IJGT Tournament of Champions results

By Ijgt StaffJune 1, 2010, 6:16 pm

2010 IJGT Bridgestone Tournament of Champions Presented by BMW

Grand Cypress Resort North/South and New Courses

Orlando, FL May 29-31

Finish

Boys 16-19 Division (Gold Tees)

Grad

RD 1

RD 2

RD 3

Total

To Par

1

Charles Edler - Fair Haven, NJ

2011

72

73

67

212

-3

2

Noori Hyun - Centreville, VA

2011

70

77

68

215

E

3

George Cunningham - Litchfield Park, AZ

2014

77

69

71

217

2

4

John Chaney - Shaker Hts., OH

2011

72

75

71

218

3

4

Cameron Davison - Duncan, British Columbia, Canada

2012

70

77

71

218

3

4

Blake Cannon - Phoenix, AZ

2013

73

74

71

218

3

7

Miguel Solorzano Amaya - Chiapas, Mexico (HHIJGA)

2011

77

73

69

219

4

8

Carlos Madrigal - Howey in the Hills, FL

2012

76

74

70

220

5

8

Andrew Bieber - Danville, PA

2013

77

72

71

220

5

8

Matthew Rushton - Johannesburg, South Africa (HHIJGA)

2013

73

77

70

220

5

11

Fraser Graham - Princeton, NJ

2011

73

78

71

222

7

11

Kyle Nakazaki - Manhattan Beach, CA

2010

74

73

75

222

7

13

Theo Humphrey - Greenwich, CT

2014

78

78

67

223

8

13

Michael Werenski - South Hadley, MA (HHIJGA)

2013

74

74

75

223

8

15

Yifan Liu - Guangzhou, China

2011

73

78

73

224

9

15

Andrew Gai - Westport, CT

2011

79

73

72

224

9

15

Greg Schmaus - Upper Saddle River, NJ

2010

77

76

71

224

9

15

Ryann Ree - Redondo Beach, CA

2012

70

76

78

224

9

19

Sean Bozuk - Burlington, Canada

2012

70

81

74

225

10

19

Ryan Triller - Street, MD

2011

76

74

75

225

10

21

Chipper Hughes - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

2010

81

73

72

226

11

22

Fredric Nordhoff - Issaquah, WA (HHIJGA)

2009

80

76

71

227

12

22

Ryan Harris - Carlisle, MA

2012

76

79

72

227

12

24

Ernesto Vitienes - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (HHIJGA)

2010

78

78

72

228

13

24

Matthew Adams - Walnut Creek, CA (HHIJGA)

2011

76

79

73

228

13

24

Tim Godshalk - Bluffton, SC

2011

75

79

74

228

13

24

Felipe Da Paz - Howey in the Hills, FL

2011

77

80

71

228

13

28

Matt Fry - Bel Air, MD

2010

77

77

75

229

14

29

Lawrence Ree - Redondo Beach, CA

2013

82

77

71

230

15

29

Henry Cunningham - Litchfield Park, AZ

2012

81

77

72

230

15

29

John Yu - Freshmeadows, NY

2011

81

76

73

230

15

29

David Kirk - Heathrow, FL (HHIJGA)

2010

79

77

74

230

15

29

Xander McDonald-Smith - Rockaway Park, NY

2011

76

78

76

230

15

29

Davis Schaller - Egg Harbor Township, NJ

2011

77

77

76

230

15

35

Phillip North - Hilton Head Island, SC

2011

81

79

71

231

16

35

Max Christiana - Mt Kisco, NY

2011

73

82

76

231

16

35

Matt Harman - Roanoke, VA

2010

81

75

75

231

16

35

Raleigh Chapin - Doylestown, PA

2012

79

76

76

231

16

35

Ben Cooley - Rydal, PA

2011

81

73

77

231

16

35

Hank Hanegraaff - Waxhaw, NC

2009

76

78

77

231

16

41

Mike Amole - Huntingdon Valley, PA

2011

90

68

74

232

17

41

Tyler Williams - Hilton Head Island, SC

2012

81

74

77

232

17

43

Kirk Massie - Westport, CT

2011

80

78

75

233

18

43

Luke Park - Monument, CO (HHIJGA)

