The 47-year-old American golfer Stewart Cink won the championship with a score of -21, ending the title thirst for more than 10 years at the PGA Tour on September 13.
Cink lifted the Safeway Open Championship on September 13
In the finishing leg, Cink starts from hole one of North yard, par72 of Silverado Resort & Spa. At the start, he was two strokes below the top of Group T1 at -16 by Brian Stuard, James Hahn, and Cameron Percy.
But Cink quickly reached the top position of the delegation thanks to four birdies in the first half of the round. In contrast, Percy ran out of the competition because he continuously “collapsed” with double bogeys in hole 4 and hole 5 with a bogey in hole 6. Hahn had three bogeys in the first six holes and could not hold back. And Stuard +1 is after eight holes and is always lagging throughout the rest.
Then after the birdie in hole 11 and the six-meter dribble to collect the birdie from the green edge of hole 15, Cink took the advantage of leading two strokes. Next, the golfer played the PGA Tour from 1997 through the last three holes with birdie-bogey-birdie respectively.
All round, he collected eight birdies on his 65-stroke scorecard, averaging 324 yards with 78 percent accuracy and a standard 72 percent green rate. And thanks to its high performance in short-range treatments, Cink 10 times uses a pin putt, successfully keeping par in two bunkers.
Cink went professional in 1995 and won six PGA Tour titles, including the major The Open Championship 2009. This year, he beat Tom Watson after four extra holes. But since then, Cink entered a recession. In 2016, he hanged a stick for a while to take care of his wife, Lisa, who developed cancer.
In the last PGA Tour season, Cink was only once in the top 10 in the final 14 tournaments, so he was unable to attend a series of three playoff events to determine FedEx Cup. That achievement puts him in a new season with a conditional membership card.
Then the Safeway Open returned to him just as Cink thought about the possibility of never adding a title to the PGA Tour. After this tournament, U-50 players can comfortably fight until the end of 2023, with tickets to major events in 2021 such as The Players Championship, major Masters, and PGA Championship.