Lucas Glover, playoff winner at FedEx St. Jude

The 2023 FedEx St. Jude Championship ($20 million prize pool) ended a few hours late on the schedule

by Andrea Gussoni
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Lucas Glover, playoff winner at FedEx St. Jude

The 2023 FedEx St. Jude Championship ($20 million prize pool) ended a few hours late on the schedule. First the rain, then the playoff that crowned Lucas Glover. The American, leader since the end of the second round, concludes on a high note by winning the FedEx St.

Jude Championship ($20 million prize pool) a week after winning the Wyndham Championship.

Lucas Glover, results

Glover doesn't go beyond -1 on the day, closing with an overall score of -15 (265 hits). His compatriot Patrick Cantlay took advantage of it, best of Tennessee on Sunday thanks to a superb -6 which allows him to match the leader.

However Cantlay commits a bogey in the only playoff hole, the 18, giving the title to the forty-three year old from Greenville. On the par 70 course of the TPC Southwind of Menphis (Tennessee, United States) the Englishman Tommy Fleetwood and the Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy complete the podium with -14.

-12 and fifth solo position for the American Taylor Moore, who precedes by a length the group that closes the top ten made up of the Australian Cam Davis, the Canadian Corey Conners, the South Korean Sungjae Im, and the Americans Adam Schenk, Max Homa , Jordan Spieth and Russell Henley.

He loses 8 positions ending his efforts in 31st place with -6 Scottie Scheffler. 37th place with -5 for the Spanish Jon Rahm, who pays for a disastrous first round. For Lucas Glover, the success at Menphis is the ninth of his professional career and the sixth on the PGA Tour after the Funai Classic (2005), US Open (2009), Wells Fargo Championship (2011), John Deere Classic (2021) and Wyndham Championship (2023).

A few days after his triumph in Greensboro, Glover confirms himself as the best golfer in August. Next weekend space for the BMW Championship. Lucas Hendley Glover (born November 12, 1979 in Greenville, South Carolina) is an American PGA TOUR professional golfer and 2009 US Open winner.

After graduating from Clemson University with a degree in communications and a successful amateur career, he turned professional in the fall of 2001 and played on the Nationwide Tour for the next two years. From 2004 he qualified for the PGA Tour, where he achieved his first tournament win in 2005.

In June 2009, Glover won the US Open by two shots at the Bethpage Black Course in Farmingdale, NY. He's one of the few players who doesn't use a glove.

Lucas Glover
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