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PGA TOUR

Davis Thompson set the 72-hole scoring record on his way to winning the John Deere Classic by four strokes. It is his first career PGA Tour title and he becomes the ninth first-time winner on the tour this season. The win also gets him into the British Open as well as the next three majors. Thompson birdied five of his first six holes to stretch his lead to six shots and was never really threatened after that. His 28-under 256 total broke the tournament record set by Michael Kim in 2018 by one stroke. C.T. Pan birdied two of his last three holes to finish in a tie for second with amateur Luke Clanton and Michael Thorbjornsen, the No. 1 player in the PGA Tour University rankings. Clanton is the first amateur to finish in the top 10 in consecutive PGA Tour starts in 66 years. Pan’s result also qualifies him for the British Open. Hayden Springer, who became the 13th different player to shoot a sub-60 round on the PGA Tour with an opening round 59, finished tied for seventh for his third top-10 finish in 15 starts. …Ben Silverman notched his second straight top-20 finish and third in his last five starts. …Adam Svenson recorded his seventh top-40 finish of the season

POS SCORESTOTAL
T18Ben Silverman66-68-67-65-18
T34Adam Svensson64-67-72-69-12
T61Roger Sloan67-69-70-70-8

NEXT EVENT: Genesis Scottish Open  (Jul 11)

CANADIANS ENTERED: Aaron Cockerill, Corey Conners, Adam Hadwin, Mackenzie Hughes, Nick Taylor 

NEXT EVENT: ISCO Championship (Jul 11)

CANADIANS ENTERED: Ben Silverman, Roger Sloan, David Hearn (alternate)

EUROPEAN TOUR

Ewen Ferguson had five birdies and one bogey for a final round 68 to win the BMW International Open by two strokes. It’s his third European tour title and it enabled him to earn a spot in the upcoming British Open. Ferguson opted to skip the Open Championship qualifying tournament and the win vaulted him up to No. 16 in the Race to Dubai standings, narrowly qualifying him as one of the players in the top 20 standings not already in the tournament. Jordan Smith, who was tied with Ferguson for the lead going into the final round, finished tied for second with David Micheluzzi.

POS SCORESTOTAL
MCAaron Cockerill72-72