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PGA Golf News (Yahoo! Sports) - 07/28/14
The race for a place in Paul McGinley's European team for The 2014 Ryder Cup is progressing apace with big-points events such as last week's Open Championship and the upcoming tournaments stateside set to play a huge part in who makes the cut for Gleneagles. With just six weeks and six European Tour events remaining of the qualification period, which ends at the close of the Italian Open in the last week of August, the time-frame in which to make a decisive move into the automatic spots is rapidly dwindling. Last Sunday, Rory McIlroy not only captured his third Major title in hoisting the Claret Jug at Hoylake, but the Northern Irishman also cemented his place in McGinley's side by reaching over three million points to move well clear at the top of the European Points List. It will be the 25 year old's third successive Ryder Cup, having debuted at Celtic Manor and made a second appearance in the stunning comeback two years later at Medinah Country Club, but whether his long-time playing partner Graeme McDowell can also secure one of the nine automatic spots is currently less clear-cut.
(Reuters) - European Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley has pulled out of next week's U.S. PGA Championship with a shoulder injury, the Irishman said on Monday. The 47-year-old McGinley has suffered from bursitis in his left shoulder, an affliction which forced him to miss the French Open at the start of July. "The scan showed that I really needed to rest my shoulder for a couple of months if I am to address the injury properly and so, because of that, I have regrettably had to withdraw from the U.S. PGA Championship," McGinley, who was set to compete after an invitation from the PGA of America, said.
Never has a guy who is ranked fourth on the money list with a cool $4.1 million by July's end invoked so much sympathy. Jim Furyk has made a lot of dough because he keeps playing deep into Sundays. But Furyk keeps playing deep into Sundays, and falling tragically short, time and time again.
Zack Sucher won the Midwest Classic on Sunday for his first Web.com Tour title, closing with a 1-over 72 in windy conditions for a three-stroke victory. Sucher, the 27-year-old former Alabama-Birmingham player, finished at 19-under 265 at the Nicklaus Golf Club at LionsGate and earned $108,000 to jump from 20th to fourth on the money list with $247,318. The top 25 after the final four regular-season events will earn 2014-15 PGA Tour cards. ''I played really well last week and didn't get it done the last two days,'' said Sucher, coming off a tie for fourth last week in the Boise Open after sharing the 36-hole lead.
Bernhard Langer ran away with the Senior British Open on Sunday for his fourth senior major title, finishing a Champions Tour-record 13 strokes ahead of Scotland's Colin Montgomerie. The 56-year-old German closed with a 4-under 67 at sunny and breezy Royal Porthcawl to finish at 18-under 266. ''But what I would like to say is that Bernhard Langer's performance here is one of the golfing performances of all time. ... Remarkable, remarkable play and all credit to him.'' Langer broke the Champions Tour record for margin of victory of 12 set by Hale Irwin in the 1997 Senior PGA, and almost doubled Bob Charles' tournament record of seven strokes set at Turnberry in 1989.