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Watch: PGA Tour Highlights from Round 3 of the Barracuda Championship

The Barracuda Championship, part of the PGA Tour, is being held at the Tahoe Mountain Club (Old Greenwood) in Truckee, California, United States. This year’s tournament boasts a prize fund of $4,000,000. Currently, the tournament is in its fourth and final round, with an intense focus on determining the champion.

After completing the third round, the top five positions on the leaderboard are held by the following players:

  • Mac Meissner (USA) is in 1st place with a total score of 39 under par.
  • Vincent Whaley (USA) is in 2nd place with a total score of 38 under par.
  • Rico Hoey (USA) holds the 3rd position with a total score of 36 under par.
  • Patrick Fishburn (USA) and Max Greyserman (USA) are tied for 4th place, each with a total score of 34 under par.

Regarding the best daily scores in the third round: Vincent Whaley (USA), Marcus Armitage (ENG), and Casey Jarvis (RSA) each posted a daily score of 16 under par.

For fans and followers of the PGA Tour Highlights and Barracuda Championship Highlights, a video compilation of the round’s highlights is available, showcasing the remarkable performances and key moments from the third round of the tournament.

As the tournament heads into its decisive final round, the competition remains fierce, with players aiming for the top spot and a share of the significant prize money on offer.

Barracuda Championship: The PGA Tour round 3 highlights

About the PGA Tour

The PGA Tour is the largest American professional golf tour. There are 36 tournaments on the tour’s schedule this season. The tournaments mainly take place in the USA, but there are also some international venues over the course of the season. The signature events introduced in 2023 offer higher prize money and a smaller field of participants. There will be a total of eight of these events in the 2024 season. The four Majors and the Players Championship are also part of the PGA Tour. At the end of the tours season, the 70 best players in the FedEx Cup season rankings will play in a three-tournament play-off for overall tour victory and an extra 18 million dollars in prize money.

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Watch: PGA Tour Highlights from Round 2 of the Barracuda Championship

The Barracuda Championship on the PGA Tour is currently taking place at the Tahoe Mountain Club’s Old Greenwood course in Truckee, California, United States. This tournament features a total prize money amounting to $4,000,000.

Round two of the Barracuda Championship has concluded, and the current standings on the leaderboard reflect the following players occupying the top five positions:

1. Mac Meissner (USA) leads with a total score of 26.
2. J.J. Spaun (USA) holds the second position with a total score of 25.
3. Tied at third place are Taylor Pendrith (CAN) and Sean O’Hair (USA) each with a total score of 24.
5. In fifth place, there is a tie between Max Greyserman (USA) and Seonghyeon Kim (KOR), both with a total score of 23.

Highlighting the day, the best rounds were played by the following three golfers:
1. Mac Meissner (USA) achieved a daily score of 16.
2. Sean O’Hair (USA) also posted a daily score of 16.
3. Rico Hoey (USA) had an impressive round with a daily score of 18.

For all those looking for the PGA Tour highlights and Barracuda Championship highlights, a video has been curated showcasing the key moments and exceptional performances of this round on the golf course.

Barracuda Championship: The PGA Tour round 2 highlights

About the PGA Tour

The PGA Tour is the largest American professional golf tour. There are 36 tournaments on the tour’s schedule this season. The tournaments mainly take place in the USA, but there are also some international venues over the course of the season. The signature events introduced in 2023 offer higher prize money and a smaller field of participants. There will be a total of eight of these events in the 2024 season. The four Majors and the Players Championship are also part of the PGA Tour. At the end of the tours season, the 70 best players in the FedEx Cup season rankings will play in a three-tournament play-off for overall tour victory and an extra 18 million dollars in prize money.

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PGA Tour Live Blog: Harry Hall Claims First Title in 5-Way-Playoff

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Watch: PGA Tour Highlights from Round 3 of the ISCO Championship

The ISCO Championship, part of the PGA Tour, is currently being held at the Keene Trace Golf Club (Champions Course) in Nicholasville, Kentucky, USA. The tournament features a total prize money of $4,000,000. The focus today is on the highlights of Round 4, showcasing the performance of the leading players and notable rounds.

As of the end of Round 4, Pierceson Coody from the USA holds the top position on the leaderboard with a total score of -20. Tied for second place are Harry Hall from England and Rico Hoey from the USA, both with a total score of -19. Sam Bairstow from England, Neal Shipley from the USA, and Johannes Veerman, also from the USA, are tied for the fourth position with total scores of -18 each.

