The Web.com Tour’s early-season international swing concludes at this week’s El Bosque Mexico Championship presented by INNOVA, contested at El Bosque CC in Leon.
This marks the fourth consecutive year the Tour has competed in Leon. Last year’s event was won by Wes Roach, who fired a four-round total of 17-under 271, four strokes better than Patton Kizzire and Kevin Tway.
The path to the PGA TOUR isn't easy. But the Web.com Tour helped players like Smylie Kaufman and Harold Varner III get there.
Web.com Tour fans were treated to low scores aplenty at last week’s Brasil Champions presented by Embrase, where Andrew Svoboda posted 23-under to defeat Bhavik Patel by a stroke.
The Tour now proceeds to Cartagena, Colombia, for the final South American stop of 2016, the Servientrega Championship Presented by Efecty at TPC Cartagena.
RIO GRANDE, Puerto Rico (AP) -- Tony Finau won the Puerto Rico Open at Coco Beach on Sunday for his first PGA TOUR title, beating Steve Marino with a birdie on the third hole of a playoff at windy Coco Beach Golf and Country Club.
The 26-year-old Finau won with his third straight birdie in the playoff on the par-5 18th, blasting out of the back bunker to 3 feet.
"I think I'm still a little bit overwhelmed," Finau said. "It probably hasn't all sunk in."
BROUSSARD, La. – George Bryan IV has been caddying for his brother Wesley this season, and he’s enjoying the experience. But as a former collegiate standout at the University of South Carolina, just like his brother, George had been itching to compete against Wesley in a tournament proper (although they compete all the time during Web.com Tour off-weeks).
After a five-week hiatus, the Web.com Tour kicks off its domestic slate at the Chitimacha Louisiana Open presented by NACHER at Le Triomphe G&CC in Broussard, Louisiana, just outside Lafayette. This year marks the 25th playing of the event, one that has assumed a special place in the hearts of Tour players for its unwavering hospitality and small-town charm.