2013

75

78

80

233

18

45

Brandon Hartranft - Lancaster, PA

2011

82

79

73

234

19

45

Nate Cohan - Gaithersburg, MD

2011

77

84

73

234

19

45

Nico Evangelista - Quezon City, Philippines (HHIJGA)

2012

79

80

75

234

19

45

Brian Tohir - New Canaan, CT

2011

78

78

78

234

19

49

Darren Chiu - Queens, NY

2011

80

79

76

235

20

49

Jose Armenteros - Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (HHIJGA)

2010

76

79

80

235

20

49

Jacob Goldenring - Florham Park, NJ

2011

76

78

81

235

20

49

Jay Kim - Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

2011

78

84

73

235

20

53

Matthew Hardman - Gettysburg, PA

2011

78

81

77

236

21

53

Colin McDade - Rye, NY

2011

79

83

74

236

21

53

Frank Szucs - Brookside, NJ

2013

75

84

77

236

21

53

Conor McGovern - Darien, CT

2011

82

75

79

236

21

57

Larry Georgetti - Marmora, NJ

2011

82

80

75

237

22

58

Jonathan Farber - Plainview, NY

2011

87

81

70

238

23

58

Shawn Bennett - Sterling, MA

2010

84

81

73

238

23

58

Andrew Brenneman - Leesburg, VA

2011

91

72

75

238

23

58

Morgan Hill - Clarksville, MD

2010

82

78

78

238

23

58

Drew Trujillo - Montrose, CO

2011

81

77

80

238

23

63

Justin Harris - Carlisle, MA

2010

84

80

75

239

24

63

Blake Barens - Villa Park, CA

2013

86

78

75

239

24

63

John Reali - Searingtown, NY

2011

81

77

81

239

24

66

Andrew Burgess - Rancho Santa Fe, CA

2012

80

84

76

240

25

66

Alex Lagowitz - Livingston, NJ

2011

80

82

78

240

25

66

Michael Troy - Stamford, CT

2011

79

78

83

240

25

69

Ben Jaklin - Riverwoods, IL

2010

84

85

72

241

26

69

Thomas Lawson - Pittsburgh, PA

2011

80

88

73

241

26

69

Skyler Mednick - Calabasas, CA (HHIJGA)

2011

90

76

75

241

26

72

Andrew Feldman - Allentown, PA

2011

84

85

73

242

27

72

David Daubert - Hanover, PA

2011

83

82

77

242

27

74

Mason Carmel - Bethesda, MD

2012

79

89

75

243

28

74

George Hirsch - Hilton Head Island, SC

2011

87

81

75

243

28

74

Brian Allmendinger - East Islip, NY

2011

82

85

76

243

28

77

DJ Tozier - Cliffton Park, NY

2012

80

86

78

244

29

77

Andrew Humber - Wake Forest, NC (HHIJGA)

2011

86

81

77

244

29

79

Matthew Plummer - Reunion, FL

2011

82

87

76

245

30

79

Robert Gelber - Scarsdale, NY

2010

82

88

75

245

30

79

Dylan Murray - Westport, CT

2010

82

82

81

245

30

82

Christopher Swift - New Canaan, CT

2011

86

85

75

246

31

83

Matt Long - East Stroudsburg, PA

2011

81

89

77

247

32

83

Brandon Neals - Middleton, MA

2010

83

85

79

247

32

85

Alexander Kane - Topsfield, MA

2012

85

82

82

249

34

85

Kevin Burke - Elmira, NY

2009

85

83

81

249

34

87

Charlie Durman - Margaretting, United Kingdom (HHIJGA)

2011

82

95

74

251

36

87

Kevin Webb - Doylestown, PA

2011

90

81

80

251

36

87

Andrew O'Donnell - Upper Saddle River, NJ

2011

91

81

79

251

36

87

Robert Hoeppner - Harleysville, PA

2012

84

86

81

251

36

91

Brian Goff - Webster, NY (HHIJGA)

2009

85

85

83

253

38

91

Tommy Leech - Pgh, PA

2011

90

80

83

253

38

93

Brady Goodling - Manheim, PA

2011

76

101

77

254

39

94

Jae Sung Hur - Victoria, Canada (HHIJGA)

