For the third straight year, a member of Team RBC has won the RBC Heritage Presented by Boeing. Firing a 63 in the final round and outlasting Kevin Kisner in a two-hole playoff, Jim Furyk captured his first PGA Tour win since 2010.
Furyk’s 8-under 63 included just one bogey to go with 9 birdies, including a 48-foot putt on the eighth hole. It was the lowest score ever by a Heritage winner, and Furyk needed every shot to secure a playoff against South Carolina native Kisner. Both golfers birdied the first playoff hole and Furyk earned his victory with a birdie on the second playoff hole, as well.
Defending Champion and fellow Team RBC member Matt Kuchar shot a final round score of 68 to finish four shots behind Furyk. Team RBC members Graeme McDowell, who won the tournament in 2013, and Brandt Snedeker, who won in 2011, both finished at 7 under par.
Sunday’s triumph was Furyk’s second win at the Harbour Town course. He also won in 2010.