Different players met with a different fate in RBC Heritage such as Graham DeLaet. He fell back in the final round and ended up in the sixth place.
However, at the beginning he was in a co leading position. Participating as a Canadian golfer, he was found doing the final rounds of the RBC Heritage tournament at Hilton Head Island. He shot a 2 over par 73 on the final day and that led him to be tied in the sixth place. DeLaet was looking at a probable first win on the PGA when he moved into the weekend at a co leading position.
There were others like Adam Hadwin and Nick Taylor, both hailing from Canada, who finished at the 22nd place while David Hearn, also from Canada, finished in the 59th position which rounded off the performances of the Canadians in this event.
They were witness to victors like Bryan, who won the tournament in his home state and secured his first ever title in the PGA Tour. He had a one stroke victory over his opponent, Donald. Bryan, hailing from South Carolina itself, was known to play college golf before he qualified for the Masters. Being 27 years of age, Bryan has definitely made it big this season and earned prize money amounting to $ 1.17 million in US dollars. He has also gained a tour exemption for the forthcoming season as well as a spot to play in the Masters in the coming year. No wonder then that he is following the experts at the Masters this year as a fan to understand the game and the strategies so that he can plan his own when he plays the course next year. The Harbor Town Golf Links has definitely had an eventful weekend in April as the fates of many players turned out differently at the tournament.