RIDJELAND, SC (AB) – Carrick Hiko won the Banqueto Championship on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory, with captain Season Hadley losing a two-shot lead with boogie in his final three holes.
The 22-year-old South African shot 68 people under the age of 3 and finished his second career under 11 at the PGA Tour event. Get more ready to see him. This win, with 3 1,314,000, gives him PGA Tour status for the 2022-2023 season.
“It’s amazing,” Hiko said. “I was patient all week.”
It was a heart-breaking finish for Hadley, who was in control with three holes by the time he was 13 years old. But he went to a waste area on the 16th and could not get up and go up because he could not find the 17th and 18th greens.
“I can only imagine what it was like on TV because it looks so bad from my point of view,” Hadley said. “I mean, I can’t keep it on the planet.”
Hadley scored 75, 65-66-68. Hudson was under 10 with Swaford (66), Doug Redman (67), Jonathan Vegas (67), Tyrell Hutton (68) and Bo Van Belt (68).
After the front-nine, an eagle on the Hyco Bar-512 and Birdie on the 14th came in at 11 – two shots behind Hadley.
From 10 feet into the 71st hole, Hiko could not find his way with his first two shots.
When Hiko equalized on the 18th, he left to wait for a possible playoff. Turns out, he doesn’t need extra reps because Hadley missed a 10-footer to give the rising youngster his first signature win.
Hiko took off his sunglasses and smiled as he announced his victory, then hugged his caddy to celebrate.
Dustin Johnson in the rankings came into the hatch with a shot after the birds in holes 10, 12 and 13 and took a run late in the round. His chances ended with a triple bogey in the 16th hole, and he tied for 10th with 70 runs.
Von Belt brought the bird under 12 on the 15th and then returned it on the 16th with a bogey.
Swaford is approaching to play in the US Open next week. A win at the Congolese Golf Club would mean a cross country flight for the Tory Pines. He also came close and was within two shots before finishing fourth.
The match in Congari was filled for the RBC Canadian Open, which was canceled for the second time due to Kovit-19.
The run closed the golf course like never before in the state of Palmetto.
This was followed by Stewart Singh winning his third RBC Heritage title at the Harbor Town Golf Links in April and last month, with 50-year-old Bill Mickelson becoming the biggest winner at the PGA Championship on Kia Island.