RBC Heritage report: What happened at Harbour Town Links?

In a tight final round, it was the world number 113, CT Pan, who came out on top to win his first PGA Tour title.

The 27-year-old shot a stunning final round of 67, to claw back a 2-shot deficit on Sunday as overnight leader Dustin Johnson faltered.

Pan showed some serious composure heading down the stretch and despite a bogey at 15, he bounced back with a birdie at the 16th and from there par’s were enough.

Shane Lowry returned to the top of the leaderboard on Sunday and opened up a two-shot lead on the front-nine but a double-bogey at 12 all but ended his challenge.

Elsewhere, Ian Poulter’s weekend ended in disappointment as he slumped to a final round of 2-over-par and Patrick Cantlay notched another top-10 finish continuing his fine form.

RBC Heritage report: Talking point

Matt Kuchar remains at the top of the FedExCup standings and came close to claiming his third PGA Tour win of the season.

The American has played some truly sensational golf this year and

has undoubtedly been the most consistent players on tour.

Whilst Kuchar may not be hitting one of the big-hitters off the tee, the longevity of his game has seen him achieve success over many years.

This year, he has teed it up in 13 events and on 6 occasions, he has come away with a top-10 finish and narrowly missed out when finishing tied 12th at the Masters.

Kuchar is proving that it’s not all about youth on tour, we’re sure there’s much more to come from the 40-year-old.