Apologies to Indy Car Racer Takuma Sato, but the fastest finish on Sunday did not happen in Indianapolis, it happened in Fort Worth, Texas.
At famed Colonial Country Club, colloquially known as “Hogan’s Alley” (a tribute to the legendary Ben Hogan), 33-year-old South Carolina native Kevin Kisner emerged from a first-class leaderboard to win the Dean & DeLuca Invitational.
Starting the day three strokes behind 54-hole leader Webb Simpson, Kisner got hot early on the back nine, and then made some clutch shots down the stretch to finish at 4-under 66 (10-under for the tournament), and win by a single stroke over the intimidating trio of defending champion Jordan Spieth, Sean O’Hair, and Jon Rahm.
Carding par or better on 67 of 72 holes for the week, Kisner captured his second career PGA Tour title.
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