Brendon Todd is keeping his name on the leaderboard at The Barclays and in the conversation as a Ryder Cup pick.
Todd, who won his first PGA Tour event earlier this year at the Byron Nelson Championship, made birdie on his last hole Friday for a 2-under 69 to share the early 36-hole lead with Jim Furyk and Kevin Chappell.
Furyk had a 69 and Chappell played bogey-free for a 67...
Via AP on Fox
August 22, 2014
There’s another first-time winner on the PGA Tour, the revered Miguel Angel Jimenez sets a record on the European Tour, Kenny Perry grabs another senior major, and Lizette Salas secures her first victory on the LPGA Tour. It was a busy weekend in golf; here’s a look back:Bogey-free Brendon Todd takes first PGA Tour titlePlaying with the lead and on the cusp his first victory...
Irving, Tex. — Brendon Todd made only one birdie on the back nine — a 24-foot bomb on 10 — but it was enough to win the HP Byron Nelson Classic on Sunday afternoon.
The Pittsburgh native posted a four-under 66 in round four, finishing at -14 on the weekend and claiming his first PGA Tour victory at the age of 28.
“My golf swing has been a work in progress. The last year and...