Holding the top of the final group stage with -19, Robert Streb had to fight two extra holes to win the PGA Tour event in Sea Island, Georgia.
Streb kept the top leaderboard 54 holes at -17 and took a three-stroke lead. Following him are six players in the range of five strokes, including Kevin Kisner – the 2015 champion and Zach Johnson – a local with two major in 12 PGA Tour titles.
In the lower stage on Seaside, par70 on November 22, Streb cleared bogey and scored two birdies after nine holes. But Kisner approached him with four birdies in the same passage. And Johnson seemed to be out of doors because of triple bogey hole 8. After the first half of the leg, the title contest was only Streb and Kisner.
From hole 1 to hole 15, Kisner changed the game, and led back with three birdies. And Streb, in this section, two misses, both 1.8 meters away from hole – keep par of hole 13 and look for birdie of hole 15. However, Kisner seems to be stepping in place because of the par in all three holes. . He finished first at -19.
Meanwhile, Streb, the last group match, brought the game back to balance thanks to a par3 hole birdie 17 by swinging the 6 iron to pin the ball on the green, 3.6 meters away from the target. At 18 par4, he has pressure to keep par 2.4 meters away because he does not go to the standard green. The successful closing of the hole helped the golfer born in 1987 keep hope for the cup competition.
Streb and Kisner decided to win and lose in hole 18. In the first round, Kisner went green according to the “2 on” standard, 4.5 meters from the target and possibly birdie. Streb hits the sand trap so it’s “3 on”. Despite the advantage, Kisner put the ball in the air. Streb held par with a 2.4 meter putt.
Back at the beginning of hole 18, Streb played into the rough on the left side of the fairway, Kisner stuck the rough on the right. 158 yards away, Streb used a pitching wedge to bounce the ball onto the green. It stops near the rim of the pit.
Kisner crossed the green in the second, then needed a straight chip into the hole to pull Streb into the third sub hole. But he waved the ball six meters above his target. At this point, a putt holding his par is just a procedure.
Streb won $ 1,188 million for the second RSM Classic champion. This is also the second title after 213 PGA Tour events. With this victory, Streb got tickets to the major Masters in April 2021 and the PGA Tour membership card until the end of August 2023.
At the RSM Classic six years ago, Streb was five at the top of the table when he was on the last leg, then hit 63 to enter the treble playoff and then a birdie championship in the second sub-hole.
Before Streb, from the beginning of this season, PGA Tour recorded many golfers thirsty for titles after many years. Stewart Cink won the Safeway Open in September – first in 11 years, Martin Laird at the Shriners Open in October after seven years, and later that month was Brian Gay at the Bermuda Championship on a similar wait.
And 11 recent events recorded five players outside the top 300 in the world before the opening round to win the championship on the closing day. Streb is the newest of these because before RSM Classic, he ranked 380.
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