Thursday 12 December 2019

Don't hold us up, Jeff!

If there is to be a finish tomorrow, players will need to be quick, although that's unlikely to be a problem for Jeff Overton of the United States.

The Ryder Cup rookie wrote his name into the record books at Whistling Straits when, first out on his own, he completed 18 holes at this year's USPGA in two hours, nine minutes, a record in majors. Yesterday, his group, with a rain delay, mustered eight holes in about 10 hours.

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