Report #9 – 6:30pm
Congratulations to 2013 Wyndham Championship winner, Patrick Reed. He won a sudden-death playoff on the second extra hole to outlast Jordan Spieth. Both players parred the first playoff hole at No. 18 when Spieth rolled in a 30-foot effort for par while Reed missed his birdie putt. On the second playoff hole, No. 10, Reed played a miraculous second shot from the trees on the right side of the fairway to seven feet with Spieth already safely on the green. Spieth narrowly missed his birdie putt and posted a par. Reed rolled his 7-foot putt up the hill and made birdie to earn his first PGA TOUR victory in his 38th start at 23 years of age. With the win, Reed moved from 78th to 22nd in the FedexExCup point standings.
Reed is the first player to win on TOUR with his wife (Justine) as his caddie since Steve Stricker won the 1996 BMW Championship with his wife Nicki caddying.
Reed joins Vaughn Taylor as the only Augusta State University graduates to win on the PGA TOUR. He became the fourth first-time PGA TOUR winner in the six years since the Wyndham returned to Sedgefield Country Club in 2008 and the 17th first-time winner in tournament history.
Reed is the 12th first-time winner on TOUR this season and first since Jordan Spieth at the John Deere Classic in July.
Patrick Reed led the field in greens in regulation, at 85.19%.
Jordan Spieth led the field in birdies with 22; Patrick Reed was second with 21.
Report #8 – 2:45pm
Australian Matt Jones and David Toms both shot a final-round 62 (-8), tying the tournament record for lowest final round.
Jones posted eight birdies including six on the back nine to go with two on the front nine. He finished the tournament at -11.while Toms posted 2 eagles, 5 birdies and 1 bogey.
Report #6 – 2:30pm
Jordan Spieth, already a winner on Tour this year and the leading candidate for PGA TOUR Rookie Of The Year, has birdied three of his last for holes to pull within one shot of the leader with three holes to play
After birdies on four of five holes to make the turn at -14, Patrick Reed has five straight pars. He has a one stroke lead with four holes to play. Can he hold on for his first career PGA Tour win?
Report #5 – 12:30pm
Three consecutive birdies from Patrick Reed pushed him to -13 through seven holes and gave him a two-stroke lead over Brian Harman and Zach Johnson.
There are plenty of pursuers, however, are in his rear view mirror. Currently 10 players are within four shots of Reed’s lead
Report #4 – 12:00pm
Patrick Reed joined Brian Harman in the lead at -11 after his birdie at the par-5 fifth hole.
A shootout is definitely in store this afternoon at Sedgefield Country Club as 11 players are within four shots of the lead in the Wyndham Championship.
Reed led after 36 holes and was the co-leader through 54 holes.
Report #3 – 11:45am
With consecutive birdies on the fifth and sixth holes, Brian Harman grabbed the outright lead at the Wyndham Championship.
The former Georgia All-American is no stranger to success in the Greensboro and Triad area. He captured the AJGA Footjoy Invitational in back-to-back years in 2003 and 2004 at nearby Forest Oaks Country Club.
Harman’s best finish this season on the PGA Tour also took place in the Tar Heel state. He tied for 10th in May at the Wells Fargo Championship in Charlotte, N.C.
Report #2 – 11:30am
With a birdie at the par-5, 529-yard fifth hole by Brian Harman, we now have a five-way tie for the lead at the Wyndham Championship.
Harman, Matt Every, Patrick Reed, John Huh and Zach Johnson are all atop the leaderboard midway through front nine. Harman and Every are in the second to last group, while Reed, Huh and Johnson are in the final group.
Report #1 – 10:35am
Early movers Sunday morning include 2011 Wyndham champion Webb Simpson and Ryo Ishikawa.
Simpson is -5 on his front nine that included an eagle at the 374-yard, par-4 eighth hole. Ishikawa rattled off four straight birdies on holes 5-8.
Both players began the day at 2-under, eight strokes back of co-leaders Patrick Reed and John Huh.