Today’s best rounds were recorded by Sam Bairstow, who had a daily score of -10, Harry Hall with a daily score of -8, and Kevin Chappell from the USA, who achieved a daily score of -7. These scores have significantly impacted their standings on the leaderboard.

For those interested in viewing the action, a highlights video of Round 4 is available, showcasing key moments and performances from the players.

In summary, the ISCO Championship has concluded with Pierceson Coody leading the field. The tournament, part of the PGA Tour, took place at the Keene Trace Golf Club in Nicholasville, Kentucky, featuring notable performances in the final round. The highlights video offers a comprehensive view of the standout moments from today.

ISCO Championship: The PGA Tour round 3 highlights

About the PGA Tour

The PGA Tour is the largest American professional golf tour. There are 36 tournaments on the tour’s schedule this season. The tournaments mainly take place in the USA, but there are also some international venues over the course of the season. The signature events introduced in 2023 offer higher prize money and a smaller field of participants. There will be a total of eight of these events in the 2024 season. The four Majors and the Players Championship are also part of the PGA Tour. At the end of the tours season, the 70 best players in the FedEx Cup season rankings will play in a three-tournament play-off for overall tour victory and an extra 18 million dollars in prize money.

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PGA Tour Tee Times: Tyson Alexander and Fellow American Players at ISCO Championship

The ISCO Championship will be held at Keene Trace Golf Club (Champions Course) in Nicholasville, Kentucky. Part of the PGA Tour, the tournament features a par 72 course and a total prize fund of $4,000,000. The defending champion is Vincent Norrman. Broadcasting will be available on Sky with coverage starting on Thursday and Friday at 22:30, and on Saturday and Sunday at 22:00.

PGA Tour Tee Times

Tyson Alexander opens his ISCO Championship with a round starting at 6:45 on Thursday alongside fellow American Greyson Sigg and Spain’s Ivan Cantero Gutierrez. His second round will tee off at 12:10 on Friday.
Vincent Whaley will start his first round at 6:56 on Thursday with Austria’s Lukas Nemecz and England’s Ben Taylor. His second round is scheduled for 12:21 on Friday from Tee 10.
Adam Long will tee off at 6:56 on Thursday from Tee 10, playing with Kelly Kraft and Denmark’s Sebastian Friedrichsen. His second round is set for 12:21 on Friday.
Troy Merritt will start his campaign at 7:07 on Thursday with South Korea’s Seung-Yul Noh and England’s James Morrison. His second round will begin at 12:32 on Friday from Tee 10.
William McGirt is scheduled to start at 7:07 on Thursday from Tee 10, joined by Italy’s Renato Paratore and fellow American Will Gordon. His second round will tee off at 12:32 on Friday.

Round 1 Start Time Player 1 Name Player 1 Nationality Player 2 Name Player 2 Nationality Player 3 Name Player 3 Nationality Round 2 Start Time
06:45 Tyson Alexander USA Greyson Sigg USA Ivan Cantero Gutierrez ESP 12:10
06:56 Vincent Whaley USA Lukas Nemecz AUT Ben Taylor ENG 12:21
06:56 Adam Long USA Kelly Kraft USA Sebastian Friedrichsen DEN 12:21
07:07 Troy Merritt USA Seung-Yul Noh KOR James Morrison ENG 12:32
07:07 William McGirt USA Renato Paratore ITA Will Gordon USA 12:32
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PGA Tour Tee Times: Ben Taylor, James Morrison, Andy Sullivan and More

The PGA Tour Tee Times for the upcoming ISCO Championship in Nicholasville, Kentucky, USA, have been announced. This event, held at the Keene Trace Golf Club (Champions Course), will see top British, Welsh, and Scottish players competing. First-round play begins Thursday, while the second round follows on Friday. The tournament boasts a par of 72 and a total purse of $4,000,000. Vincent Norrman is the defending champion. You can catch the TV coverage on Sky: Thursday and Friday from 22:30, and Saturday and Sunday from 22:00.

PGA Tour Tee Times

Ben Taylor (ENG) will tee off in the first round at 06:56 together with Lukas Nemecz (AUT) and Vincent Whaley (USA). His second-round tee time is 12:21.
James Morrison (ENG) is set to start his first round at 07:07, with Troy Merritt (USA) and Seung-Yul Noh (KOR). His second-round tee time is 12:32.
Andy Sullivan (ENG) has his first-round tee time at 07:51. He will be playing with Matthew NeSmith (USA) and Marcus Kinhult (SWE). Andy’s second-round start is at 13:16.
David Skinns (ENG) will start at 08:13 in the first round alongside Nick Watney (USA) and Clément Sordet (FRA). His second tee time is at 13:38.
Paul Waring (ENG) begins his first round at 13:05, with Fabrizio Zanotti (PAR) and Michael Kim (USA). His second-round tee time is at 07:40.
Russell Knox (SCO) starts his first round at 13:16, playing with Josh Teater (USA) and Jacques Kruyswijk (RSA). His second-round tee time is at 07:51.

