St Jude Classic: England's Greg Owen beaten by Fabian Gomez

Greg Owen
Nottinghamshire-born Owen is now based in Florida and has played regularly on the PGA Tour since 2005
FedEx St Jude Classic final leaderboard
-13 F Gomez (Arg) -9 G Owen (Eng) -8 P Mickelson (US), S-Y Noh (Kor), M Thompson (US), M Jones (Aus), B Koepka (US) Selected others: -7 R Knox (Sco) -3 L Donald (Eng)+2 M Laird (Sco), B Davis (Eng)

England's Greg Owen missed out on his first PGA Tour title after being outgunned in the final round of the St Jude Classic by Argentine Fabian Gomez.

Owen, 43, was the overnight leader alongside Gomez and carded a level-par 70 in the final round at TPC Southwind.

But Owen finished four shots adrift after the 37-year-old Argentine shot 66 to clinch his maiden PGA Tour victory.

Gomez dropped two shots behind Owen after seven holes, but pulled level at the turn and led from the 11th.

Five-time major winner Phil Mickelson, 44, finished in a five-way tie for third at eight under.

The American, who has won three Masters titles, one Open and one US PGA Championship, is aiming to complete the career Grand Slam of majors at this week's US Open.

Mickelson, a six-time US Open runner-up, joins a field of 156 at Chambers Bay in the state of Washington from Thursday.

The BBC Sport website will have live text updates of all four days of the US Open.

The American, a six-time runner-up in the US Open, is aiming for a career Grand Slam at the second major of the season, which begins at Chambers Bay in the state of Washington on Thursday.

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