The “Surprise the Cat’s All-American U.S Open Golf Challenge” Has a Winner!
Here we are on the Monday after Championship Sunday, and both the U. S. Open Surprise the Cat’s Challenge have a winner. As far as the challenge was concerned, the rules were rather simple; you can see the details in the original post.
Realistically, determining the winner of the Surprise the Cat All-American U.S. Open Challenge started with a wide-open field and came down to two players, both on the course and here. Our top two finishers started Sunday separated by four strokes. But since their “fantasy foursomes” shared three players – Colin Morikawa, Jon Rahm, and Scottie Scheffler – this challenge came down to a horse race between Rory McIlroy and Justin Thomas. Mike McClellan started Sunday close in walkingoffthechessboard‘s rear-view mirror, but as Championship Sunday played out, he wasn’t going to be caught.
As for some facts on the Challenege:
The Low Amateur – Travis Vick – 288
The Player Most Picked: Jon Rahm (picked by 5 players)
Best Score Nobody Had: The Champion – Matt Fitzpatrick – 274
Worst Popular Score: Cameron Smith – 326 (picked by 3 players)
Tie-Breaker #1: Champions’ Total Score – 266: Actual Actual – 274
Tie-Breaker #2: Total Score for the Low Amateur – 290 Actual – 288
13)Surprise The Cat: Total Score – 1259
Dustin Johnson – 284 Finished T-24th
Shane Lowry – 324 Missed Cut
Sung-Jae Im – 324 Missed Cut
Viktor Hovland – 327 Missed Cut
Tie-Breaker #1: Champions’ Total Score – 262 Actual – 274
Tie-Breaker #2: Total Score for the Low Amateur – 287 Actual – 288
14)Arian:Total Score – 1263
Seamus Power – 281 Finished 12th
Luke List – 325 Missed Cut
Alex Noren – 326 Missed Cut
Phil Mickelson – 331 Missed Cut
Tie-Breaker #1: Champions’ Total Score – 270 Actual – 274
Tie-Breaker #2: Total Score for the Low Amateur – 270 Actual – 288
Stay tuned…because football season is right around the corner. Where’s there’s football, there will be another of our sports challenges!
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