Justin Thomas shot a final round eight under par 64 to overtake third round leader Anirban Lahiri and successfully defend his CIMB Classic Title. Thomas finished at 23-under, just three shots shy of his record at TPC Kuala Lampur. Hideki Matsuyama finished three shots back for second, followed by Derek Fathauer and Lahiri at 19-under, tied for fourth.
HAINAN, China — Jessica Korda caught Minjee Lee on Saturday in the Blue Bay LPGA. Ariya Jutanugarn made up even more ground to move into contention for her sixth victory of the season. Korda shot a 6-under 66 at Jian Lake to make up seven strokes on Lee for a share of the lead, and Jutanugarn had a 65 to cut her deficit from eight to two shots and get in the final group Sunday. In hot and mostly calm conditions four days after Typhoon Sarika hit the South China Sea beach resort, Korda had five birdies in a six-hole stretch and got up-and-down for another on the par-5 18th. “I missed a lot of birdie opportunities at the beginning and I was just saying in my head, ‘Stay patient.’ and, ‘Stay positive,’”
Not everyone is cut out to be a tournament-tier player for games like Call of Duty. The twitch-reflexes required to be a master is not an easy thing to learn, and pro-golfer Tiger Woods learned that first hand when he tried dedicating time to playing the game. In an interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Woods explained that he tried his hand at getting really good at Call of Duty in an attempt to go pro, but he met some unlikely resistance in the form of kids, saying... I would spend eight hours a day; I'd get a 30-minute lunch break. I'd be in my reclining chair, playing; I thought I was good, I got through the campaign, no big deal. Then I went online. When seven-year-olds are beating
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