Tournament History

Mackenzie Hughes<br>(265—17-under-par)

Mackenzie Hughes
(265—17-under-par)

PGA TOUR rookie Mackenzie Hughes, who led outright each of the first three rounds, posted a 1-under 69 in the final round Sunday to get to 17-under 265 and join a playoff between Camilo Villegas, Blayne Barber, Billy Herschel and Henrik Norlander. On the third extra hole Monday morning, the par-3 17th, Hughes rolled in a 15-foot putt to save par from off the green to claim his first career PGA TOUR victory in his ninth start two days before his 26th birthday.

1. Mackenzie Hughes (61-67-68-69--265) - $1,080,000
T2. Blayne Barber (63-68-68-66--265) - $396,000
T2. Billy Herschel (66-66-65-68--265) - $396,000
T2. Henrik Norlander (67-67-66-65--265) - $396,000
T2. Camilo Villegas (66-67-64-68--265) - $396,000

Kevin Kisner<br>(260—22-under-par)

Kevin Kisner
(260—22-under-par)

Third-round leader Kevin Kisner shot a bogey-free 64 in the final round to claim a six shot win over Kevin Chappell and his first career PGA TOUR victory. Kisner’s six shot victory is the largest margin of victory in the tournament’s six year history and at 22-under-par, 260, Kisner now holds the lowest tournament scoring record (previously held by Tommy Gainey, 264—16-under-par in 2012).

1. Kevin Kisner (65-67-64-64--260) — $1,026,000
2. Kevin Chappell (66-65-68-67--266) — $615,600
3. Graeme McDowell (67-68-65-67--267) — $387,600
4. Jon Curran (67-70-66-66--269) — $273,600
5. Freddie Jacobson (65-67-71-67--270) — $228,000

Robert Streb<br>(266—14-under-par)

Robert Streb
(266—14-under-par)

Oklahoma native Robert Streb became the fifth champion, clipping Brendon de Jonge and Will McKenzie in a playoff for his first career PGA TOUR victory. Streb fired a 7-under-par, 63, on the final day but needed two extra holes to secure the win. He deposited his approach shot on the final hole to within 4 feet of the cup, and his subsequent birdie putt capped off his finest week as a pro. Streb began the final round five shots off the lead, but his 63 left him at 14-under-par, 266, for the tournament.

1. Robert Streb (69-66-68-63--266) — $1,008,000
T2. Will MacKenzie (65-68-65-68--266) — $492,800
T2. Brendon de Jonge (68-64-69-65--266) — $492,800
T4. Ken Duke (67-69-66-66--268) — $220,500
T4. Russell Henley (68-63-68-69--268) — $220,500
T4. Chris Kirk (68-67-66-67--268) — $220,500
T4. Kevin Kisner (69-68-66-65--268) — $220,500

Chris Kirk<br>(266—14-under-par)

Chris Kirk
(266—14-under-par)

Chris Kirk, who entered the final round tied with Briny Baird, recorded a 4-under-par, 66, Sunday to win for the second time on the PGA TOUR. At 14-under-par, 266, he edged Tim Clark and Baird by a single stroke. Kirk, a former St. Simons Island resident and 2007 University of Georgia graduate picked up 500 FedExCup points and moved from No. 53 to No. 4. At the end of the 2013-2014 season, Kirk was ranked No. 2 in FedExCup points.

1. Chris Kirk (66-66-68-66--266) — $990,000
T2. Briny Baird (63-70-67-67--267) — $484,000
T2. Tim Clark (67-67-71-62--267) — $484,000
T4. Brian Gay (63-72-66-67--268) — $227,333
T4. John Senden (66-67-68-67--268) — $227,333
T4. Scott Brown (66-68-68-66--268) — $227,333

Tommy Gainey<br>(264—16-under-par)

Tommy Gainey
(264—16-under-par)

Tommy Gainey began the day seven strokes back at 6-under-par, but a course record and career-low 60 on Sunday put the South Carolina native in the clubhouse more than two hours before the finish with a lead at 16-under-par, 264. It became a lead he would never relinquish, beating David Toms by one stroke.

1. Tommy Gainey (69-67-68-60--264) — $720,000
2. David Toms (65-67-70-63--265) — $432,000
3. Jim Furyk (66-65-66-69--266) — $272,000
T4. Davis Love III (65-66-66-71--268) — $165,333
T4. Brendon de Jonge (66-69-68-65--268) — $165,333
T4. DJ Trahan (66-67-66-69--268) — $165,333

Ben Crane<br>(265—15-under-par)

Ben Crane
(265—15-under-par)

Ben Crane entered the day five strokes behind Michael Thompson before rallying with eight birdies in his final 11 holes for a 7-under-par, 63, placing him in a playoff with Webb Simpson. The 35-year old Portland, OR native then made par on the second playoff hole to edge Simpson for his fourth PGA TOUR win and first since the 2010 Farmers Insurance Open. Crane’s closing 63 was the lowest finish by a winner in the 2011 season. Crane and his wife, Heather, were expecting their third child the following day.

1. Ben Crane (65-70-67-63--265) — $720,000
2. Webb Simpson (63-67-69-66--265) — $432,000
3. Michael Thompson (65-65-67-69--266) — $272,000
4. Louis Oosthuizen (65-67-69-66--267) — $192,000
5. Trevor Immelman (66-71-62-69--268) — $160,000

Heath Slocum</br>(266—14-under-par)

Heath Slocum
(266—14-under-par)

Heath Slocum picked up his first win of the 2010 season at the inaugural tournament. He fired a 68 in the final round to finish 14-under-par, 266 – one shot better than Bill Haas. The 36-year old won his fourth PGA TOUR event in this 273rd start. His previous wins include the 2004 Chrysler Classic, 2005 Southern Farm Bureau Classic and in 2009 The Barclays.

1. Heath Slocum (66-66-66-68--266) — $720,000
2. Bill Haas (67-69-65-66--267) — $432,000
T3. David Toms (64-66-70-68--268) — $208,000
T3. Robert Allenby (68-68-66-66--268) — $208,000
T3. Arjun Atwal (70-65-67-66--268) — $208,000

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