Victory of the American Keith Mitchell in the last day

 The American Keith Mitchell took advantage of the last day of the Honda Classic of golf, included in the circuit of the PGA, to take the victory in a tournament in which the Spanish Sergio Garcia finished ninth.

Mitchell, who won his first PGA title at the National Palm Beach Gardens, closed with 67 strokes, three under par, his last run, card that took him to the top of the table with a total of 217 strokes.

An impact ended his compatriots Brooks Koepka and Rickie Fowler, while the American Wyndham Clark, leader after the third day, fell empicado until the seventh position after adding 72, two above the pair, in his last outing.

Sergio García finished ninth with a total of 276 (-4) after adding 69 hits on this last day. With three birdies, all in the first half of the field, and two bogeys, he closed his participation in this Florida tournament. (EFE) .-

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