Tom Kim wins in Vegas as Cantlay falls apart on final hole

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Tom Kim closed with a 5-under 67 and finished a bogey-free week in Las Vegas to win the Shriners Children’s Open when Patrick Cantlay fell apart on the final hole Sunday.

Kim changed into the primary participant since Tiger Woods in 1996 to win two times on the PGA Tour sooner than turning 21. The 20-year-old South Korean gained the Wyndham Championship in August to earn a excursion card and he is been hovering ever since.

“I’m having fun playing on the PGA Tour. It’s awesome,” Kim stated.

But he wanted some lend a hand from Cantlay, who will have long gone to No. 2 in the sector with a win on the TPC Summerlin.

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