Shriners Open: The Best Shots of the Week

The Shriners Open is officially in the books for 2016. Rod Pampling captured his first PGA Tour title in over 10 years with a final score of 20-under par.

 
For his win, Pampling walks away with 500 FedEx Cup points, and over $1 million dollars in prize money. He also scores an invite to Kapalua in January for the Tournament of Champions event. Here’s a roundup of the best shots (and more) of the week at TPC Summerlin.

Best Tee Shot of the Week

Cameron Smith drives one on the 15th hole in round 3. It inches from the hole.

Best Chip Shot of the Week

Kyle Stanley chips in for birdie on the 13th hole.

Best Putt of the Week

Brooks Koepka long bombs it for an eagle on the 16th in the second round.

Pin Seeker of the Week

Morgan Hoffman nearly holes it on the 17th hole.

Best Swing of the Week

Little Tommy Morrissey rips the ceremonial first tee shot.

Best Read of the Week

Luke List with a wild putt for eagle on the 15th hole.

Most Painful Shot of the Week

Derek Fathauer loses out on an ace as his ball bounces off the stick on the 9th hole.

Best Backdoor of the Week

Jason Bohn with a chip shot on the 9th hole that finds the back door.

Best Scorecard of the Week

Rod Pampling with a record-tying 60 in the opening round at TPC Summerlin.

PGW Staff

This post was produced by a Pro Golf Weekly staff member.



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