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Jordan Spieth delivered golf's most exciting moment of the year

26 June 2017

Woods won 15 times before he turned 24.

LAST YEAR: Brooke Henderson of Canada captured her first LPGA Tour major at the age of 18, draining a 3-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole to defeat top-ranked Lydia Ko of New Zealand at Sahalee Country Club in Sammamish, Wash.

Former world number one Spieth stumbled with a poor back nine to card 70, while Berger shot 67 to force a playoff.

"I made a decision this week I would give (that putter) one more week and see how it performed", said McIlroy, who shot 70 to remain even-par for the tournament.

Garcia's hopes took a hit with his second bogey on the 16th hole, while Bland had his second bogey on the 17th.

"I came into the week with no status on any tour, but I knew my game was really good", Seiffert said.

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"I thought it was going to miss to the right", he said.

It was a good outing for both Padraig Harrington and Rory McIlroy who both posted tournament totals of six-under. "But I think it was great to have two weeks off, because when you have two weeks off you totally forget about how you played the last few tournaments".

Meanwhile Lydia Ko finished tied for 25th, 10 shots from the victor So-Yeon Ryu of South Korea, in the latest LPGA event in Arkansas.

The 26-year-old finished the 54-hole LPGA Tour event on 18-under-par for her second tournament victory of the season and 15th career title.

Ryu followed her course-record 10-under 61 with a 69 for a two-shot win over fellow South Korean player Amy Yang and Thailand's Moriya Jutanugarn.

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Lee Janzen, who birdied the par-4 14th and 15th and eagled 16, was tied at second with Scott Verplank after each shot 66.

"I played out of my boots", declared McLeary, a two-time victor on the second-tier circuit, having also triumphed in the KPMG Trophy in 2015 as he earned a step to the European Tour through the Road to Oman rankings.

"I played really well the beginning of this year, then I didn't really play well at the last championship, kind of lost confidence a little bit", Ryu said. "So it just makes - especially on the back nine, you get into those chutes and around those water hazards, and it just makes it a little tricky to pick your lines when you're not used to this wind".

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Lee will bank $NZ540,000 for his efforts after consistent rounds of 68, 67, 68 and 67.

He won by three shots from defending champion Matt Clark (Kilmacolm) in a field that included 1999 Walker Cup player Graham Rankin. He made two eagles Friday and finished with a 66 to reach 6 under. "I don't know if I'll ever have a moment like that again", an excited Spieth said in a greenside interview after clinching his 10th victory at the age of 23 years, 10 months and 29 days. His two playing partners, Patrick Reed and Troy Merritt, both shot themselves out of contention for the final round.

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Jordan Spieth delivered golf's most exciting moment of the year