Sam Burns overcomes 7-shot deficit to win | Round 4 | Charles Schwab | 2022

In the final round of the 2022 Charles Schwab Challenge, Sam Burns carded a 5-under 65 to get to 9-under par and force a playoff with Scottie Scheffler. Burns defeated Scheffler on the first playoff hole to win his fourth PGA TOUR title, third of this season.


Five of the top 10 players in the world will tee it up this week at Colonial Country Club in Fort Worth, Texas, for the Charles Schwab Challenge. After missing his first cut since October 2021 at last week’s PGA Championship, World No.1 Scottie Scheffler will be hoping for a return to the incredible form that has seen him win four times already this season. Defending champion Jason Kokrak will make his return to Texas, as will RBC Heritage winner Jordan Spieth, who narrowly missed out on a victory last year, after shooting 73 in the final round. Fresh from his record-equaling comeback victory at the PGA Championship, Justin Thomas will be full of confidence in Fort Worth, however, he’ll have to significantly improve upon his 2021 performance, which saw him finish 12 shots off the lead in T43, if he is going to taste victory for a second week in a row.

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