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BENTON HARBOR, Mich. — South Africa’s Ernie Els is still hunting for his first senior major golf championship after winning two U.S. Opens and two Open Championships during a World Hall of Fame golf career.

Australia’s Greg Chalmers and England’s Richard Bland are just trying to find success as senior golfers, period.

Sunday morning at 9:38, the three golfers will make up the final pairing of the final 84 th  KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship to be played at Jack Nicklaus’ par-71, 6,706-yard Golf Club of Harbor Shores, all of them seeking a career-defining senior victory. 

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But if Mother Nature cooperates, they are certain to have plenty of competition for the year’s second senior major victory.

 On a sunny, cool and blustery Saturday just off the shores of Lake Michigan, the 51-year-old Bland, the LIV Tour member playing on a special exemption from the PGA of America who had shared or owned the lead after the first two rounds, gave it up to the 50-year-old Chalmers, a left-hander, and the popular 54-year-old Els, a 6-foot-3 golfer known around the world as “The Big Easy.”

Bland fell out of the lead after he struggled to a three-over 74 for a three-round total of nine-under 204, one stroke behind Chalmers, who zoomed up 12 spots on the leaderboard with his five-under 66, and Els, who shot a two-under 69 to earn his share of the lead at 10-under 203.

“I’ve been looking forward to this opportunity,” said Chalmers, who turned 50 last October but doesn’t have full status on the PGA Champions Tour though he has played in four events and earned $169,888 thanks to a pair of Top 10 finishes. “I need this challenge. I’m looking forward to seeing how I do tomorrow and how I play … see if I can embrace it with both hands and play some good golf.”

Saturday, the 6-foot Chalmers, who hails from Sydney, Australia, but lives in Colleyville, Texas, showed plenty of moxie at Harbor Shores with seven birdies — five in a row beginning at hole No. 6 — and just two bogeys. 

“Probably the highlight … was the seventh hole,” Chalmers said of his birdie 3 on the hole that overlooks Lake Michigan. “I hit a 5-iron from about 180 yards into the wind to about four feet. So that gives me a lot of confidence when I start to see that kind of ball control.”

Chalmers and the 84 others who made the cut at three-over may need that kind of confidence Sunday. Because of a stormy afternoon forecast, tee times were moved up to 7:15 in the morning off both the first and 10 th  tees with hopes of finishing play before 2 p.m. when the bad stuff was scheduled to arrive.

“I thought conditions were tougher today than yesterday (when play was halted by a Friday afternoon storm),” Els said Saturday after finishing his two-under-par round of 69 with a birdie at the 417-yard 18 th  hole where he hit a pitching-wedge approach from 136 yards to six feet. It was one of six birdies on the day for Els, who survived four bogeys.

 “Yeah, I’m fortunate enough to be up there,” Els continued. “You’ve got to just grind. It’s that type of week. It’s a difficult course — it can be if you get out of position. You got to take your medicine. You’ve got to play conservatively here and there. I’m a shot-maker, so I feel it (the course) suits me. I can hit fades and draws into the greens. Then you’ve just got to make the putts.”

Bland, who for the three days has hit the ball mostly well from tee to green, made just two birdies but had five bogeys in his three-over 74.

“I just didn’t have it today,” Bland said. “I’ve been around enough to know that you’re going to have some poor days. Hopefully try and play better tomorrow.”

Bland finds himself tied at nine-under with 55-year-old Chris DiMarco, who has good vibes about playing in southwestern Michigan. Back in 1988 as a University of Florida golfer, DiMarco won the Western Amateur at nearby Point O’Woods. 

Saturday, DiMarco, with wife Amy toting the bag, shot an even-par 71 that included two birdies and two bogeys. One of the latter came at the 552-yard, par-5 10 th  where DiMarco drove into the dense left rough, eventually reached the green with his fifth shot and then made a seven-footer to save bogey 6.

“I kind of stole a shot there, to tell you the truth,” DiMarco said. “Amy is the best caddie I’ve had because she’s so positive.” Her advice on 10? “Let’s get it in the fairway; stop hitting in the rough,” DiMarco cracked.

DiMarco will be paired with Australian left-hander Green, who shot a one-under 70 and was eight-under 205, a stroke ahead of PGA club professional Jason Caron from Mill River Club on Long Island, N.Y. Caron shot a four-under 67 Saturday in a round that included five birdies and an eagle 2 at the 422-yard seventh, holing out a 5-hybrid from 173 yards. That came a day after Caron double-bogeyed the hole.

 Joining Caron at seven-under 206 were three other golfers — Australia’s Scott Hend (70); 51-year-old Stewart Cink (71) of Atlanta, winner of the 2009 Open Championship; and defending Senior PGA champion Steve Stricker of Madison, Wis., who is seeking an eighth senior major title. 

Stricker, who shot 71, and his caddy/daughter Bobbi went right to the driving range to work out his struggles from a round which included an eagle, three birdies and five bogeys, including a bogey at the 426-yard 16 th  which he has played in four-over for three days.

The best round of the day belonged to 66-year-old Bernhard Langer of Germany, who is using a golf cart after undergoing surgery for a torn Achilles tendon suffered playing pickleball 3½ months ago. Langer didn’t know until Saturday morning that he made the three-over cut until fellow players Fred Funk and Marco Dawson got word for him. Langer came out to shoot the day’s best round of six-under 65, moving up from T70 to T20 and was at three-under 210.

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BENTON HARBOR, Mich. — What could be the final KitchenAid Senior PGA Championship started Thursday with a Shootout at the Jack Nicklaus Corral — Harbor Shores.

