Joaquin Niemann turned into the primary participant from Chile to win at the PGA Excursion, taking pictures a six-under 64 on Sunday for a six-stroke victory in The Greenbrier Vintage.
The 20-year-old Niemann entered the general around of the season opener with a two-stroke lead and Niemann held off demanding situations from Tom Hoge and Richy Werenski.
Niemann birdied the general 3 holes to complete at 21-under 259 at Outdated White TPC.
“I have been occupied with this my complete existence since I began enjoying golfing, so it is improbable,” mentioned Hoge. “I nonetheless cannot realise what took place these days. I simply wish to chill out just a little bit and simply have a good time.
“It is simply loopy. I am actually satisfied for the entire fortify, my circle of relatives, my trainer. It is simply loopy.”
It marks the primary yr since 1931 that there was a couple of excursion winner below 21. Matthew Wolff gained the 3M Open in June at 20 years, two months.
Niemann is the primary third-round chief to win at The Greenbrier since its debut in 2010.
Hoge shot 65 and completed 2nd at 15 below. Werenski light to a 69 and completed in a four-way tie for 0.33 at 14 below.
Matt Jones used to be the most efficient of the Australian contingent, his ultimate around four-under rating putting him in joint 10th place 9 photographs in the back of Niemann.
Cameron Smith used to be subsequent very best, completing in a tie for 24th 13 photographs off the tempo.