2011

96

87

76

259

44

95

Danny Jaklin - Riverwoods, IL

2011

88

94

80

262

47

96

Ewing Fang - Panyu, China (HHIJGA)

2010

101

86

80

267

52

97

Davis Keough - Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada (HHIJGA)

2011

95

90

83

268

53

98

Nick Albano - Marietta, GA

2011

95

98

86

279

64

 

Phil Loewe - Charlottenlund, Denmark (HHIJGA)

2010

92

80

DQ Rule 6-6d

 

Austin Dunlap - Pinehurst, NC

2010

78

85

WD - Justified

 

Andy Jimenez - Orlando, FL (HHIJGA)

2010

84

DQ Rule 6-8a

 

 

William Kirsch - Lake Forest, IL

2009

DQ Rule 6-3a

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finish

Boys 13-15 Division (Blue Tees)

Grad

RD 1

RD 2

RD 3

Total

To Par

1

Charles Cai - West Windsor, NJ

2012

72

66

72

210

-5

2

Saravit Kerdsinchai - Nonthaburi, Thailand (HHIJGA)

2015

67

72

72

211

-4

3

Emilio Maurer Lorente - Howey-in-the-Hills, FL

2013

72

69

71

212

-3

4

Ben Dietrich - Conover, NC

2013

70

73

70

213

-2

5

Arthur S. Edelman - Wesley Chapel, FL

2012

71

72

72

215

E

6

Renato Bordes - Xalapa, Mexico (HHIJGA)

2013

77

68

71

216

1

7

Kyle Sterbinsky - Yardley, PA

2015

78

68

72

218

3

7

Jeffrey Lang - Lexington, MA

2013

70

70

78

218

3

9

Santiago Lopez - Boca Del Rio, Mexico

2014

71

70

79

220

5

10

Sam Hebert - St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada

2013

70

75

76

221

6

11

Gustavo Romero - Howey-in-the-Hills, FL

2014

70

78

75

223

8

11

Cody Cox - Milford, PA

2013

73

73

77

223

8

13

Jake DuVall - Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

2012

70

72

82

224

9

14

Pono Tokioka - Lihue, HI

2013

77

71

77

225

10

14

Nick Marotta - Monroe, NY

2012

71

75

79

225

10

16

Matthew Moore - Pittsburgh, PA

2014

79

75

73

227

12

16

William Gordon - Davidson, NC

2015

74

73

80

227

12

16

Ian Shapiro - Alpharetta, GA

2013

72

75

80

227

12

19

Rafael Barnoya - Guatemala, Guatemala

2014

74

76

79

229

14

20

Lucas Schlossberg - Surfside, FL

2014

76

77

77

230

15

20

Evan Sommer - Pittsburgh, PA

2013

76

75

79

230

15

20

Jacob Gurock - West Windsor, NJ

2014

72

78

80

230

15

20

Matt Holuta - Indiana, PA

2014

74

74

82

230

15

24

JJ Qualkenbush - La Quinta, CA (HHIJGA)

2014

79

77

76

232

17

24

Michael Chanaud - Gambrills, MD (HHIJGA)

2012

73

79

80

232

17

24

Andrew Valente - Old Brookville, NY

2012

74

78

80

232

17

27

Benjamin Warner - Weston, MA

2014

78

78

77

233

18

27

Tommy Nettles - McMurray, PA

2013

73

75

85

233

18

29

Cody Gross - Babylon, NY

2012

77

79

80

236

21

30

Thomas La Morte - Haworth, NJ

2014

84

71

82

237

22

30

Philip Loeb - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

2014

76

77

84

237

22

30

Matthew Hirsh - Hewlett, NY

2012

73

77

87

237

22

33

Patrick McDonnell - Pittsburgh, PA

2014

82

69

87

238

23

34

Tyler Nakazaki - Manhattan Beach, CA

2012

78

79

82

239

24

34

Raimondo Franchi - Milano, Italy

2012

79

77

83

239

24

34

Cody Dazen - Shamong, NJ

2013

75

81

83

239

24

37

Albano Valentino - San Juan, Argentina

2013

79

76

86

241

26

38

Andrea Bacchi - Milan, Italy (HHIJGA)

2013

77

79

86

242

27

 

