Bryson DeChambeau wins Memorial Tournament at second play-off hole

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"I had some chances to shoot some good rounds this week", he said, per the Golf Channel's Tiger Tracker. I just didn't really play well.

The eagle brought Woods to five-under on the tournament, just five strokes off the lead, just as play was suspended due to weather concerns. Last week: Justin Rose won the Fort Worth Invitational at Colonial. I played beautifully, actually.

DeChambeau missed three-foot birdie putts on the ninth and 15th holes.

"I am definitely not taking advantage of how well I'm hitting it", said Woods, who hit 15 of 18 greens and made his only bogeys by twice three-putting.

So the place had given him some fits of late and yet he bounced back from being 4 over par through 7 holes on Thursday to entering the final round with an outside shot at winning.

DeChambeau wasn't even sure where he was when he finished because so many players worked their way up and down the leaderboard over the final two hours. Consequently I missed a bunch of putts.

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He told USA Today he's "glad to be out of this place" and said he would never talk to his parents again. Rotondo moved out a couple hours before the court-set deadline.

Jason Day carded a second four-under 68 in succession to tak a share of the clubhouse lead, but Stanley's strong start - he birdied five of his first seven holes - moved him to the summit. He made bogey for a 70 and still got into a playoff, but he was eliminated on the first extra hole when his approach from deep rough and the ball well above his feet squirted to the right, leading to a bogey. Kyle Stanley shot 70 and is 13-under, along with Patrick Cantlay, who's 13-under thanks to a 66 that included a hole-in-one and another eagle, and Joaquin Niemann, a 19-year-old rookie from Chile who's playing in only his fifth professional tournament.

There are significant concerns about getting Sunday's final round in with storms in the forecast.

"A little bit of momentum", Mickelson said, when asked what he took from his week at Muirfield Village. He played bogey-free for a 64 and wound up just six shots behind.

Woods, playing nearly flawlessly from tee to green, teased the entire tournament when he tied for the lead at 11-under with a birdie on No. 15.

DeChambeau failed to take advantage, however, three-putting from 55 feet to fall into the three-way playoff.

LPGA - Ariya Jutanugarn turned a three-shot deficit into a four-shot lead after shooting 5-under 67 at the US Women's Open at Shoal Creek in Birmingham, Ala. Justin Thomas, in his debut at No. 1, overcame a pair of early bogeys for a 69 and was at 3 under. That was enough for him to earn special temporary membership on the PGA Tour, meaning he can get unlimited sponsor exemptions.

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