The American Patrick Cantlay snatched the victory at the BMW Championship on Sunday against his compatriot Bryson DeChambeau, after a fierce match won on the sixth hole of a playoff between the two players, on the Owings Mills course, near Baltimore, in Maryland.
With a magnificent putt of over five meters, Cantlay secures his fifth title in the PGA, the US Professional Golf Tour, and his third this year. His opponent missed a 2.5-meter putt. A disappointing defeat for DeChambeau, sixth player in the world, who had the opportunity to win at the end of the fourth round and at the third hole of this playoff. Again, he had been betrayed by his putter.
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Both players started the day tied before finishing all two to six strokes under par, each making a total card of 261 after four rounds, four strokes past South Korean Im Sung-jae, on the third step of the match. podium.
DeChambeau seemed to win after a birdie on the 16th hole, just before his opponent sent his ball into the water at the 17th hole. The two players fought hard all day, DeChambeau very aggressive with overpowered drives, Cantlay more methodical in his approach, and particularly precise on the greens.
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