Michael Block, PGA Championship hero last

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Michael Block, PGA Championship hero last
Michael Block, PGA Championship hero last

Michael Block, who came to play a shot from a bridge at the Colonial and signed an incredible par 4 on that hole, ultimately suffered a small ordeal at the Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth (Texas), on the first day of this tournament, first since he was the main player in the PGA Championship last week.

Michael Block, results

Block, the 46-year-old professional who finished 15th in the second 'Major' of the year, had to work hard to finish with an 81 shots, 11 over par, at the Colonial Country Club, which left him in last place in the classification among 120 players and 19 shots behind the leader, the unknown rookie Harry Hall (62).

World No. 1 Scottie Scheffler delivered a card of 67 shots, three under par. "It is what it is. I'm going to live with it. I thought it was going to happen in the third or fourth round last week at Oak Hill, and it never happened.

It happened now, and I wasn't surprised, to be honest," Block said. . "The experience I had last week was on another level. So today, coming out here and not having my game at all and having a lot of bad luck or whatever you want to call it, you just have to call it golf," added the Arroyo Trabuco club pro.

Golf Club of Mission Viejo (Southern California). Block received a sponsor waiver for the Colonial after his performance at the PGA Championship. Yet the American was unable to recapture any of that Oak Hill magic on a course he had barely set foot on until this week.

He started the day with three straight bogeys before birdieing from five feet on the par-3 4th hole, where his ball rolled to a stop just off the hole. Block bogeyed in the fifth before birdieing in the ninth to come halfway down at two over par.

After a wide tee shot at 10, Block played his ball to avoid missing a shot from a bridge and hit an impressive shot through the trees and landed just short of the green, where he made a par save. Block followed with three straight bogeys and then hit back-to-back double-bogeys at 15 and 16.

Block assured that he won't lose any sleep if he doesn't play at the weekend. "If I do, great. If I don't, I'll see my kids and my wife tomorrow in Orange County, California," Block said. "It's all good one way or another," the Oak Hill hero concluded.

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