Revealed Jan 20, 2020
Andrew Landry held his nerve on the essential second to assert a second PGA Tour title at The American Categorical on Sunday.
The 2018 Texas Open champion birdied the ultimate two holes to salvage a five-under 67 within the fourth spherical and end two photographs forward of Abraham Ancer (63) in California.
Landry started the fourth spherical degree in a tie for first with Scottie Scheffler and initially regarded set to cruise away from the chasing pack as his compatriot stumbled by the opening six holes.
Three successive bogeys starting on the 13th allowed the surging Ancer to erase a six-shot deficit, however Landry resisted the problem after making par on the 16th.
He transformed two wonderful tee photographs right into a pair of birdies to shut out the match at 24 below.
Birdie-birdie end for @AndrewLGolf.
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 19, 2020
The win will assist to erase Landry’s reminiscences of his playoff defeat in opposition to Jon Rahm on the Stadium Course at PGA West two years in the past.
The 32-year-old advised reporters: “I had good swing ideas coming down the stretch. Simply acquired the job executed.
“I imply, I believe the most important shot of the match was the one on 17.”
Scheffler (70) completed a stroke behind Ancer, whereas Bud Cauley (65) and Sepp Straka (66) shared a tie for fourth.
One other American, Rickie Fowler, completed in a four-way tie for 10th after following his third-round 70 with a disappointing one-under 71.
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