SEAMUS Electrical power soared to the major of the FedEx Cup standings and jumped into the world’s best 30 when he tied for 3rd guiding wire-to-wire winner Russell Henley in the Earth Wide Technological know-how Championship at Mayakoba.
olo fourth, seven adrift of Henley overnight, Energy got to inside of four shots of the direct when he picked up two early birdies and the American made his 1st bogey of the week at the fifth.
But Henley slammed the door shut with a hat-trick of birdies from the sixth and closed with a 70 to gain his fourth profession earn by 4 photographs from Brian Harman on 23-under par, leaving Power 5 powering on 18-less than.
Denied on the greens, Energy could get just one much more birdie at the 13th as a 68 left him in a 5-way tie for 3rd with Joel Dahmen, Troy Merritt, Will Gordon and Scottie Scheffler, who shot 62 but necessary to finish solo second to wrest back the earth quantity a person position from Rory McIlroy.
Just a 7 days following profitable his second title in Bermuda, he had the consolation of a check out for $375,560 and a move into the world’s best 30 and the automatic Ryder Cup qualifying locations from the World Details Checklist.
Meanwhile, Hollywood teen Tom McKibbin credited his consistency as important right after he shut with a 6-below 66 to turn out to be the youngest Irish player given that McIlroy to clinch his DP Planet Tour card at the Rolex Challenge Tour Grand Ultimate.
The Newtownabbey indigenous (19) tied sixth on six-underneath-par at Club de Golfing Alcanada in Mallorca, just 3 photographs behind Nathan Kimsey, to assert the 10th of 20 playing cards for 2023.
“I come to feel out right here you have to have a whole lot of massive benefits to get via.,” McKibbin reported just after recording his eighth top rated-10 end from 23 commences this year to become the youngest Irish player to win his card considering that an 18-calendar year-old McIlroy did it in 2007. “If you are type of middle of the pack, it is not genuinely very good enough. You have to be up there practically just about every 7 days.”
Kimsey (29) shut with a 70 to earn 1 from compatriot John Parry and South Africa’s Bryce Easton on nine-less than with Kinsale’s John Murphy tied for 39th on seven-more than soon after a 75 to complete 44th in the Rankings.
Murphy now heads to this week’s Remaining Phase of Q-Faculty, where by he joins the exempt Paul Dunne and Jonathan Caldwell and former Walker Cup gamers Gary Hurley and Cormac Sharvin, who were the only Irish gamers to come by means of the 2nd Stage yesterday.
Hurley closed with a level par 71 to tie for 16th in the race for 23 places at Emporda, when Sharvin shot a 6-under 65 to end a fourth on 12-below in the fight for 23 spots at Las Colinas in Alicante, obtaining been 4-above soon after two holes in spherical one.
Meanwhile, Pádraig Harrington knows he will have to acquire this week’s period-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship to deny New Zealander Steven Alker the $1 million bonus immediately after he shrugged off a neck damage to complete fourth powering Bernhard Langer in the TimberTech Championship in Boca Raton.
Langer closed with a 6-less than 66 to win his 44th title by six shots from Thongchai Jaidee and Paul Goydos on 17-under par and shut to inside one of Hale Irwin’s tally of 45 Champions Tour victories.
In spite of pulling a muscle mass in his neck on the range, Harrington chiselled out a 5-less than 67 to complete solo fourth on 10-beneath as Alker tied sixth immediately after a 71
“I acquired on him, that is all I could ask for,” Harrington stated after chopping Alker’s direct to 617,980 factors, which usually means he can gain the period-extended title if he statements the Charles Schwab Cup Championship at Phoenix Nation Club this 7 days and Alker finishes in a a few-way tie for fifth or even worse. “Certainly, I have to get subsequent 7 days. There is certainly no selection there.”
On the LPGA Tour, Stephanie Meadow shut with a a few-less than 69 to complete 44th on 3-underneath in the Toto Japan Typical.
She finished 16 shots guiding Scotland’s Gemma Dryburgh, who shot 65 to win by four from Japan’s Kana Nagai.