) .

. He beat Adam Scott in two shots and the German in four. Martin Kaymer, who started the final day as leader and finished third in solitary.

The first and until now only title of Patrick Cantlay in the main circuit was achieved in November 2017 at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. This same year he finished third in the Championship PGA.

Patrick Cantlay became the number one amateur ranking for 55 weeks, an absolute record that snatched the Spanish Jon Rahm, with 60, in 2015.

Mantiene a record: is the author of the lowest round of an amateur on the PGA Tour: 60 hits in the Travelers Championship of 2011.

El grancanario Rafa Cabrera Bello, the only Spaniard present in Dubli, finished in 41st place with -1 in the total and four rounds of 72, 71 , 74 and 70 strokes.

The PGA Tour resumes on Thursday with the Canadian Open, which will be played at the Hamilton Golf & Country Club in Hamilton (Ontario) .



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