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Riley wins Charles Schwab, Scheffler finishes 5 back

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Davis Riley led the Charles Schwab Challenge from the second round to the final hole, prevailing by five strokes over Scottie Scheffler and Keegan Bradley on Sunday.

Riley was paired with Scheffler, the world's No. 1 player, for Round 4 and fired an even-par 70 on the final day after Saturday's 66 and Friday's 64. He sunk four birdies but also bogeyed four holes Sunday. Riley led by four strokes entering the final round.

Scheffler hit only seven of 14 fairways and didn't birdie a hole until No. 13 on Sunday. Colin Morikawa was the only player to finish all four rounds under par.

Place Player Round 4 Score Total to Par
1 Davis Riley 70 -14
T2 Scottie Scheffler 71 -9
T2 Keegan Bradley 67 -9
4 Collin Morikawa 68 -8
T5 Mac Meissner 68 -5
T5 Sepp Straka 70 -5
T5 Pierceson Coody 74 -5
T5 Hayden Buckley 74 -5
T9 David Lipsky 71 -4
T9 Sungjae Im 72 -4
T9 Robby Shelton 74 -4
T12 Lucas Glover 67 -3
T12 Chandler Phillips 69 -3
T12 Lee Hodges 69 -3
T12 J.T. Poston 71 -3
T12 Adam Scott 71 -3

Riley won his second PGA TOUR title after claiming the Zurich Classic of New Orleans with partner Nick Hardy in April 2023. Riley also earned a pair of victories on the Korn Ferry Tour.

The 27-year-old drained a six-foot par putt on No. 18 to claim the tournament title Sunday.

Scheffler earned his 11th top-10 finish in 12 events this year and his third consecutive top-three finish at Colonial.

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