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Justin and Mike Thomas Lead PNC Championship, Team Woods in Striking Distance

Justin and Mike Thomas hold a two-shot lead going into the second and last round of the PNC Championship family golf tournament on Saturday at the Ritz-Carlton in Orlando, Florida. The Thomases, who are seeking to win their second title after winning the tournament in 2020, shot two eagles and 11 birdies en route to a 15-under-par 57 round. The duo are two shots ahead of Tiger Woods and son Charlie and Vijay and Qass Singh.

Justin and Mike Thomas Lead: Team Woods in Hot Pursuit

The Woods duo waxed hot between the fourth and 11th holes, with a streak of birdies or better highlighting their solid round. The Woods family is playing injured in the event with Tiger nursing plantar fasciitis in his right foot while Charlie limping with an injured ankle. Multiple injuries while recovering from severe leg injuries he suffered in a 2021 car accident forced Tiger Woods to play only nine competitive rounds this year.

The plantar fasciitis that flared up in his right foot has complicated his preparations for 2023. He said that he is hoping to play in the four majors but he can’t predict a schedule for next year. Meanwhile, Singh and his 32-year-old son, who are playing for the 16th time, birdied seven of their last eight holes for a 59. Expect an exciting conclusion in this 36-hole event with golf betting sites giving some tips on which team has the best chance of winning the two-round clash.

Rozner Wins Mauritius Open

Antoine Rozner kept his composure in the fourth and final round en route to winning the Mauritius Open by five shots on Sunday at the Mont Choisy Le Golf course. The Frenchman, who held on two a two-shot lead in the third round, started brilliantly in the front nine, sinking one eagle and three birdies. Rozner went into cruise control in the back nine despite breezy conditions as he shot a birdie and a bogey en route to a 19-under-par total of 269. He is five shots ahead of Alfredo Garcia-Herrera of Spain, who also shot a 67 for a four-round aggregate of 274. Rozner’s compatriot, Julien Bruh shot a 72 and was seven shots off the winner.

The fourth spot were shared by Simon Forsstroem (70) of Sweden, Ko Jeong-won (69) of France and Dylan Mostert (69) of South Africa. All concluded their tournament at 11-under 277. Before the title-clinching round, Rozner shot 70, 64 and 68 in the first 54 holes to take the lead. He then held his nerves to bring down his closest pursuers and pull away in the homestretch. Rozner went home with EUR170,000 (USD180,000) for the top prize while Garcia-Herrera pocketed EUR110,000 (USD116,000). The victory made Rozner become a three-time DP World Tour champion, according to PGA golf tour oddsmakers who cover the sport 24/7.