Rowland Ties for 68th at Dick's Sporting Goods; Heads for Ally Challenge
Monday, August 22, 2022

    Roger Rowland added a second straight even-par 72 in Sunday's final round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open in Endicott, New York, and finished in a tie for 68th at 2-over-par 218.

    The former long-time Ocalan picked up a check for $1,975 and now has a bank account of $17,223 for 11 events in his first go-around on the Champions Tour. He remained in 130th place on the money list.

    Roger made two bogeys and one birdie on the front nine for a 38 at the En-Joie Golf Club,  then added two birdies and a bogey on the back for a 34 coming home. He'll be at it again this week at the $2 million Ally Challenge at the Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club in Grand Blanc, Michigan. 

    Padraig Harrington won the Endicott event with rounds of 66-67-67-200, 16 under par, three ahead of Thongchai Jaidee and first-round leader Mike Weir, who finished at 13 under. Jim Furyk and Vijay Singh were next at 12 under. 

    Gator Scott Dunlap tied for 52nd at 1 under and Chris DiMarco tied for 61st at 1 over. Marco Dawson, former touring pro at Ocala's defunct Adena Springs course, tied for 31st at 5 under. 

TOP 30 SET FOR TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP - The FedEx Cup playoffs began two weeks ago with the top 125 players eligible for the monster payoffs, and it's now down to 30 for this week's Tour Championship in Atlanta. All the big guns are still in it, other than the big guns who opted for the LIV cash. Patrick Cantlay, who just won the BMW Championship, is the defending champ at East Lake Golf Club.

    Cantlay won Sunday by one stroke over Scott Stallings and three over Scottie Scheffler and Xander Schauffele, who will all be there, too. Gator Billy Horschel is still alive after his tie for 35th (2 under) at the BMW. 


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