Round Time Player Nationality Player 2 Nationality 2 Player 3 Nationality 3
1 06:56 Ben Taylor ENG Lukas Nemecz AUT Vincent Whaley USA
1 07:07 James Morrison ENG Troy Merritt USA Seung-Yul Noh KOR
1 07:51 Andy Sullivan ENG Matthew NeSmith USA Marcus Kinhult SWE
1 08:13 David Skinns ENG Nick Watney USA Clément Sordet FRA
1 13:05 Paul Waring ENG Fabrizio Zanotti PAR Michael Kim USA
1 13:16 Russell Knox SCO Josh Teater USA Jacques Kruyswijk RSA
2 12:21 Ben Taylor ENG Lukas Nemecz AUT Vincent Whaley USA
2 12:32 James Morrison ENG Troy Merritt USA Seung-Yul Noh KOR
2 13:16 Andy Sullivan ENG Matthew NeSmith USA Marcus Kinhult SWE
2 13:38 David Skinns ENG Nick Watney USA Clément Sordet FRA
2 07:40 Paul Waring ENG Fabrizio Zanotti PAR Michael Kim USA
2 07:51 Russell Knox SCO Josh Teater USA Jacques Kruyswijk RSA
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Watch: PGA Tour Highlights from Round 4 of the John Deere Classic

The John Deere Classic, part of the PGA Tour, is currently being contested in its fourth and final round at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois. The tournament features a prize pool of 8 million US dollars.

Leading the pack is Davis Thompson from the USA, holding the first position with a total score of -28. Three players are tied for second place, each with a total score of -24: Michael Thorbjornsen and Luke Clanton, both from the USA, and Cheng Tsung Pan from Taiwan. Ben Griffin and Carson Young, also from the USA, share the fifth spot with a total score of -23.

On this day, the best rounds were played by Ben Griffin, who recorded a daily score of -9, Michael Thorbjornsen, and Luke Clanton, each with a daily score of -8. These stellar performances have significantly impacted the leaderboard heading into the final holes of the tournament.

For those interested in the key moments, a video compilation of the John Deere Classic highlights from this day is available, capturing the pivotal shots and crucial plays that defined the round. This coverage presents a detailed look at the PGA Tour highlights, focusing on the exciting developments and performances that have taken center stage.

As the final holes approach, the leaderboard remains dynamic, with several players showcasing exceptional skill under competitive pressure. The John Deere Classic continues to be a focal point in the PGA Tour calendar, drawing attention from golf enthusiasts and sports media alike.

John Deere Classic: The PGA Tour round 4 highlights

About the PGA Tour

The PGA Tour is the largest American professional golf tour. There are 36 tournaments on the tour’s schedule this season. The tournaments mainly take place in the USA, but there are also some international venues over the course of the season. The signature events introduced in 2023 offer higher prize money and a smaller field of participants. There will be a total of eight of these events in the 2024 season. The four Majors and the Players Championship are also part of the PGA Tour. At the end of the tours season, the 70 best players in the FedEx Cup season rankings will play in a three-tournament play-off for overall tour victory and an extra 18 million dollars in prize money.

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PGA Tour Live Blog: Davis Thompson Celebrates Maiden Victory

John Deere Classic 2024 Live Scores

The John Deere Classic in the season 2024 is being played in Silvis, Illinois, USA at the TPC Deere Run. The tournament starts at the Thursday, 4th of July and ends at the Sunday, 7th of July 2024.
The John Deere Classic is part of the PGA Tour in the season 2024. In 2024 all players competing for a total prize money of 8 Mio. US-Dollar.
The course for the tournament at TPC Deere Run plays at Par 71.

The PGA Tour makes a guest appearance at the TPC Deere Run for the John Deere Classic.

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Through the Golf Post Live Blog you can follow all results on the PGA Tour live. Alongside the DP World Tour (formerly the European Tour), the PGA Tour is the world’s largest tournament series in men’s professional golf. The tour attracts prize money that is just as high as the level of the international elite that comes together at quite a few of the tournaments. The annual highlights of the season are the four major tournaments (co-sanctioned by the DP World Tour), the Players Championship and the final FedExCup playoffs, which conclude the season every year. Signature events were created for this purpose. These include the three FedExCup playoff tournaments, The Sentry, the invitational tournaments (Genesis Invitational, Arnold Palmer Invitational and Memorial Tournament) and four other tournaments, which can change annually.

