Seattle golf fans had to get up really early Sunday morning if they wanted to catch some of Ryan Moore or Robert Garrigus’ final round at the PGA Championship, and if they did weren’t in for much of a treat. Garrigus really struggled in his final round at the Atlanta Athletic Club, while Moore made up for some of his poor scores earlier in the week with a nice round on Sunday.
Garrigus teed off at 6:50 AM this morning, dropping his worst score of the tournament at six-over 76, including three double-bogeys. Garrigus began the week well with back to back 70’s to leave him at even par going into the weekend, but a weekend 74 and 76 left him at ten-over for the tournament, tied for 63rd place overall.
Ryan Moore fared much better in his final round, shooting a three-under 67 to cap of his PGA Championship, finishing seven-over for the week and tied for 57th place overall. Moore had an up-and-down week, shooting five and six over respectfully on Thursday and Saturday, while shooting under par on Friday and Sunday. After starting with a bogey on the first hole Sunday, Moore went on to card four birdies and no bogeys the rest of the way to move him into red numbers for the day.