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Senior PGA final-round scoring: on the par-4 18th, four birdies and 38 bogeys

Senior PGA final-round scoring: on the par-4 18th, four birdies and 38 bogeys

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Mike Weir finished his week in Tulsa with a par on the 18th hole. During Sunday’s final round, the par-4 18th statistically was Southern Hills’ most difficult hole.

Sunday’s easiest, toughest holes

A review of the scoring during the final round of the KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship:

Most difficult hole

No. 18, par-4, 460 yards

Average score: 4.5674 strokes

Birdies: four

Bogeys: 38

Double bogeys: 15

Easiest hole No. 13, par-5, 529 yards

Average score: 4.474 strokes

Birdies: 39

Bogeys: four

Double bogeys: none

Overall field

First round average score: 74.231

Second round average score: 73.801

Third round average score: 73.103

Final round scoring average: 71.461


Round 1: 1,695 pars, 274 birdies, 729 bogeys, 94 double bogeys

Round 2: 1,680 pars, 285 birdies, 689 bogeys, 80 double bogeys

Round 3: 862 pars, 167 birdies, 342 bogeys, 27 double bogeys

Round 4: 822 pars, 239 birdies, 307 bogeys, 28 double bogeys

Breaking down the field, plus the guy who saw Babe Didrikson Zaharias play.


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I joined the Tulsa World in 1990. Prior to becoming a sports columnist in 2016, I was the only sports writer in Tulsa World history to have covered OU, OSU, the University of Tulsa and Oral Roberts sports on an everyday basis. Phone: 918-581-8397

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