PGA Tour Champions: Bernhard Langer continues dominance at Oasis Championship

Jul 1, 2018; Colorado Springs, CO, USA; Bernhard Langer hits his second shot out of the bunker on the first hole during the final round of the U.S. Senior Open golf tournament at Broadmoor. Mandatory Credit: Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports Isaiah J. Downing/USA TODAY Sports

PGA Tour Champions: Bernhard Langer continues dominance at Oasis Championship

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PGA Tour Champions: Bernhard Langer continues dominance at Oasis Championship

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PGA Tour Champions

WHAT: Oasis Championship
WHERE: The Old Course at Broken Sound, Boca Raton, Fla.
WINNER: Bernhard Langer
MONEY: $255,000
SCORE: 19-under 197
BUZZ: Langer cruised to victory with a bogey-free, 7-under 65 in the final round, including a birdie at 18 for a 5-shot win. It was Langer’s second start of the season coming off a T-3 at last month’s Mitsubishi Electric Championship and included just one bogey over 54 holes. The 61-year-old German is three months removed from his fifth career Charles Schwab Cup title and wasted no time getting a jump start on 2019. He birdied five of his first seven holes in Sunday’s third and final round to blow past the field and pick up his 39th PGA Tour Champions victory. Langer has 10 wins in the past two years alone and is just six wins shy of Hale Irwin’s record 45 senior victories. … Marco Dawson finished alone in second at 14 under, and Bob Estes was third at 13 under. Gwk

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