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Moulinari gains Quicken Loans with back-nine flash
On Sunday, Francesco Molinari set off a spectacular 62nd round finale as he crossed over to a first eight-stroke PGA Tour victory at the Quicken Loans National. Mollinari made six birdies and an Adler at TPC Potomac to set a competition-record-a record of 21 under par-and was the first Italian to have won the PGA Tour in 71 years.
Molinari began the stage with a draw for the opening and began to withdraw with birdie on the second and sixth hole, but it was only after the turn that he closed the transaction by putting together a notable run in which he took six rounds in just five of them. An enormous 50-foot Aqua putting on the tenth began the run before Birdie, as he stretched his leading position in the next four holds to achieve a comfort finishing touch.
Woods, who switched putters this weekend, pierced consecutive birds from over 20 ft in 7th and 8th place as he reached his second best goal on track this year. It was Molinari, however, who had the honour of equalising Dustin Johnson for the biggest profit margins on the circuit this year.
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Quicken Loans National is a top-class PGA tournament that has been part of the PGA since 2007. In 2015, the 2015 event was hosted at Robert Trent Jones Golf Club before returning to Congress in 2016, despite the fact that the 2017 event was the first to be hosted by TPC Potomac at Avenel Farm in Maryland.
First Quicken Loans National took place in 2007 and was won by K.J. Choi from Korea with three beats. After winning in 2012, Tiger Woods was the first ever winner of the event more than once, with his first return in 2009.