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Xander Schauffele used a late rally to win the Travelers in a two-stroke

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Poston and Sahith Theegala each have two strokes to win the Travelers Championship in Cromwell, Connecticut on J.T. Sunday by Xander Schauffele.

Schauffele celebrated his sixth career PGA Tour victory and second season victory after hitting a par 2 under 68 in the final round. He finished the tournament with 19 under pars, and Poston and Rookie Teagala settled in second place with 17 under pars.

"There was a lot of talk about where golf is now. Some people can say the destruction of our game, but the future is bright," Schauffele said. rice field. "And I feel like an old man. I'm 28 years old, but unfortunately I feel like one of the old men on tour. I have all these young guys around me I'm grateful to them for winning. "

Tea Gala made a birdie at number 17, marking the third birdie in a five-hole span, then 1 I grabbed the lead of the hit. However, he was in trouble at number 18 and was unable to hit the ball from the bunker on the second attempt, hitting the fairway bunker with the first shot.

The rookie finished with a double bogey on the final hole, and Schauffele won the championship with a birdie on number 18.

"I've been here long enough. This is my sixth year on the tour, and I know that no one is going to give it to you, not the PGA Tour." Schauffele said. "No one is going to give you a win.

" I knew it well and thought I was ready for the final birdie and would enter the playoffs. Fortunately, I was able to make me the top. "

Meanwhile, Teagala never imagined that things would be so bad in the last hole. Told.

"I did everything I thought I had to do, and it happened to be all the bad things that culminated in one hole," Teagala said. .. "I did a very good thing. I didn't have to scramble too much today. I don't think I'll do anything different. Just stick to my process and every moment of it And yeah, just keep going from there. "

Schauffele had four birdies and two bogies on the final day of the tournament. He fell below par in each of the four rounds of the tournament and posed 63, 63, 67 and 68 because his companions didn't chase. He went to the first 48 holes of the tournament before the first bogey.

Poston soared to second place tie with a par 6 under 64 card on Sunday. Tea Gala finished with a 3-under 67.

Michael Torbjornsen (66 on Sunday) finished fourth in the tournament with 15 under pars and Chesson Hadley (64) finished fifth with 14 under pars.

– Field-level media