Drafting Sports, Nov. 24.- Colombian Sebastian Muñoz stroked this Sunday’s victory at the RSM Classic, PGA Tour tournament played at the Sea Island Resort on Sea Island (Georgia, United States).
Muñoz, 26, finished a single blow from the Americans Tyler Duncan and Webb Simson, who play the title in a tiebreaker after finishing matched to 263 impacts (19 under par).
The Bogota golfer was pursuing his second title on the PGA Tour on Sea Island after the one he achieved this year, on September 22, at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Muñoz signed four rounds of 67, 63, 66 and 68 for 264 totals (18 below) with which he occupied the third place alone.
This Sunday he delivered a card with three birdies for a single bogey, which ultimately prevented him from getting into the tiebreaker.
He even had a birdie putt on the last hole, but he couldn’t finish his goal of continuing to aspire to the title in a playoff with Duncan and Simpson.