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The Daily: Langer Wins Boeing, PGA Tour Cards, Ryder Cup, More

In today’s PGW Daily, we talk Ryder Cup, Champions Tour, and LPGA.  We also show you why Patrick Reed is so excited, and why being Gary Player isn’t so bad.

Putt of the Year

Jason Day’s 71-foot putt at the 15th hole of Sunday’s final round is one of the best putts you will ever see. Day showed why he leads the tour in strokes gained: putting.

Champions Tour Update

Bernhard Langer has been destroying the Champions Tour this year, and added another trophy to his season arsenal. Langer went on a back nine birdie binge at the Boeing Classic, going under par on 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, and 18 to sneak into a playoff with Kevin Sutherland and Woody Austin.

 
Langer birded the first playoff hole to win. He now leads the Charles Schwab Cup standings by nearly $800,000. The gap between Langer and #2 Miguel Angel Jimenez, is larger than the gap between Jimenez and #27 Mike Goodes.

Awwww Pic of the Day

Paula Creamer walking with her dad.

The 25: Web.Com Update

Notables earning their PGA Tour card through the web.com top 25 money list:

1. Wesley Bryan: Three wins earned him immediate promotion early this month. Known for his trick shots on Youtube, he contended over the first two days of the John Deere Classic.

6. Ollie Schneiderjans: The 23 year old Texan finished T12 as an amateur at the 2015 Open Championship

9. Seamus Power: Represented Ireland at The Olympics. Teamed with Padraig Harrington.

11. Cheng Tsung Pan: Represented Chinese Taipei at The Olympics.

15. Brian Campbell: Was a surprising first-round co-leader at 2015 U.S. Open at Whistling Straights. Bookended first round 67 with a final round 68.

23. Max Homa: Played 27 PGA Events in 2015, best finish was a T6 at the Sony Open

It’s an Actual Card

Ryan Armour posted a pic of his PGA Tour card for next year, which he qualified for via the Top 25 of the Web.com Tour.

Same for Joel Dahman, the last one in.

Making the Rounds

The Ryder Cup came to the Today Show. American Captain Davis Love III has taken it on several other shows as well.

Dance of the Day

Tony Finau’s son has some moves!

My son Jraice and those dance moves 😳😎 Boom! #cutit #jraiceyboy #dancelikedaddy #duuuuh 😂😂😂

A video posted by Tony finau (@tonyfinaugolf) on

European Tour Update

Thomas Pieters leads the European Tour in victories over the past year.

European Ryder Cup Update
European Ryder Cup Captain Darren Clarke is set to make his three captain’s picks tomorrow. Here are a few of the favorties:

Thomas Pieters: The Belgian is 9th on the Points Cup List, won yesterday at the Made in Denmark, his 3rd win in the past 12 months (leads European Tour)

Russell Knox:
The Scot won twice on the PGA Tour this year. He ranks 10th on the World Points List.

Martin Kaymer: The two-time major winner fell just short on both points lists. He finished T7 at the PGA Championship and T15 at The Olympics.

Lee Westwood: Has 23 career victories, but famously no majors. Finished T2 at The Masters. Currently 9th in Race to Dubai Rankings.

Luke Donald: Donald’s name has floated today as a potential surprise pick for Clarke. Has played well in the U.S. as of late, but has not finished higher than T27 in any European Tour event this season.

Player of the Day

Gary Player still has it!

Backdrop of the Day

GIF of the Day

Patrick Reed is very excited to land a Ryder Cup automatic qualifying spot.

Vine of the Day

Reed signs autographs for children after his victory at The Barclays.

Tweet of the Day

Steven Bowditch stepped up when someone needed a guest for their podcast.

Tweet of the Day Part II
Speaking of Bowditch… Always in good humor, Bowditch is keeping his spirits up despite a nightmare season.

A Different Kind of Therapy

Russell Knox is trying a different physical therapy method. With two wins on the year, who can question him?

LPGA Tour Update

Thailand Sensation Ariya Jutanugarn won the CP Women’s Open in Canada. At -23, Jutanugarn won by four strokes over Sei Young Kim. The victory is Jutanugarn’s fifth of the year, with all five coming in her last 10 events.

The LPGA Tour will stay in Canada another week for the Manulife LPGA Classic. It is the last event before the last major of the year, The Evian Championship on September 15th.

Equipment Update

Between Patrick Reed, Thomas Pieters, and others, it was a great weekend for reps of Callaway Golf.

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