As many will attest to, Matt Kuchar is often labeled 'the nice guy' on the tour; well it's nice to see that nice guys don't always finish last. Behind his laid back personality, there is clearly a fierce competitor who knows what it takes to win on the big stage. This marks Kuchars second win of the season, not to mention a second place finish last week at Colonial.
As expected from Kuchar, he played a consistent tournament, shooting 68, 70, 70, 68. Here's a closer look at the four rounds from Matt Kuchar's tournament:
- Round 1: 68 (4 under) - 5 Birdies, 12 Pars, 1 Bogeys
- Round 2: 70 (2 under) - 4 Birdies, 12 Pars, 2 Bogeys
- Round 3: 70 (2 under) - 5 Birdies, 10 Pars, 3 Bogeys
- Round 4: 68 (4 under) - 6 Birdies, 10 Pars, 2 Bogeys
- Total: 12 under par - 20 Birdies, 44 Pars, 8 Bogeys
- Avg Driving Distance: 283.3 yards
- Driving Accuracy: 69.64%
- Greens in Regulation: 75%
- Avg Putts Per Round: 29.5 (Avg 1.64 putts/hole)
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This article was written by Scott Stevens from Eat Sleep Golf as part of our What It Takes To Win series. This series is focused on taking a closer look at the winning performance of each PGA Tour event to see exactly what it takes to be victorious among elite golfers.
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