Joshua Kim - New Hyde Park, NY

2013

78

70

WD - Justified

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finish

Boys U-12 Division (White Tees)

Grad

RD 1

RD 2

RD 3

Total

To Par

1

Curren Mody - Monmouth Junction, NJ

2015

70

70

71

211

-4

2

Anthony Perrino - Mooresville, NC

2015

70

71

72

213

-2

3

Zachary Hoskins - Orlando, FL

2015

72

70

73

215

E

4

Jake Reilly - Hershey, PA

2015

74

71

75

220

5

4

Luke Miller - Venetia, PA

2015

73

71

76

220

5

6

Noah Edmondson - Davidson, NC

2015

74

77

71

222

7

7

Luis Gerardo Garza - Leon, Mexico

2017

73

73

77

223

8

8

Hartej Gill - Monroe Township, NJ

2014

75

73

77

225

10

9

Willis Huynh - Syosset, NY

2014

74

76

77

227

12

10

Derrick Villarreal - Hartland, WI (HHIJGA)

2015

71

76

82

229

14

11

Michael Pfeifer - Pforzheim, Germany

2015

77

78

75

230

15

12

Walker Kirk - Lancaster, PA

2016

77

77

84

238

23

13

Alex Zakrzeski - Potomac, MD

2015

76

88

78

242

27

13

Kyle Cunningham - Sayville, NY

2015

77

81

84

242

27

15

Jackson Lang - Lexington, MA

2015

77

82

85

244

29

16

Paul Gunness-Bendetti - Calabasas, CA

2016

83

75

87

245

30

17

Michael Phan - Newport Coast, CA

2015

84

88

83

255

40

18

William Rand - Irvington, NY

2017

88

90

104

282

67

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finish

Girls 15-19 Division (White Tees)

Grad

RD 1

RD 2

RD 3

Total

To Par

1

Monifa Sealy - Glencoe, Trinidad and Tobago

2011

70

73

69

212

-3

2

Ri Hyang Park - Fujieda-Shi-Shizuoka, Japan (HHIJGA)

2011

71

67

77

215

E

3

Yingzhou Yun - Howey-in-the-hills, FL

2012

71

69

76

216

1

4

Shabril Brewer - Herndon, VA

2011

70

70

77

217

2

5

Jordanne Barr - Bakersfield, CA

2011

74

70

75

219

4

6

Jamie Oleksiew - Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

2012

76

72

75

223

8

7

Yang Yue Hill - Palm Desert, CA

2012

68

76

80

224

9

8

Ann Kathrin Wuensch - Herrenberg, Germany (HHIJGA)

2012

75

76

75

226

11

8

Gabriella DiMarco - West Chester, PA

2011

72

75

79

226

11

10

Minami Levonowich - Hilton Head Island, SC

2011

74

77

76

227

12

10

Audrey Monssoh - Los Angeles, CA

2011

72

77

78

227

12

12

Robynn Ree - Redondo Beach, CA

2015

74

75

79

228

13

13

Lisa Combs - Amissville, VA

2011

80

78

74

232

17

14

Katie Petrino - Fayetteville, AR

2010

80

72

81

233

18

15

Momo Sakuragi - Tokyo, Japan (HHIJGA)

2012

80

76

78

234

19

15

Olivia Landino - Hermitage, PA (HHIJGA)

2012

80

74

80

234

19

17

Alice Barbieri - Windermere, FL

2012

75

79

81

235

20

17

Mckenzie Cutter - Waldorf, MD

2011

74

79

82

235

20

19

Nicole Marino - Kinnelon, NJ

2011

78

75

83

236

21

20

Yuri Otsuka - Chiba, Japan (HHIJGA)

2011

84

74

79

237

22

20

Scotland Preston - Mountainside, NJ

2012

78

78

81

237

22

22

Anna Young - Saskatoon, Canada (HHIJGA)

2011

79

78

84

241

26

23

Michelle Peng - West Harrison, NY

2011

78

80

84

242

27

24

Sara Jackson - State College, PA

2011

81

82

81

244

29

25

Kellie Edelblut - New Hope, PA

2011

80

83

82

245

30

26

Jessica Madsen - Slingerlands, NY

2012

79

87

81

247

32

27

Bow-Kay Salotti - Palm Desert, CA

2011

79

78

91

248

33

28

Caroline Dula - Salisbury, NC (HHIJGA)

