October 20, 2009

Glover Cruises To Title

Lucas Glover shot a 5-under 66 on the second day in Bermuda to win by five shots over Angel Cabrera

Glover had 13 birdies and an eagle in the 36-hole event.

Glover had 13 birdies and an eagle in the 36-hole event.

SOUTHAMPTON, Bermuda (AP) -- U.S. Open champion Lucas Glover has won the PGA Grand Slam of Golf by closing with 5-under 66 to finish five shots ahead of Masters champion Angel Cabrera.

Glover was tied with British Open champion Stewart Cink when they reached the turn at Port Royal Golf Course. The U.S. Open champion birdied the 10th and 11th, while Cink fell back with bogeys on the next two holes.

Glover finished at 11-under 131 and earned $600,000.

Cabrera, who won the Grand Slam two years ago, had a 66 and finished at 136. Cink bogeyed the 18th hole for a 70 to finish another shot back at 137, while PGA champion Y.E. Yang had a 70 and was fourth among the major champions at 1-under 141.