Bernhard Langer closed with an 8-under-par 65 on Sunday in the PGA Tour Champions Tucson Conquistadores Classic won by Tom Lehman to break Edmond resident Gil Morgan’s 17-year-old PGA TOUR Champions record for consecutive sub-par rounds. Langer’s 65 gave him 32 in succession dating back to last year. His streak began with a 3-under-par 69 in the first round of the Boeing Classic in August.
Fellow Oak Tree National member Bob Tway made the third hole-in-one of his PGA TOUR Champions career when he aced No. 4 Sunday. Tway used an 8-iron on the 167-yard hole. Tway’s other holes-in-one on PGA TOUR Champions both came in 2010 at the Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf and the Ensure Classic at Rock Barn. He also had seven holes-in-one on the PGA TOUR. Jerry Smith and Rod Spittle both had holes-in-one at this event in 2015.