McIlroy won in Las Vegas. Janzen wins second senior title | WGN Radio 720

Las Vegas (AP) Rory McIlroy concludes his big weekend in Las Vegas on Sunday, overtaking Rickie Fowler and overtaking Collin Morikawa to win his 20th PGA Tour title at the Summit’s CJ Cup.

McIlroy took control with a 35-foot eagle putt from the green on the 14th of par 5, playing 6 under 66 and 1 win without mistakes.

McIlroy is the 39th player to win at least 20 PGA Tour titles and his fifth consecutive PGA Tour season with at least one win.

Fowler, who started the final round by two strokes without winning for nearly three years, faded out with three putts and tied for third place with 71 strokes. The threat came from Morikawa, a member of the Summit Club. Morikawa shot 29 at the front to join the mix and closed with 62 eagle.

As a result, McIlroy was forced to play without mistakes after a big eagle putt on the 14th and never approached the bogey when finishing 25 under 263.

He shot nine shots from the lead over the weekend, made enough ground at 62 on Saturday and pulled away using the scoring hole.

Keith Mitchell had a five-shot lead to 73 in the third round, but finished 67 and drew with Fowler in third place.

PGA Tour Champions

Cary, NC (AP) – Lee Janzen won the PGA Tour Champions SAS Championship with a 20-foot birdie putt on the first hole of the playoffs with Miguel Angel Jimenez.

57-year-old Janzen also holed Pat from the fringe with a 5-under 67 at the finale of the regular season and birdie par 4 in 18th place. The two-time US Open Champion won the 2015 ACE Group Classic with his only other senior title.

Jimenez finished at the Prestonwood Country Club with a 12-under 204 at 69, a match with Janssen. The 57-year-old Spanish player has won 10 senior victories. He approached the green in the playoffs and stepped off before Janssen rolled into the winner.

Jim Furyk (67) and Alex Cheska (70) were strokebacks.

Bernhard Langer (70), the point leader of the Charles Schwab Cup, was under 10 with Paul Broadhurst (68), Thongchai Jade (69) and Scott Parel (70).

The top 72 players on the money list went into the playoffs, and Monday qualifier Jaidee jumped from 82nd to 72nd. Davis Love III was tied for 20th place from 75th to 71st.

Europe tour

Sotogrande (AP), Spain-Matt Fitzpatrick beat the Andalusia Masters with three shots, finishing with a 2-under 69 at Valderrama.

The 27-year-old Englishman finished with a 6-under 278. After Peter Austinhaus, Lee Westwood and Nick Faldo, he is the fourth youngest Englishman to win seven European Tour wins.

Australia’s Min Woo Lee and Sweden’s Sebastian Sodaberg are tied for second place. They each shot 70.

Other tours

Shaun Norris finished 1 under 70 for a 4-stroke victory at the major Japan Open on the Japan Golf Tour. South Africa finished 19 under 265 in Biwako. … Julien Brun won the Emporda Challenge in one fell swoop with his second Challenge Tour victory of the season. He shot 2 under 69 and finished with 18 under 266. … Ayaka Furue beat Fujitsu Ladies of the Japan Women’s Professional Golf Association in a 3-hole playoff with Minami Katsu after the final round was canceled due to rain. Finished with 12 under at Tokyu 700 Club. … Lee Jung-min won the Korean LPGA Eastern Construction Collate Championship, four points ahead of Annalin in the modified Stableford scoring event.

McIlroy won in Las Vegas. Janzen wins second senior title | WGN Radio 720

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