Champions Tour

Paul Broadhurst shot an 8-under 63 to win the Senior PGA Championship by 4 strokes and match the 72-hole scoring record.

Broadhurst finished at 19-under 265 at Harbor Shores in Michigan, matching the record by Rocco Mediate at Harbor Shores two years ago. Broadhurst, a 52-year-old from England, won his second senior major following his Senior British Open title in 2016.

Broadhurst led the field with 26 birdies and passed 54-hole co-leaders Tim Petrovic and Scott McCarron with a 31 on the back nine.

Petrovic was runner-up after a 69. McCarron closed with a 70 and tied for third at 14-under 270 with Jerry Kelly (65).

European Tour

Francesco Molinari completed a bogey-free weekend at Wentworth Club in England and closed with a 4-under 68 to win the BMW PGA Championship by 2 shots over Rory McIlroy.

McIlroy, who led by 3 strokes after 36 holes, entered the final round tied for the lead with Molinari. He didn’t make his first birdie until the eighth hole, and by then Molinari already was 2 shots ahead. McIlroy fell 4 shots behind through 10 holes, and only a birdie-birdie finish for a 70 made it look closer than it was.

LPGA Tour

Minjee Lee of Australia birdied the 18th hole to close with a 4-under 68 and win the LPGA Volvik Championship in Ann Arbor by 1 shot over I.K. Kim.

Lee, who turned 22 on Sunday, three-putted for a bogey on No. 17, dropping into a tie with Kim, who finished her round of 67 around the same time. Lee needed a birdie to win on reachable par-5 18th. Her second shot landed a few feet to the right of the green; she chipped to about 3 feet

She made the putt to finish at 16-under 272 at Travis Pointe Country Club.