2011

79

86

85

250

35

28

Anne Troy - Stamford, CT

2012

81

81

88

250

35

30

Madison Alexander - Jonesborough, TN (HHIJGA)

2011

85

81

85

251

36

30

Christina Paulsen - Ridgewood, NJ

2012

83

82

86

251

36

32

Elizabeth DiVincentis - Durham, CT

2012

82

79

91

252

37

33

Lexi Klein - Moorestown, NJ

2011

85

87

86

258

43

34

Christina Patracuolla - Boonton, NJ

2011

90

90

101

281

66

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Finish

Girls U-14 Division (Red Tees)

Grad

RD 1

RD 2

RD 3

Total

To Par

1

Jackie Rogowicz - Yardley, PA

2015

75

71

76

222

7

2

Gabrielle Weiss - Macungie, PA

2014

75

72

82

229

14

3

Sammi Lee - Winter Park, FL

2013

74

74

82

230

15

3

Mia Zanghetti - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL

2013

78

76

76

230

15

3

Anne Freman - Las Vegas, NV

2013

72

72

86

230

15

6

Avery French - Laguna Niguel, CA

2013

79

76

83

238

23

7

Stephanie Lau - Fullerton, CA

2015

82

79

81

242

27

8

Samantha Faraghan - Mount Laurel, NJ

2012

73

78

92

243

28

9

Samantha Spencer - Georgetown, Ontario, Canada

2014

83

80

85

248

33

10

Mallory Etcheberry - Wesley Chapel, FL

2013

82

81

88

251

36

10

Julie Luo - Herndon, VA

2015

77

84

90

251

36

12

Claire Serruto - Short Hills, NJ

2013

92

90

86

268

53

13

Jane Hopkinson-wood - Pottstown, PA

2014

82

93

99

274

59

14

Katie Edelblut - New Hope, PA

2014

84

91

106

281

66

15

Isabella Villarreal - Hartland, WI

2014

98

88

102

288

73

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Watch: Daly makes birdie from 18-foot-deep bunker

By Golf Channel DigitalJanuary 19, 2018, 11:14 pm

John Daly on Friday somehow got up and down for birdie from the deepest bunker on the PGA Tour.

The sand to the left of the green on the 16th hole at the Stadium Course at PGA West sits 18 feet below the surface of the green.

That proved no problem for Daly, who cleared the lip three times taller than he is and then rolled in a 26-footer.

He fared just slightly better than former Speaker of the House, Tip O'Neill.

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Koepka (wrist) likely out until the Masters

By Ryan LavnerJanuary 19, 2018, 9:08 pm

Defending U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka is expected to miss at least the next two months because of a torn tendon in his left wrist.

Koepka, who suffered a partially torn Extensor Carpi Ulnaris (ECU), is hoping to return in time for the Masters.

In a statement released by his management company, Koepka said that doctors are unsure when the injury occurred but that he first felt discomfort at the Hero World Challenge, where he finished last in the 18-man event. Playing through pain, he also finished last at the Tournament of Champions, after which he underwent a second MRI that revealed the tear.

Koepka is expected to miss the next eight to 12 weeks.

“I am frustrated that I will now not be able to play my intended schedule,” Koepka said. “But I am confident in my doctors and in the treatment they have prescribed, and I look forward to teeing it up at the Masters. … I look forward to a quick and successful recovery.”

Prior to the injury, Koepka won the Dunlop Phoenix and cracked the top 10 in the world ranking. 

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Cut Line: Color Rory unafraid of the Ryder Cup

By Rex HoggardJanuary 19, 2018, 7:09 pm

In this week’s edition, Rory McIlroy gets things rolling with some early Ryder Cup banter, Dustin Johnson changes his tune on a possible golf ball roll-back, and the PGA Tour rolls ahead with integrity training.


Made Cut

Paris or bust. Rory McIlroy, who made his 2018 debut this week on the European Tour, can be one of the game’s most affable athletes. He can also be pointed, particularly when discussing the Ryder Cup.

