RBC Heritage Final Money, Points: Wesley Bryan Earns First Career Win

Wesley Bryan fired a final-round 4-under-par 67 and rallied to win the RBC Heritage by one-stroke over perpetual RBC bridesmaid Luke Donald. The South Carolina native started the day tied for 6th with five players between him and the top of leaderboard, including 54-hole leader Jason Dufner.

 
But after rattling off four consecutive birdies on holes 4 through 7, coupled with poor play from each of the other contenders, Bryan became a legitimate threat to win his home state tournament.

As it became clear he was closing in on his maiden Tour win, the former trick-shot artist was cheered on by the hometown fans, finally grabbing the lead after a birdie on the par-5 15th. From that point, Bryan cruised to even-par over the final three holes to capture his first career PGA Tour title.

Donald, the former world No. 1, shot a 3-under 68 to once again finish runner-up at Harbour Town. It’s the fifth second-place finish for Donald.

Ollie Schniederjans, Patrick Cantlay and William McGirt tied for third at 11-under, two strokes behind Bryan.

In addition to the plaid jacket and trophy, Bryan also earned $1.17 million, 500 FedEx Cup points, and a two-year tour exemption.


Quote of the Day

“When we got to 17 I almost threw up in my mouth.” – Wesley Bryan, on nerves.


Final Money, Points

RBC Heritage, April 16, 2017

POSPLAYERTO PARMONEYFEDEX PTS
1Wesley Bryan-13$1,170,000.00 500
2Luke Donald-12$702,000.00 300
T3Patrick Cantlay-11$338,000.00 145
T3Ollie Schniederjans-11$338,000.00 145
T3William McGirt-11$338,000.00 145
T6Brian Gay-10$217,750.00 92
T6J.J. Spaun-10$217,750.00 92
T6Graham DeLaet-10$217,750.00 92
T9Brian Harman-9$182,000.00 78
T9Bud Cauley-9$182,000.00 78
T11Matt Kuchar-8$114,045.00 54
T11Sam Saunders-8$114,045.00 54
T11Brandt Snedeker-8$114,045.00 54
T11Russell Knox-8$114,045.00 54
T11Sung-hoon Kang-8$114,045.00 54
T11Branden Grace-8$114,045.00 54
T11Ryan Palmer-8$114,045.00 54
T11Ian Poulter-8$114,045.00 54
T11Kevin Kisner-8$114,045.00 54
T11Webb Simpson-8$114,045.00 54
T11Jason Dufner-8$114,045.00 54
T22Adam Hadwin-7$65,000.00 38
T22Francesco Molinari-7$65,000.00 38
T22Billy Hurley III-7$65,000.00 38
T22Nick Taylor-7$65,000.00 38
T26Russell Henley-6$50,050.00 33
T26Rod Pampling-6$50,050.00 33
T26Blayne Barber-6$50,050.00 33
T29Graeme McDowell-5$44,200.00 28
T29Cameron Smith-5$44,200.00 28
T29Tyrrell Hatton-5$44,200.00 0
T32Martin Kaymer-4$35,193.00 0
T32Lucas Glover-4$35,193.00 21
T32Zac Blair-4$35,193.00 21
T32Derek Fathauer-4$35,193.00 21
T32Patton Kizzire-4$35,193.00 21
T32Rafael Campos-4$35,193.00 0
T32Chad Campbell-4$35,193.00 21
T39Kevin Na-3$26,650.00 15
T39Danny Lee-3$26,650.00 15
T39Hideto Tanihara-3$26,650.00 0
T39Johnson Wagner-3$26,650.00 15
T39Jason Bohn-3$26,650.00 15
T44Cheng Tsung Pan-2$17,604.00 9
T44Anirban Lahiri-2$17,604.00 9
T44Marc Leishman-2$17,604.00 9
T44Jonas Blixt-2$17,604.00 9
T44Mark Anderson-2$17,604.00 9
T44Fabian Gomez-2$17,604.00 9
T44Alex Cejka-2$17,604.00 9
T44Bryce Molder-2$17,604.00 9
T44Shane Lowry-2$17,604.00 9
T44Boo Weekley-2$17,604.00 9
T44Keegan Bradley-2$17,604.00 9
T44Peter Malnati-2$17,604.00 9
T56Charles Howell III-1$14,690.00 6
T56Brian Stuard-1$14,690.00 6
T56Tyrone van Aswegen-1$14,690.00 6
T59Kyle StanleyE$14,170.00 5
T59Grayson MurrayE$14,170.00 5
T59Daniel SummerhaysE$14,170.00 5
T59Harold Varner, IIIE$14,170.00 5
T59David HearnE$14,170.00 5
T64Vaughn Taylor1$13,520.00 4
T64Martin Laird1$13,520.00 4
T64Ryan Blaum1$13,520.00 4
T64K.J. Choi1$13,520.00 4
T64Andrew Johnston1$13,520.00 4
69Yuta Ikeda2$13,130.00 0
T70Pat Perez3$12,805.00 3
T70Trey Mullinax3$12,805.00 3
T70Ben Crane3$12,805.00 3
T70Steve Marino3$12,805.00 3
74Mark Hubbard7$12,480.00 3
-Luke ListCUT$00
-John HuhCUT$00
-Robert GarrigusCUT$00
-Chris KirkCUT$00
-Vijay SinghCUT$00
-Freddie JacobsonCUT$00
-D.A. PointsCUT$00
-Hunter MahanCUT$00
-Jim FurykCUT$00
-John SendenCUT$00
-Camilo VillegasCUT$00
-Carl PetterssonCUT$00
-Andrew LoupeCUT$00
-Stewart CinkCUT$00
-David LingmerthCUT$00
-Michael ThompsonCUT$00
-Shawn StefaniCUT$00
-Roberto CastroCUT$00
-Steven BowditchCUT$00
-Jason KokrakCUT$00
-Scott BrownCUT$00
-Davis Love IIICUT$00
-Tommy GaineyCUT$00
-Rafael Cabrera BelloCUT$00
-Greg ChalmersCUT$00
-Ernie ElsCUT$00
-Aaron BaddeleyCUT$00
-Kyle ReifersCUT$00
-Michael KimCUT$00
-Robert StrebCUT$00
-James HahnCUT$00
-Brett StegmaierCUT$00
-J.J. HenryCUT$00
-Ricky BarnesCUT$00
-Spencer LevinCUT$00
-Matthew FitzpatrickCUT$00
-Troy MerrittCUT$00
-Meen Whee KimCUT$00
-Ryo IshikawaCUT$00
-Ken DukeCUT$00
-Morgan HoffmannCUT$00
-Bryson DeChambeauCUT$00
-Chad CollinsCUT$00
-Charley HoffmanCUT$00
-Chez ReavieCUT$00
-John PetersonCUT$00
-Ben MartinCUT$00
-Geoff OgilvyCUT$00
-Dominic BozzelliCUT$00
-Kelly KraftCUT$00
-Bill HaasCUT$00
-Harris EnglishCUT$00
-Billy HorschelCUT$00
-Danny WillettCUT$00
-Jim HermanCUT$00
-Jin ChengCUT$00
-Brooks BlackburnCUT$00
-Matt EveryWD$00

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