Updates from Championship Sunday at the 2022 FedEx St. Jude Championship

It is Championship Sunday at the 2022 FedEx St. Jude Championship, and as expected, we are in for an afternoon filled with drama and world-class golf action. Starting the morning off, we saw over 25 golfers start the Championship round within five strokes of the leaders; we also saw news from the PGA Tour had assessed Cameron Smith a two-stroke penalty for a break of Rule 14.7 ( playing a ball from the wrong place) on hole No.4 during the third round as he was operating under Rule 17.1 ( when a ball is in penalty area). Smith’s score was adjusted. Smith would start his Championship round at nine under par instead of 11 under par.

Cameron Smith – PGATour.com

From there, the Championship round of the 2022 FedEx St. Jude Championship got underway, and we were off in what is to come as one of the most memorable Championship rounds in the history of the Tournament.

We started the morning with Justin Thomas catching lightning in a bottle and making a run up the leaderboard to add pressure to the already crowded leaderboard.

Justin Thomas – The Mitch Davis Show

Elsewhere around the Course here at TPC Southwind, the scuttlebutt continues to be the comparison between the PGA Tour and LIV Golf. For us, that conversation will come after the 2022 FedEx St. Jude Championship because Sunday is about celebrating the week and enjoying the spotlight of having a Playoff event in Memphis, Tennessee. From my vantage point so far today, I would not be shocked to see attendance numbers being broken today. Using Saturday as the guiding force, Memphians have shown out in droves to support the summer tradition of the FedEx St. Jude Championship.

No matter who comes out on top of the mess on the leaderboard, one thing is for certain, as the day progresses, Golf fans all over the world will be in for a treat as the 2022 FedEx Championship ends this afternoon. It’s been a fun Tournament so far, but the best is yet to come this afternoon.

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