American Stewart Cink did his best in the final round of the RBC Heritage Championship. He won with a solid advantage on Sunday in Hilton Head, South Carolina.
Cink took a serious choice in the game, scoring 63 goals in the first two rounds on Thursday and Friday. On the last day of work, he raised two little birds.
His compatriots Harold Wana III (66) and Argentine Emiliano Grillo (68) came in second but delayed by four strokes. Canadian Corey Conners (68) performed better than the previous day, when he participated in 72 games. Therefore, he took the fourth step with a score of 271 (-13), with British Matt Fitzpatrick (68) and American Mavericks McNealy (67).
Another Maple Leaf player Mackenzie Hughes (73) ranked 52nd with 282nd (-2).