When a wonderful day for scoring — clear, cool skies with little wind — was done and the sun was setting over Lake Michigan, 50 of the 155 players in the field for the year’s second major for the 50-and-over crowd shot under par 71 at the 6,970-yard Nicklaus design. Two unexpected golfers — Australian left-hander Richard Green and England’s Richard Bland — shared the overnight lead at 7-under 64.

“I think we had as good a day as we’re going to have this week,” said the 53-year-old Green, who is 26th on the PGA Champions Tour with $305,353, after his morning round which included an eagle on the 582-yard, par-5 fifth hole, six birdies (three in a row starting at No. 9) and just one hiccup, a bogey at the 410-yard sixth. “As good a day as you’re going to get really this close to Lake Michigan.”

The 6-foot-4 Green, a former “Sweet 16” qualifier in the 1992 Western Amateur down the road at Point O’Woods, will get no argument from the 51-year-old Bland, a member of LIV Golf who was playing in his inaugural PGA Champions Tour event.

“It’s nice to start the senior career with 7 under,” Bland said after his round which started with a five-under 30 on the back nine with birdies at 11, 12 and 18 and an eagle at the 538-yard 15th hole before he birdied Nos. 5 and 6 on the front before scrambling for pars at Nos. 8 and 9.

“There’s still a long way to go,” Bland quickly added. “We’re all here, we’ve been around the block enough. All it is is a good start.”

Green and Bland were two strokes ahead of five golfers, including defending KitchenAid Senior PGA champion Steve Stricker, who at one point was tied for the morning lead at seven-under but double-bogeyed the par-4, 425-yard 16th hole.

Stricker settled for a morning round of five-under 66 matched by Canadian lefthander Mike Weir and South Korea’s K.J. Choi. In the afternoon, they were joined by Iowa club professional Jeff Schmid and Scott Dunlap, who bogeyed the 570-yard, par-5 ninth or he would have had third by himself.

There were another five golfers who shot four-under 67s – Fiji’s Vijay Singh and Japan’s Katsumasa Miyamoto, Northern Ireland’s Darren Clarke and Americans Brian Gay and Stewart Cink.

The 55-year-old Clarke, who won the 2011 Open Championship and often shows his Irish emotions, knew the Nicklaus design was there for the taking Thursday and made sure he did in a round which included five birdies and just one hiccup, a bogey at the 416-yard 12th.

“The golf course is great — tests all aspects of your game,” said Clarke, who called himself “a mental midget” and shared a laugh. “But I was pretty calm today. It’s one of those courses that patience is required. If I’m not wrong, I hit every club in my bag. Not all golf courses ask you to do that. This one does.”

The 51-year-old Cink, still seeking his first victory as a senior, was paired in a featured morning threesome with Stricker and England’s Paul Broadhurst, the 2018 champion here with a record 19-under 265 score. After starting with a bogey at the first hole, Cink eagled the 582-yard fifth, birdied the sixth and then eagled the 570-yard ninth on his way to a 67.

“I hit some beautiful second shots on the par 5s and was able to get inside 10 feet for two eagle putts and made them both,” said Cink, who finished tied for third with Stricker in their last senior major, the Regions Tradition, two Sundays ago.

Stricker, who hasn’t won in his last seven starts on the senior circuit, had seven birdies in his first official 15 holes at Harbor Shores with daughter Bobbi carrying his clubs. But a poor tee shot at the par-4, 425-yard 16th cost him dearly.

“You know you have to commit to a lot of things out here, and a lot of shots that may make you feel a little uncomfortable,” Stricker said. “(I) put a bad swing on it at 16, hit it into the penalty area. And (that) then should have been a bogey at worst but messed up the second shot there, too. All in all, a good day — seven birdies, putted well, gave myself some opportunities, and it was a good start.”

Among those who will need to play better Friday to make the low 70 and ties who make it to the weekend play (there are 84 golfers at one-over or better) are Germany’s Bernhard Langer and Ireland’s Padraig Harrington.

The 66-year-old Langer, who is just 3½ months removed from Achilles tendon surgery and had the use of a cart, opened with a three-over 74 and was tied for 98th with Harrington, who is playing with a stiff neck. They were one shot ahead of Broadhurst, who shot 75 on his arthritic ankle which also required a cart.

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Pro-golfer Grayson Murray died Saturday, PGA officials said. The two-time PGA Tour winner was 30 years old. 

"We were devastated to learn – and are heartbroken to share – that PGA TOUR player Grayson Murray passed away this morning. I am at a loss for words," PGA TOUR Commissioner Jay Monahan said in a statement. "The PGA TOUR is a family, and when you lose a member of your family, you are never the same. We mourn Grayson and pray for comfort for his loved ones."

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Murray - citing an illness - withdrew Friday  during the second round of the 2024 Charles Schwab Challenge in Fort Worth, CBS Sports reported.

PGA officials said grief counselors will be made available at all venues this week and will release more information as it becomes available.

Condolences began to pour out soon after the news of Murray's death was made public. 

"Very sad to hear the news of Grayson Murray's passing today," golfer Bubba Watson posted on X, formerly Twitter on Sunday. "Life is so fragile… I was just hugging you at the Masters, telling you how proud of you I am. Thankful to have known you. My deepest condolences to his family and friends during this difficult time. He will be missed."

Murray won his second PGA TOUR title at this year's Sony Open in Hawaii. He played golf at Wake Forest University, East Carolina University and Arizona State University before turning professional. He won his first title at the 2017 Barbasol Championship when he was 23 years old.

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