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Paul Alexander Casey won this third PGA Tour title – and his second in row at the Valspar Championship, contested near Tampa, Florida. The 41-year-old carried the 54-hold lead and did not stumble Sunday. “I feel like I have a new confidence,” Casey said. Knowing that there are horses for courses, a three-peat is not out of the question.
Three time zones to the West, Jin Young Ko captured her third LPGA title, The Bank of Hope Founders Cup in Phoenix, Arizona. Ko erased a four-shot deficit on Sunday with a 65 and then waited her closest pursuers to finish a stroke short.
In Malaysia, Scott Robert Hend won his third European Tour title, claiming the Maybank Championship in a playoff. He earned the extra holes by erasing a three-shot deficit to “Nacho” Elvira Mijares before defeating him in a playoff.
Do you think too many men’s professionals behave like 3-year-olds on the course? You’re not alone as you’ll see when you read Lewine Mair‘s article addressing their behavior from the perspective of women’s professionals.
The Divot starts with the three holes at Augusta National known as Amen Corner, then ventures out to touch on nicknames at other courses.
Finally, wrap things up our three photos of the week in Picture This.
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