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Jim Herman Clinched the title of Wyndham Championship 2020

The Wyndham Championship is played every year in Greensboro, North Carolina. The tournament was established in 1938 as the Greater Greensboro Open. In 2007, the event was renamed the Wyndham Championship when Wyndham Hotels and Resorts took over as title’s sponsor.

The win for Jim Herman moved him from No. 192 within the FedEx Cup Playoff standings to No. 54, the largest-ever hop within the regular-season finale. The last event of the regular season before the FedEx Cup playoffs officially start from the upcoming week.

Here is all-inclusive rounds detail you should know about the Wyndham Championship. The event was held from 13 Aug to 16, 2020.

Round 1 Recap

Harold Varner (-8)

Harold Varner III, Tom Hoge and Roger Sloan each shot 8-under 62 to share the [round one] lead at the Wyndham Championship, the PGA Tour’s final regular-season event before the FedEx Cup playoffs.
Varner started the go-low at Sedgefield club with an eight-birdie, no-bogey round that matched his profession best on the PGA Tour.

Hoge and Sloan, playing together, stuck to this same pattern later in the round, Hoge also matched his career-low on the road, while Sloan’s the score set his own best.

Tom Hoge (-8)

After the round one at the Wyndham Championship, Tom Hoge hit 6 of 14 fairways and 14 of 18 greens in regulation, completing at 9 under for the tournament. Hoge completed his day in 1st at 9 under.

Roger Sloan (-8)

Canada’s Roger Sloan is tied for the lead after he shot a career-low 62 within the first round of the PGA Tour’s Wyndham Championship on round 1. His previous best round on the highest tour was a 64 eventually year’s Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico.

At 8 under, the Merritt, B.C. golfer was tied with Americans Harold Varner III and Tom Hoge toward the top of the round one. Sloan and Hoge were a part of a similar trio.

Roger Sloan (- 8)

Round 2 Recap

Tom Hoge (-10)

Tom Hoge’s hot beginning at the 2020 Wyndham Championship continued within in the second round, however, he still has company at the head of the leaderboard heading into the end of the week. Hoge, Talor Gooch, Si Woo Kim and Billy Horschel have equal scores of 10 under through 36 holes to lead the field at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Si Woo Kim (-10)

Si Woo Kim hit 13 of 18 greens in regulation during the second round at the Wyndham Championship and had a decent round of putting, without any misses on putts within 10 feet.

Talor Gooch (-10)

It was the very first time Talor Gooch, who opened with a 65, had multiple rounds that low within the same event. He had six birdies, including two of his last three holes, to climb
“Whenever you shoot 65, it doesn’t make any difference who, what, when, where, why, you’ve done some good,” he said.

Billy Horschel (-10)

In the second round of the 2020 Wyndham Championship, Billy Horschel makes birdie on the par 4 ninth holes. He hit 16 of 18 greens in regulation completing at 10 under for the tournament.

Round 3 Recap

Si Woo Kim (-18)

South Korean Si Woo Kim, 25-year-old tied for the lead heading into the third round of the Wyndham Championship, but he has sole possession of the lead heading into Final Round on Sunday. He shot an eight-under-par 62 on round 3, which carries his total to 18-under-par for the tournament. He holds a two-stroke lead over Rob Oppenheim and Doc Redman, who are tied for second.

Rob Oppenheim (-16)

In the third round of the 2020 Wyndham Championship, Rob Oppenheim makes birdie on the par 4 17th hole. Rob Oppenheim hit 15 of 18 greens in regulation and completion at 16 under for the tournament. Oppenheim completed his day tied for 2nd at 16 under with Doc Redman.

Doc Redman (-16)

Doc Redman hit 16 of 18 greens in regulation during his third round at the Wyndham Championship and had a decent round of putting, without any misses on putts inside 10 feet. Redman completed his day tied for second at 16 under with Rob Oppenheim.

Final Round Recap

Jim Herman, (-21) Winner

In the final round on Sunday 63 saw world number 318, Jim Herman catch his third PGA Tour title with triumph at the Wyndham Championship. The 42-year-old delighted in a stellar at the Sedgefield Country Club, covering the last 36 holes in only 124 strokes, to successes at 21 under and pip previous FedEx Cup victor Billy Horschel by a one-shot. Furthermore, he received the winner payout of $1,152,000.

Billy Horschel (-20)

Billy Horschel makes birdie on the par-5 15th hole. Billy Horschel hit 14 of 18 greens in regulation during his final round at the Wyndham Championship, finishing at 20 under for the tournament. Horschel finished his day in 2nd at 20 under; Jim Herman is in 1st at 21 under and Webb Simpson is tied for 3rd at 18 under. After a second position at 2020 Wyndham Championship, he earned $697,600.

Webb Simpson (-18)

Webb Simpson makes an 11-foot birdie putt on the par -4 17th hole. In his final round at the Wyndham Championship, Webb Simpson hit 11 of 14 fairways and 14 of 18 greens in regulation, completing at 18 under for the tournament. Simpson completed his day tied for 3rd at 18 under with Kevin Kisner, Si Woo Kim, and Doc Redman; Jim Herman is in 1st at 21 under; and Billy Horschel is in 2nd at 20 under. He got $ 312,400.

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