Stewart Cink wrapped up the wire-to-wire victory Sunday on the RBC Heritage, profitable for the second time this season. Here’s the whole lot you might want to know:
Leaderboard: Stewart Cink (-19), Harold Varner III (-15), Emiliano Grillo (-15), Maverick McNealy (-13), Corey Conners (-13), Matt Fitzpatrick (-13), Chris Kirk (-12), Collin Morikawa (-12)
What it means: Despite beginning his week by yanking his first tee shot into the water and making bogey, Cink shortly took management, led wire to wire and on Sunday afternoon received for the second time this season. The final time Cink received greater than as soon as in a single season was 2004. The 47-year-old veteran now has eight PGA Tour wins in his profession.
What it occurred: Cink entered the ultimate spherical with a five-shot cushion, so his victory wasn’t in a lot doubt. He solely carded two birdies, on Nos. 5 and 17, however he additionally dropped just one shot – for the week he made simply three bogeys. No participant received inside three photographs of Cink on Sunday.
Round of the day: Varner piped his opening tee shot Sunday out of bounds but rebounded to shoot 5-under 66.
Shot of the day: One of Grillo’s 4 birdies got here on the par-3 seventh, the place Grillo almost aced it earlier than tapping in a straightforward 2-footer for birdie.
Biggest disappointment: Morikawa. After starting the day by holing a 16-footer for birdie, Morikawa made only one different birdie the remaining of the way in which. He bogeyed Nos. 2 and 4, the latter coming after a missed 3-footer, to primarily finish his shot at monitoring down Cink.