On the 17th hole, Brooks Koepka chipped in from 32 yards for his second eagle of the day to break a tie for the lead. A routine par on the 18th gave him a one-stroke victory.
Masters 2020: Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, Bubba Watson, Jordan Spieth practice in front of empty grandstands
The grandstands are gone. The ropes are missing, replaced by painted lines — dark green, of course — around the tee boxes and greens and marking spots along the fairway to show the few people allowed at the Masters where they can stand.
Tyrrell Hatton posted the lowest competitive round at Shadow Creek, mainly because this is the first PGA Tour event at the prestigious club.
Jordan Spieth has become an afterthought because he hasn't won since he captured the British Open three years ago.
RBC Heritage: Four-way tie for lead at Hilton Head as another wild finish looms on PGA Tour's return
There were 21 players separated by just three shots going into the final round of RBC Heritage. A week ago at Colonial, there were 14 players separated by three shots.
RBC Heritage: Webb Simpson in lead just ahead of Bryson DeChambeau after second round at Hilton Head
Simpson got the last word with a 6-foot birdie on his final hole at No. 9 for another 6-under 65, giving him a one-shot lead after another day of watching DeChambeau and his additional 40 pounds of mass swing out of his shoes for a 64.
Ian Poulter holed a 30-foot birdie putt and followed with a 5-iron to 4 feet for a birdie that closed out his round of 7-under 64, giving him a share of the lead Thursday with Mark Hubbard at Hilton Head.
Charles Schwab Challenge: Daniel Berger wins tightly contested tournament with playoff victory in PGA Tour's return from COVID-19
Berger, who needed a birdie on the final hole of his regulation round to make the playoff, sealed the win on the first extra hole with a rock-solid par moments before fellow American Collin Morikawa watched his putt from in close cruelly lip out.
Spieth fell out of the top 50 in January for the first time since 2013, said he treated the break as an “off-season” and used it to improve his physical and mental conditioning
The $10.25 million Shanghai event, with a winner's prize of $1.7 million, is the third and final leg of the PGA Tour's Asian swing, after the Zozo Championship and the CJ Cup in South Korea the week before.
The Japanese tournament, co-sanctioned with the Japan Golf Tour, is a 78-man, no-cut field with a $9.75 million purse.
American golfer Jordan Spieth to play in first US PGA Tour tournament after failing to meet minimum last season
Jordan Spieth will play in the US PGA Tour Championship, in Las Vegas, after failing to achieve the minimum criteria for last season's event.
Open Championships 2018: Francesco Molinari in 'disbelief' after becoming first Italian to win a Major
Molinari outshone reigning champion Jordan Spieth, a revived Tiger Woods and the rest of the field as he shot a flawless round of 69 to finish on eight under par around the Scottish links and win the title by two shots.
Anirban Lahiri carded a 5-over 76 on the opening day, leaving him with a mountain to climb in his bid for a weekend appearance at the 147th Open Championship.
US Open golf 2018: Dustin Johnson takes charge as Tiger Woods misses cut in first appearance at event since 2015
Dustin Johnson took command of the US Open on Friday, firing a three-under-par 67 at Shinnecock Hills for a four-shot lead as the only player under par after 36 punishing holes.
Anirban Lahiri returns to Memorial Tournament with hope, expectations as Shubhankar Sharma gears up for debut
Anirban Lahiri, who achieved his career-best result at the Memorial last year by finishing tied-2nd, returns to the event with a lot of hope and expectations.
Fending off epic challenges from three top rivals in a dramatic Masters final round, Patrick Reed captured his first major title on Sunday, grinding out a one-shot victory at Augusta National.
Patrick Reed delivered an overwhelming performance under difficult conditions to seize a two-stroke lead after Friday's second round of the Masters while Tiger Woods struggled but made the cut.
Augusta Masters 2018: Jordan Spieth takes two-shot lead after first round as fans cheer Tiger Woods' return
Tiger Woods felt the love, but it was Jordan Spieth who heard the roars as he surged to a two-stroke lead in the Masters on Thursday with a scintillating six-under par 66.
Any talk about this being one of the most anticipated Masters in years starts with one player. Woods is at Augusta National for the first time since 2015, at least with his golf clubs, and he showed during the Florida swing of the PGA Tour that he is more than capable of winning a fifth green jacket.