Berger wins at St. Jude Classic for second straight year

Sydneysider Jones, who began his round on the 10th, couldn't rediscover the first-round radar with his approach shots, but played some exquisite chips and clutch putts around several greens to maintain his challenge.

Scott, meanwhile, was closer to the cut line than the lead for much of the day, but he stormed home with an eagle and two birdies in the final five holes to jump to equal 11th.

"I'm one-for-one defending titles, so that's a pretty good stat", he joked after securing his second PGA Tour victory at the age of 24.

Thornberry shot a 65 and became the first amateur to finish in the top 10 at the St. Jude Classic since 1965.

Schwartzel had a 66 while Munoz finished the round with a 67.

Stewart Cink, Ben Crane and Rafa Cabrera Bello started Sunday with a one-shot lead on a crowded leaderboard that included 12 players within three shots of the lead.

Kim had a birdie at No. 15 to move to 9 under and into a three-way tie with Berger and Schwartzel before finishing with three pars in his round of 67. "I am going to keep my game sharp the next couple of days but it's not looking good", he said regarding his chances of playing in the US Open. Unfortunately for the future Hall of Famer, a triple-bogey seven on the par-4 12th hole knocked him out of contention.

CHAMPIONS: Brandt Jobe won the Principal Charity Classic by one shot in Des Moines, Iowa, shooting 69 to finish at 14-under 202 for his first victory since taking a tournament in Japan in 1998. He's now ranked 137th after 12 events this year, but he has four top-25 finishes including a recent T13 at the Texas Open to help his confidence.

"It was nearly like I was a rookie today because I saw".

Lexi Thompson buckled down the stretch and missed a four-foot putt to win in regulation, forcing her to return to the 18th tee with Jutanugarn and Chun for a playoff.

Five-time major champion Phil Mickelson (68) finished three shots adrift after grabbing the lead at one point during the final round.