Ryan Moore won't have to go very far to celebrate his Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open victory. The UNLV grad, who now resides in Las Vegas, picked up PGA Tour win number two in his own backyard at TPC Summerlin with a 5-under 66 during the final round to finish one shot ahead of Brendon de Jonge at 24-under.
Moore's still categorized as a twentysomething at the age of 29, but when we talk about rising stars on tour, he's a name that rarely gets mentioned. Will a Fall Series win change everything? It's difficult to say. But with a victory and five top-25 finishes in his last five starts (including a T-3 at the Tour Championship), his game is certainly trending in the right direction.
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