Kevin Kisner is out of reasons to play for second place. In the end, his go-for-broke style paid off, winning the Dean & DeLuca Invitational by holding off defending champion Jordan Spieth, rising world-beater Jon Rahm and wily veteran Sean O’Hair by a shot with a 10-under 270 total. “You start questioning if you’re going to win again after a while,” Kisner said.
Each week, GolfChannel.com takes a look back at the week in golf. Here's what's weighing on our writers' minds. On Colonial and the beauty of a short course: In three weeks the golf world will descend on Erin Hills for the U.S. Open, a course that can be stretched to over 8,000 yards. For the modern professional game, longer has somehow been confused for better, but on Sunday storied Colonial Country Club proved that adage wrong – again. At just over 7,200 yards, Colonial is the shining exception to the modern rule, with Kevin Kisner winning the event with a 10-under total over a leaderboard that included a bomber (Jon Rahm), a mid-length player (Jordan Spieth) and, well, Kisner. The game doesn’t
SUGAR GROVE, Ill. – Maverick McNealy’s college career ended quietly Sunday, with few fans left at Rich Harvest Farms and the top teams back at their hotel and the leader 17 shots ahead. For the third consecutive year, No. 2-ranked Stanford failed to survive the 54-hole cut at the NCAA Championship. It was the final chapter of McNealy’s fascinating career, as he rose from overlooked No. 5 man to Player of the Year to, now, the will-he-or-won’t-he? star who earlier this week won the Hogan Award as the nation’s top amateur and college player. “I couldn’t have imagined a better four years,” McNealy said. “Very mixed emotions. I’m sad it’s all over but excited for whatever comes next.” Most immediately,