40 | Monday, August 10, 2020 | The Hardest-Working Paper in America | suntimes.com ◆ SPORTS FINAL ROUND AT A GLANCE Site: -13 (267) Winnings: $1.98M Harding Park in San Francisco Collin Morikawa 69-69-65-64 -11 (269) $968K Paul Casey Dustin Johnson 68-67-68-66 69-67-65-68 -10 (270) $404,350 Matthew Wolff Jason Day Bryson DeChambeau Tony Finau Scottie Scheffler 69-68-68-65 65-69-70-66 68-70-66-66 67-70-67-66 66-71-65-68 Complete scores, Page 32. Lucky 7 Paul At 6:38 p.m. Chicago time, tapped in for a birdie on the 14th to create a seven-way tie for the lead. Casey Three-peat Brooks Koepka’s quest for a PGA three-peat never got on track. He made three consecutive bogeys for the second consecutive day, this time on the front nine. He shot a 74. Tiger watch Tiger Woods shot a 67, his best round of the week, to finish tied for 37th at 1 under. His next chance at major No. 16 will come next month in the U.S. Open at Winged Foot. Shot of the day Collin Morikawa’s Before drive to the 16th, he chipped in from the front of the green on the 14th to take the lead for the first time. Coming of age Morikawa is the sixth player to win the PGA before turning 24. The others: Gene Sarazen, Tom Creavy, Jack Nicklaus, Rory McIlroy. Woods and Notable Jon Rahm, who tied for 13th, moved back to No. 1 in the world. Morikawa moved to No. 5. Quotable ‘‘I don’t like the term ‘talent,’ but you know when somebody is good, and Collin was good. We could tell.” — Casey, on identifying Morikawa’s potential when he turned pro last year
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