Stewart Cink shot a consistent, calm 70 to cover off a predominant, record-breaking week and win his third RBC Heritage title on Sunday.
The 47-year-old Cink completed at 19-under 265 at Harbor Town, four better than Emiliano Grillo and Harold Varner III. Grillo shot a 68 while Varner, who had the most elevated completion of his vocation, discharged a 66.
Cink embraced his child and caddie, Reagan, after his end standard on the eighteenth green. He, his spouse Lisa and their other child, Connor, all had their arms around one another to celebrate.
“I couldn’t say whether I have the words,” Stewart Cink said.
He won for the second time this season — just he and Bryson DeChambeau have done that — and proceeded with his resurgence on the PGA Tour when numerous masters his age are looking forward to the PGA Tour Champions.
Not Cink, who broke a 12-year winless streak at the Safeway Open in September and added five more top-20 wraps up, including a tie for twelfth a week ago at the Masters.
He won $1.278 million, almost as much as the $1.404 million for his two past triumphs at Harbor Town joined.
Cink is likewise the fourth player to win twice in a similar PGA Tour season subsequent to turning 47. Sam Snead, Julius Boros and Kenny Perry, who achieved it twice, are the others.
Cink put on act for the ages — breaking the most minimal 36-opening score at Harbor Town of 13-under 129 shared by Jack Nicklaus and Phil Mickelson. Cink additionally broke the 54-opening scoring characteristic of 16-under 197 that Justin Leonard had in his 2002 success.
Cink conveyed a five-shot lead into the last round and tried all chasers to come get him. No one made a run at Cink, who drove by at any rate three shots all through.