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Tee Times Weekly Newsletter - Vol 21

Weekly Professional Golf Catchup

Asian Tour
John Catlin does it again - wins back to back Asian Tour Events

The last Asian Tour event, the International Series Macau, John Catlin shot a third round 59 to take a two shot lead in to the final round.

This weekend he shot a third round 62 to take an eight (!) shot lead into Sunday. He capped it off with a 66 and won by seven strokes over Wade Ormsby. He’s been in fantastic form and has a healthy lead in the International Series Order of Merit, which of course awards a full spot on LIV Golf for the 2025 season.

Congrats to John, really impressive!

What’s next on the Asian Tour?

No event this week on the Asian Tour, but next week they head to Korea for the Maekyung Open Golf Championship, at Namseoul Country Club!

Scottie Scheffler continues his PGA Tour dominance

Scottie is showing no signs of slowing down as this past weekend he cruised to a comfortable three shot lead over Sahith Theegala to win the RBC Heritage for his 10th PGA Tour victory.

He’s in incredible form. 4 wins and a T2 in his last 5 starts, including his win at The Masters. As we said early in the year, if he can sort out the putter, no one’s going to be beating him. In his last five events he’s gained strokes on the field in putting. Very impressive stuff from Scottie.

Congratulations to Scottie, going to be interesting to see how long this dominance lasts!

Billy Horschel returns to form at the Corales Puntacana Championship

The PGA Tour also hosted the Corales Puntacana Championship this weekend, an opposite field event.

Billy Horschel took the win over Wesley Brian by posting an impressive final round of 63. Billy has found some better form in the past couple of months, after seeing his DataGolf rank fall down to 161 last year.

Congratulations to Billy!

What’s next on the PGA Tour?

This week the PGA Tour hosts the Zurich Classic, the event where players team up in teams of two and play a mix of best ball and alternate shot. Last year this event was won by Davis Riley and Nick Hardy.

Tee Talk

Nelly Korda wins her fifth straight event on the LPGA Tour at Chevron, the first major of the season:

Fifteen year old Miles Russell finishes T20 on the Korn Ferry Tour, becoming the youngest player to ever make the cut: