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Summerhays Finishes Tied for 12th at Honda, Henley Wins Four-Way Playoff for Title
Enabled by a birdie on the last hole Daniel Summerhays finished in a tie for 12th place at The Honda Classic Sunday at The PGA National golf course in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. His final round was two over par 72, his only round over par. He shot earlier rounds of 70-65-69 for a four under par finish 276.
At the top of the board the finish was chaos as Rory McIlroy collapsed and opened the door for a four-way playoff which was won by Russell Henley, his first PGA Tour win. He made the only birdie on the playoff hole, the par five 18th.
McIlroy started the day at 13 under par and finished the round at eight under par.
Still he almost won the tournament outright with a spectacular second shot on the par five 18th hole, but his 10 foot eagle putt slid past the hole and he was forced into the playoff.
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Saturday, March 1, 2014 Summerhays Back in Top Ten Heading Into Final Round at Honda Classic
Daniel Summerhays moved back into the top ten going into the final round of The Honda Classic with a third round score of one under par 69. He is in ninth place at six under par, six shots behind Rory McIlroy, the leader after each of the first three rounds.
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Summerhays is only two shots out of a top five finish. His rounds have been 70-65-69-204 on the par 70 course.
McIlroy has shot 63-66-69-198.
Friday, February 28, 2014 Summerhays Birdies Five Straight, Moves Into Top Ten at Honda Classic
Daniel Summerhays birdied five straight holes Friday and moved into the top ten at the midway point of the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
Summerhays said, “The greens were perfect this morning. The cups looked really big during that stretch of birdies. I’m really pleased with my round.”
Rory McIlroy remains in the lead at 11 under par on rounds of 63-66-129. Summerhays stands at five under par on rounds of 70-65-135. Par is 70.
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