With a card of 67 (-4), Taylor Moore wins the Valspar Championship by doubling all the contenders for the title. With his total of -10, he is one stroke ahead of Adam Schenk and two strokes over Jordan Spieth and Tommy Fleetwood. This is his first victory on the PGA Tour. Victor Perez finishes 45th at +2 for the tournament.

Taylor Moore winner of the Valspar Championship

Taylor Moore winner of the Valspar Championship – Credits: PGA Tour

The Valspar Championship took some time to decide who would be the winner of the event. On the difficult course of the Innisbrook Resort in Florida, it was necessary to play -10 to claim the victory. Slightly behind the leaders after three laps, Taylor Moore moved up the leaderboard quietly thanks to a card of 67 (-4). He signs five birdies for a bogey.

Thanks to this card, Taylor Moore is one shot ahead of Adam Schenk leader for much of the tournament. Adam Schenk scores a fatal bogey on the 18th, which misses the play-off. After an unfortunate drive at the foot of a tree, Schenk plays a left-handed refocusing shot! He misses the by synonymous of play-off and ends at -9.

Jordan Spieth also fails on his last three holes. -10 at the start of the 16th, a ball in the water costs him a bogey. The Texan misses a birdie putt on the 17th before signing a new bogey on the 18th. He finished 3rd in the event at -8 alongside Tommy Fleetwood.

At 29, Taylor Moore won her first PGA Tour victory by lifting the Valsapar Championship trophy.

After passing the Cut thanks to cards of 70 (-1) and 71 (PAR), Victor Perez suffered during the moving day with a score of 75 (+4). His last lap in 70 (-1) allowed him to gain 14 places to finish in 45th place.

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