While John Augenstein was dazzling golf fans in Pinehurst, North Carolina at the U.S. Amateur, several other Commodores were having stellar weekends of their own on other tours around the world.
Snedeker Charges Into Tour Championship
Brandt Snedeker finished with a 16-under par, 272, at the BMW Championship in Chicago, Illinois and ended the tournament in a tie for fifth. He finished the FedEx Standings in 18th place, and will move on to the Tour Championship this weekend in Atlanta, Georgia at the East Lake Golf Club.
In a revamped format, Snedeker will start the tournament with a 2-under par score. The number-one ranked player, Justin Thomas, will start with a 10-under total. The top 30 players from this year’s FedEx playoffs will play this Thursday through Sunday in Atlanta.
Schwab Finishes In The Top Five On European Tour
Matthias Schwab finished in a tie for fifth at the D+D Real Czech Masters in Prague, Czech Republic with a 14-under par, 274.
The finish was Schwab’s second top five finish of the season, and his fifth top 10.
Schwab will be in Gothenburg, Sweden for the Scandinavian Invitational this weekend.
Gordon Finishes Fourth In Canada
Will Gordon finished with a 12-under par 276 over the weekend at the Players Cup in Winnipeg, Manitoba and carded a fourth-place standing, his second top-five finish of the summer on the PGA MacKenzie Tour.
In his second round in Winnipeg, he fired an 11-under 61, which set a new course record for the Southwood Golf and Country Club.
Fellow Commodores Theo Humphrey (T34) and Patrick Martin (T46) also made the cut in Canada.