Kevin Na closed with a final round five-under-par 65 to earn his fifth PGA Tour win on Sunday at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
Trailing by three shots heading into the back nine, Na came in 32 with four birdies and just one dropped shot.
After three-jacking on 12 from 49 feet, Na bounced back with three straight birdies.
He absolutely walked home this 10-footer on 14.
That is the definition of swag.
He took the lead on 15 after sticking his approach from the fairway to five feet.
The 37-year-old Na showed poise down the stretch and put the tourney away on the 18th. After his tee shot found the rough, he hoisted a five wood that hit in the center of the green and rolled right past the hole and into the rough. He was able to get up-and-down for the birdie and the one-shot win.
Another exciting Sunday that saw a tournament decided on the final hole. We are back to the continental United States next week as the Tour heads to La Quinta, California for the American Express Championship.
We’ll have some additional coverage of the European Tour’s Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship with some big names in the field there.
Come back later today for our Monday Morning(ish) Superlatives.