Published: Tue, April 23, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Taiwan's Pan wins 2019 PGA Heritage title

Taiwan's Pan wins 2019 PGA Heritage title

Kuchar went from 16th to 12th after his fourth finish of second or better this season, while Ian Poulter moved up four spots to No. 26 after a T-10 finish.

Lowry led the first 48 holes before making three bogeys on his final six holes in a 71. He came up short on a sand shot on the 13th hole and took bogey. The Irishman was seeking his first victory on American soil for almost four years, and established a two-stroke lead following three early birdies.

Kuchar had a 67, Cantlay and Piercy had 69s and Lowry a 70.

Pan headed to the practice range after his round to keep ready in case of a playoff, then raised his arms in triumph when told he'd won.

Pan has now set his sights on the PGA Championship in May, the Players next March, and the 2020 Masters, according to Golfweek, a USA website that covers major professional golf tours.

Chinese Taipei's Pan Cheng-tsung held off Americans Matt Kuchar and Patrick Cantlay to win his first US PGA Tour title on Sunday (April 21), capturing the Heritage tournament by one stroke. - Sam Burns used a final round of 1-under par 70 to bring his four-day, 72-hole total to a 8-under 276 that earned him a ninth-place finish at the RBC Heritage.

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"At times it was really hard to judge the wind but I felt like I played really solid all day, gave myself a lot of opportunities".

DULUTH, Ga. (AP) - Scott McCarron completed a wire-to-wire victory in the Mitsubishi Electric Classic for his third victory at TPC Sugarloaf.

"It means everything and it means the world to me", he said.

Johnson waved to the stands on the 18th when he closed with a birdie.

He put his tee shot into the water on the par-3 14th for a second straight bogey. The victor of the PGA Tour defunct BellSouth Classic at the course in 1997 and 2001, McCarron closed with a 1-under 72 for a two-stroke victory over Jerry Kelly, Joe Durant, Kirk Triplett and Kent Jones in the PGA Tour Champions event.

Kelly birdied the final two holes for a 67. Shelton closed with a 69 to join him at 15-under 273. Johnson entered the final round at 10 under, but he shot a 6-over round of 77 and finished tied for 28th.

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