The PGA Tour has gained its importance primarily through its ability to retain top players through the attractiveness of the tournaments and the size of the prize money, which has risen steadily in recent years. The FedExCup is the American equivalent of the European Race to Dubai, with players collecting points throughout the season until the FedExCup winner is crowned in three tournaments in August. The FedExCup playoffs consist of three tournaments: the FedEx St. Jude Championship, the BMW Championship and the final Tour Championship. The winner of the Tour Championship also becomes the winner of the FedEx Cup and secures the record jackpot of 25 million US dollars.

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PGA Tour: Rookie Leads With Round of 59

Shots are being fired low at the PGA Tour’s John Deere Classic. Defending champion Sepp Straka started with a round of 66 and is still only in 27th place, while the leader Hayden Springer celebrated the fourth of July with his very own fireworks: a round of 59 and still only matching the course record.

PGA Tour: With an eagle-birdie finish to 59

Springer has only been on the PGA Tour since this year and can already count himself among an elite circle of players who have finished a round with fewer than 60 strokes. There have been a total of 14 rounds under 60, 13 including Springer with a 59 and Jim Furyk with a 58. Springer started with an eagle on hole 2 and followed it up with six birdies on the front nine alone. The birdie fireworks then dried up a little on the back nine. It wasn’t until the 15th that he gained a stroke to get to nine under par, by which time the prospect of a 59 was already close. But he kept his chances alive with an eagle hole-out on the 17th and completed the rare result with a birdie on the 18th.

“It’s like something you dream of, right?”, Springer said after his round. “We all want to go out and shoot 59. You don’t ever really — I don’t know how many chances I’ll ever get at doing that again. To pull it off and hole that shot on 17 and give myself a putt at it and make the putt on 18 was pretty special.”

Paul Goydos already managed a round of 59 at the John Deere Classic in 2010, but the course was played as a par 70 on that occasion.

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PGA Tour Tee Times: Harry Hall and Russell Knox at John Deere Classic

The PGA Tour Tee Times for the upcoming John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois, USA have been announced. This tournament, taking place from Thursday to Sunday, offers an $8 million prize pool. The defending champion is Sepp Straka. The course par is set at 71. Television coverage will be available each day from 18:00 on Sky Sports.

PGA Tour Tee Times

Harry Hall from England will kick off his first round at 07:51, teeing off alongside Samuel Stevens and Will Gordon, both representing the USA. For his second round, Hall will return to the course at 13:11.

Russell Knox from Scotland will begin his challenge at 12:16. He will be accompanied by Lanto Griffin from the USA and fellow Englishman Callum Tarren. Knox’s early morning second round is set to start at 06:56.

Ben Taylor, another talented player from England, is set to start his tournament at 07:05, joined by Japan’s Ryo Hisatsune and Chandler Phillips from the USA. His second round tee time is scheduled for 13:45.

Callum Tarren, playing alongside Russell Knox and Lanto Griffin in his first round, will also start at 12:16. His second round will be bright and early at 06:56.

David Skinns from England will tee off at 09:06 in the company of Chan Kim and Joshua Creel, both from the USA. His second round will start at 15:46.

Aaron Rai, another prominent English player, will begin his first round at 08:22, playing with Harry Higgs and Tyson Alexander from the USA. Rai’s second round is set for 14:02.

Round Time Player Nationality Partner 1 Nationality Partner 2 Nationality
1 07:51 Harry Hall ENG Samuel Stevens USA Will Gordon USA
1 12:16 Russell Knox SCO Lanto Griffin USA Callum Tarren ENG
2 06:56 Russell Knox SCO Lanto Griffin USA Callum Tarren ENG
2 13:11 Harry Hall ENG Samuel Stevens USA Will Gordon USA
1 07:05 Ben Taylor ENG Ryo Hisatsune JPN Chandler Phillips USA
2 13:45 Ben Taylor ENG Ryo Hisatsune JPN Chandler Phillips USA
1 12:16 Callum Tarren ENG Russell Knox SCO Lanto Griffin USA
2 06:56 Callum Tarren ENG Russell Knox SCO Lanto Griffin USA
1 09:06 David Skinns ENG Chan Kim USA Joshua Creel USA
2 15:46 David Skinns ENG Chan Kim USA Joshua Creel USA
1 08:22 Aaron Rai ENG Harry Higgs USA Tyson Alexander USA
2 14:02 Aaron Rai ENG Harry Higgs USA Tyson Alexander USA