Miguel Angel Jimenez registered a two-shot victory in the opening event of the PGA Tour Champions’ season-ending play-offs.
Dominion Energy Charity Classic
The Spaniard won the weather-delayed Dominion Energy Charity Classic on Monday, posting a course record-equalling 63 to pull ahead of nearest challenger Tommy Tolles.
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Jimenez carded nine birdies on a bogey-free final day at the County Club of Virginia to end the week on 18 under, with overnight leader Tolles eagling the last to finish runner-up ahead of Colin Montgomerie.
Starting the day two strokes back, Jimenez moved ahead with four birdies in a six-hole stretch from the fourth and posted back-to-back gains from the 11th to extend his advantage.
The 55-year-old added further birdies at the 14th and 15th before sealing victory by picking up a shot at the par-five last, lifting him to 10th in the season-long standings with two play-off events remaining.
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