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Golf: Hideki Matsuyama wins Memorial in a playoff

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"To win my first PGA Tour event is enough," Matsuyama said. "But to win it here at Mr. Nicklaus’ course, it really gives me a lot of confidence now going on. And hopefully, I’ll be able to use this week as a stepping stone to further my career."

Matsuyama became the fourth Japanese player to win on the PGA Tour, the most recent being Ryuji Imada in the 2008 AT&T Classic. The Memorial, even with Woods out with a back injury, featured the strongest field of the year outside the Masters, World Golf Championships and The Players Championship.

At a glance

Sunday’s results

PGA-Memorial Par Yardage » 7,392; Par » 72 (36-36)

x-won on first playoff hole

x-H. Matsuyama 70-67-69-69—275 -13

Kevin Na 72-69-70-64—275 -13

Bubba Watson 66-69-69-72—276 -12

Chris Kirk 66-70-74-68—278 -10

Adam Scott 69-70-68-71—278 -10

Ben Curtis 69-71-69-70—279 -9

Steve Stricker 71-70-70-68—279 -9

Luke Guthrie 75-69-66-70—280 -8

Bill Haas 73-67-72-68—280 -8

Thorbjorn Olesen 71-67-74-68—280 -8

Charl Schwartzel 72-69-67-72—280 -8

Brendon Todd 71-68-69-72—280 -8

Scott Brown 70-69-71-71—281 -7

Paul Casey 66-66-76-73—281 -7

Jason Allred 74-68-74-66—282 -6

Billy Horschel 71-69-68-74—282 -6

Matt Kuchar 74-69-69-70—282 -6

Rory McIlroy 63-78-69-72—282 -6

Jason Dufner 71-69-71-72—283 -5

Ernie Els 70-72-69-72—283 -5

Martin Flores 69-68-75-71—283 -5

Jim Furyk 73-68-72-70—283 -5

Charley Hoffman 69-72-73-69—283 -5

Ryan Moore 68-70-72-73—283 -5

Bo Van Pelt 72-72-66-73—283 -5

Jordan Spieth 69-72-67-75—283 -5

Andrew Svoboda 72-69-68-74—283 -5


Daniel Summerhays 74-70-68-72—284 -4

PGA Champions-Principal Charity Classic

Yardage » 6,177; Par » 71 (36-36)

x-won on second playoff hole

x-Tom Pernice Jr. 68-67-69—204 -12

Doug Garwood 68-65-71—204 -12

Michael Allen 68-66-71—205 -11

Mark Calcavecchia 66-69-70—20 5 -11

Bill Glasson 72-69-64—205 -11

Jay Haas 69-69-67—205 -11

Joe Durant 69-67-70—206 -10

Bobby Clampett 67-72-68—207 -9

Tom Lehman 69-68-70—207 -9

Bart Bryant 71-69-68—208 -8

Jeff Hart 70-68-70—208 -8

Duffy Waldorf 70-70-68—208 -8

Steve Lowery 67-70-72—209 -7

Chien Soon Lu 71-65-73—209 -7

John Riegger 68-68-73—209 -7

Willie Wood 71-69-70—210 -6

LPGA-Shoprite Classic

Yardage » 6,177; Par » 71 (37-34)

Stacy Lewis 67-63-67—197 -16

Christina Kim 64-67-72—203 -10

Haeji Kang 68-67-69—204    -9

Anna Nordqvist 69-65-70—204    -9

Gerina Piller 67-67-70—204    -9

Jennifer Johnson 62-70-72—204    -9

Julieta Granada 71-66-68—205   -8

Meena Lee 70-70-66—206    -7

Azahara Munoz 69-71-66—206    -7

Shanshan Feng 74-65-67—206    -7

Karrie Webb 69-70-67—206    -7

Inbee Park 66-70-70—206    -7

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In Galloway Township, N.J., Stacy Lewis won the ShopRite LPGA Classic to take the top spot in the world ranking from Inbee Park, finishing with a 4-under 67 for a six-stroke victory.

No. 1 for four weeks early last year, Lewis ended Park’s 59-week run in the top spot.

Lewis finished at 16-under 197 on Seaview’s Bay Course and earned $225,000 for her second victory of the year and 10th overall. Also the 2012 winner at Seaview, she won the North Texas LPGA Shootout last month after finishing second six times in her previous 16 events since winning the Women’s British Open in August.

Christina Kim was second after a 72.

Park closed with a 70 to tie for eighth at 7 under. She’s winless in 10 tour starts this season after sweeping the first three majors last year and finishing the season with six victories.

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Champions Tour

In Des Moines, Iowa, Tom Pernice Jr. birdied the second hole of a playoff with Doug Garwood to win the Champions Tour’s Principal Charity Classic.

Pernice won for the third time on the 50-and-over tour, closing with a 3-under 69 to match Garwood at 12-under 204 at Wakonda Club.

Garwood birdied the final two holes of regulation for a 71.

They played the par-4 18th hole twice in the playoff, with Pernice winning with a putt from just under 10 feet. They opened the playoff with matching pars.

Bill Glasson, Jay Haas, Mark Calcavecchia and Michael Allen finished a shot back. Glasson shot 64, Haas 67, Calcavecchia 70, and Allen 71.

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