Sunday , July 16, 2017 - 7:14 PM1 comment
Despite bogeys on the 6th and 14th holes, the 33-year-old from Missouri birdied on eight holes to finish the fourth round 6-under par, bringing him to 21-under for the tournament.
Ancer birdied on 10 holes Sunday to finish the fourth round 8-under par and move up 28 spots on the leaderboard. In the fourth round, Cook finished 6-under, and Oppenheim finished 2-under.
South African golfer Jacques Blaauw fired a 10-under on Saturday to tie with Oppenheim for first after three rounds. But Blaauw slipped down the leaderboard Sunday, finishing 19-under for the tournament to tie for fifth place with Americans Nate Lashley, Blake Adams and Denny McCarthy and Canadian Ben Silverman.
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