Heading into the final round, Graham DeLaet was only one shot off the lead and had his best look at winning on the PGA Tour. However, he shot a final round two over par and ended up tied for sixth with three other golfers at 10-under par (274).
DeLaet is still chasing that elusive first victory on tour.
Missed birdie on 15 might just be the end of Graham Delaets chances at @RBC_Heritage
— TSN Golf (@TSNGolf) April 16, 2017
Wesley Bryan picked up his first career win shooting 13-under par (271). Bryan edged out Luke Donald by one stroke to win the RBC Heritage in Hilton Head, SC.
.@wesleybryangolf is a PGA Tour winner!!!
A dream has come true for the South Carolinian at the #RBCHeritage! pic.twitter.com/D7w2k0TLeB
— GOLF.com (@GOLF_com) April 16, 2017
The RBC Heritage was an excellent showing for the Canadian content with three Canadians finishing in the Top 25. Adam Hadwin and Nick Taylor both finished tied for 22nd after shooting seven under par (277) for the weekend.