The 26-year-old American lifted his sixth PGA Tour trophy and marked his fourth consecutive season with a victory, after success in Detroit.
Bryson DeChambeau he won Rocket Mortgage Classic for three shots and picked up his sixth title of the PGA Tour. Matthew Wolff He was the player to beat in the final round on Sunday as he had a three-shot lead at the Detroit Golf Club in Michigan.
However, Wolff hesitated finished with 71 punches while fellow American DeChambeau climbed to the top with seven under par (65), to mark his fourth consecutive season with a win.
DeChambeau was nearly perfect on the fourth day of competition, taking eight birdies and just one bogey, and finishing at a great level after birdying on the last three holes.
Wolff took second place after harvesting five bogeys and six birdies, two strokes ahead of compatriot Kevin Kisner (66).
Danny Willett (66), Adam Hadwin (67), Tyrell Hatton (68) and Ryan Armor (72) finished tied for fourth, seven shots behind DeChambeau.
Meanwhile, American star Rickie Fowler climbed 28 places in a tie for 12th place with 14 under par, thanks to his final round of 67 shots.
– PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) July 5, 2020
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