Asked this week in Abu Dhabi about the U.S. team, which won the last Ryder Cup and appears to be rejuvenated by a collection of new players, McIlroy didn’t disappoint.

“If you look at Hazeltine and how they set the course up – big, wide fairways, no rough, pins in the middle of greens – it wasn’t set up for the way the Europeans like to play,” McIlroy said. “I think Paris will be a completely different kettle of fish, so different.”

McIlroy has come by his confidence honestly, having won three of the four Ryder Cups he’s played, so it’s understandable if he doesn't feel like an underdog heaidng to Paris.

“The Americans have obviously been buoyant about their chances, but it’s never as easy as that,” he said. “The Ryder Cup is always close. It always comes down to a few key moments, and it will be no different in Paris. I think we’ll have a great team and it definitely won’t be as easy as they think it’s going to be.”

September can’t get here quick enough.

Mr. Spieth goes to Ponte Vedra Beach. The Tour announced this year’s player advisory council, the 16-member group that works with the circuit’s policy board to govern.

There were no real surprises to the PAC, but news that Jordan Spieth had been selected to run for council chair is interesting. Spieth, who is running against Billy Hurley III and would ascend to the policy board next year if he wins the election, served on the PAC last year and would make a fine addition to the policy board, but it is somewhat out of character for a marquee player.

In recent years, top players like Spieth have largely avoided the distractions that come with the PAC and policy board. Of course, we’ve also learned in recent years that Spieth is not your typical superstar.


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On second thought. In December at the Hero World Challenge, Dustin Johnson was asked about a possible golf ball roll-back, which has become an increasingly popular notion in recent years.

“I don't mind seeing every other professional sport. They play with one ball. All the pros play with the same ball,” he said in the Bahamas. “I think there should be some kind of an advantage for guys who work on hitting it far and getting that speed that's needed, so having a ball, like the same ball that everyone plays, there's going to be, you're going to have more of an advantage.”

The world No. 1 appeared to dial back that take this week in Abu Dhabi, telling BBC Sport, “It's not like we are dominating golf courses. When was the last time you saw someone make the game too easy?”

Maybe it didn’t feel that way, but DJ’s eight-stroke romp two weeks ago at the Sentry Tournament of Champions certainly looked pretty easy.

Long odds. I had a chance to watch the Tour’s 15-minute integrity training video that players have been required view and came away with a mixture of confusion and concern.

The majority of the video, which includes a Q&A element, focuses on how to avoid match fixing. Although the circuit has made it clear there is no indication of current match fixing, it’s obviously something to keep an eye on.

The other element that’s worth pointing out is that although the Tour may be taking the new program seriously, some players are not.

“My agent watched [the training video] for me,” said one Tour pro last week at the Sony Open.


Missed Cut

Groundhog Day. To be fair, no one expected Patton Kizzire and James Hahn to need six playoff holes to decide last week’s Sony Open, but the episode does show why variety is the spice of life.

After finishing 72 holes tied at 17 under, Kizzire and Hahn played the 18th hole again and again and again and again. In total, the duo played the par-5 closing hole at Waialae Country Club five times (including in regulation play) on Sunday.

It’s worth noting that the playoff finally ended with Kizzire’s par at the sixth extra hole, which was the par-3 17th. Waialae’s 18th is a fine golf hole, but in this case familiarity really did breed contempt.

Tweet of the week:

It was a common theme last Saturday on Oahu after an island-wide text alert was issued warning of an inbound ballistic missile and advising citizens to “seek immediate shelter.”

The alert turned out to be a mistake, someone pushed the wrong button during a shift change, but for many, like Peterson, it was a serious lesson in perspective.

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Watch: McIlroy gives Fleetwood a birthday cake

By Golf Channel DigitalJanuary 19, 2018, 2:58 pm

Tommy Fleetwood turned 27 on Friday. He celebrated with some good golf – a 4-under 68 in Abu Dhabi, leaving him only two shots back in his title defense – and a birthday cake, courtesy of Rory Mcllroy.

While giving a post-round interview, Fleetwood was surprised to see McIlroy approaching with a cake in hand.

“I actually baked this before we teed off,” McIlroy joked.

Fleetwood blew out the three candles – “three wishes!” – and offered McIlroy a slice.