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Golf Australia Express : Issue 22
FROM BOILED lollies to chocolates—a lot can change in seven days on Tour. Just ask 24-year- old Kyle Stanley. Ironically, the man who cost himself a maiden win with a final hole meltdown at Torrey Pines last week secured it on Sunday after witnessing another frontrunner collapse— this time 54-hole leader Spencer Levin. In tears after squandering a massive lead at the Farmers Insurance Open, a reborn Stanley flew home at TPC Scottsdale with a flawless 6-under 65 to claim the Waste Management Phoenix Open. It was the American’s first title on the PGA Tour. “That’s golf,” Stanley told CBS announcer Peter Kostis. “You need to accept the ups and downs. You can’t get too high or too low. I am thankful for the support I’ve received from so many people.” Tour clown Ben Crane carded a 5-under 66 to finish one-shot back in outright second. Despite three solid rounds to lead the popular tournament heading into day four, Levin would have upset the event’s title sponsor having wasted several shots in his final round to finish third after posting a disappointing 4-over 75 on Sunday. Stanley’s victory propelled him to the top of the FedExCup standings as well as the PGA TOUR money list. OTG WHAT JUST HAPPENED ON THE PGA TOUR... WRAP THE STANLEY KNIFES COMEBACK FINAL STANDINGS 1 KYLE STANLEY USA -15 $ 1,098,000. 2 BEN CRANE USA -14 $ 658,800 3 SPENCER LEVIN USA -13 $ 414,800 4 D.J. TRAHAN USA -12 $ 292,800 T5 BRENDAN STEELE USA -11 $ 222,650 T5 KEVIN NA USA -11 $ 222,650 T5 BUBBA WATSON USA -11 $ 222,650 T8 BO VAN PELT USA -10 $ 170,800 T8 JASON DUFNER USA -10 $ 170,800 T8 JOHN ROLLINS USA -10 $ 170,800 T8 WEBB SIMPSON USA -10 $ 170,800 Waste Management Phoenix Open TPC Scottsdale, Arizona USA USA, Feb 2-5 “That’s golf. You need to accept the ups and downs.”