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Justin Rose falters at WGC-HSBC Champions

31 October 2018

"Last season, I really wanted to win to justify my rookie year and wasn't able to do that", he said.

But he capitalised on the Englishman's own mistakes down the stretch to stay on track for just his second PGA Tour win. Last season featured high finishes, but only one good chance at winning when he was a runner-up in the British Open at Carnoustie.

The Masters champion, making his first appearance since the Ryder Cup, carded eight birdies in his blemish-free round at Sheshan International.

Rose appeared set to be the leader heading into the final round when he moved to 5 under for the day and 13 under for the week - two clear of Finau - with his sixth birdie of the day at the 16th.

Rose was out of contention by the time he reached the 18th, but to the majority of the Chinese fans he still seemed to have had a huge impact on the result when his approach to the par-five green hit Schaufelle's ball and caused it to roll off down the slope and into the water.

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Then, it was a battle between the two Americans.

Leading the chase is Reed's Ryder Cup team-mate Tony Finau at six under, the 29-year-old tied with compatriot Xander Schauffele.

He ran his eagle putt 3 feet by and made that for birdie.

Rory McIlroy also had an 8 on the 14th hole as he continued a big slide with a 75, leaving him 21 shots behind Finau.

So he turned the club-face and conjured up a left-handed clearance. I missed my putt.

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"I definitely feel this is one that got away", said Finau.

Reed, whose comments were chief among the recriminations in the United States camp after their 17.5 to 10.5 loss at Le Golf National, had alleged that Spieth refused to play with him. "It was playing tough out there". He posted a number and made birdie on a play-off hole when it counted. Hats off him to.

It was a third victory on the PGA Tour for Schauffele after his wins at the Greenbrier Classic and Tour Championship in 2017 and earned him a check for US$1.7 million (RM7.1 million).

Phil Mickelson emerged as the victor of the first tournament in Mexico, while Bubba Watson won the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. Woods has won 18 of them. "So I knew that I still needed to pull off a shot and hit the green". He finished at 21-under 267 in the wire-to-wire victory at the Country Club of Jackson. It led to a double bogey and cut his lead to one shot.

Home favourite Hsu Wei-ling bounced back from a first hole bogey Saturday to share the lead with the USA's Nelly Korda going into the final round of the LPGA Taiwan Championship.

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Justin Rose falters at WGC-HSBC Champions