Another near calamity: Simpson loses in RSM season finisher … once more
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. – For the second time at the RSM Classic, Webb Simpson played all around ok to compel a season finisher however not win the triumph.
Simpson shut with a 67 for a 19- under aggregate yet was coordinated by Tyler Duncan, who won the occasion with a birdie at the subsequent season finisher gap.
“I know, another near fiasco. Useful for Tyler for making birdie on the last two openings in guideline and again there, so upbeat for him,” said Simpson, who likewise lost a season finisher to Ben Crane in 2011 at Sea Island and completed third a year ago.
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Notwithstanding missing the mark, Simpson said his play at the RSM Classic gives him certainty going into one month from now’s Presidents Cup and demonstrates that the consistency he’s been looking for keeps on giving him chances to win.
“My game is proceeding to manufacture and go the correct way. Placing in time this fall in the exercise center with [caddie] Paul [Tesori], with [swing coach] Butch [Harmon] and [short game coach] Pat Goss, it’s been going the correct way for some time and anticipating playing again soon,” he said.
Simpson missed a 28- footer in guideline at No. 18 to win the occasion and a 36- footer for birdie on the principal season finisher opening. His drive on the subsequent additional opening (No. 18) found the left unpleasant and his methodology found a greenside shelter before Duncan won with a birdie.