Kevin Kisner closed with a four-over 76 to finish in a tie for 58th place at the U.S. Open.
Kisner drove the ball well as he hit over 85 percent of the fairways and therefore stayed out of the long fescure, but he was still outside the top-40 in SG: Approach-to-green and greens in regulation. Kisner's biggest problems this week, however, came on the greens as he was 64th in SG: Putting and 59th in putts per GIR. He is still having a great season with six top-10's and 10 top-25's in 18 starts. Kisner will not play this week at the Travelers Championship.
DEAN & DELUCA Invitational
The Players Championship
Wells Fargo Championship
Kevin Kisner finished in a tie for sixth place after shooting a one-under 71 on Sunday at the Memorial Tournament.
Kisner started a bit flat with nine straight pars, but made two birdies and an eagle on the back-nine with three bogeys. Kisner was the only player this week to shoot under-par in all four rounds. On a "second shot golf course" like Muirfield Village, your irons have to be sharp to contend. Kisner was just that as he was fifth in SG: Approach-to-green and T13 in greens in regulation. He was also a solid 16th in strokes gained putting. This was a good way to follow up his win at last week's DEAN & DELUCA Invitational. Kisner is now sixth in the FedExCup standings thanks to six top-10's, 10 top-25's, and just two missed cuts in 17 starts. Kisner won't be in the field for the FedEx St. Jude Classic, which means we will next see him try to capture his first major at the U.S. Open.
Kevin Kisner fired a four-under 66 on Sunday to finish 10-under and win the DEAN & DELUCA Invitational by one stroke.
Kisner got hot on the back nine during his final round, playing holes 10-15 in a combined four-under-par on the way to his second career PGA Tour victory. He finished second among the field in terms of GIR percentage, and also led his peers in driving accuracy as he hit 40-of-56 fairways in regulation. Kisner is now up to No. 7 in the FedExCup standings, and will look to maintain recent momentum at the upcoming Memorial Tournament, where he placed top-10 in 2015.
Kevin Kisner and teammate Scott Brown lost in a playoff to Cameron Smith and Jonas Blixt on Monday at the Zurich Classic.
Kisner dramatically chipped in for eagle on the par-five 18th with the sun setting during Sunday's final round, ultimately forcing a playoff at 27-under with his clutch shot. The magic ended, however, when Smith tapped in for birdie on the fourth playoff hole while Kisner and Brown made their fourth consecutive par. Kisner is now top-15 in the FedExCup standings heading into the Wells Fargo Championship.
Kevin Kisner shot a three-over 74 in the final round of the RBC Heritage to finish in a tie for 11th place.
Kisner actually got off to a solid start as he was two-under after five holes, but made five bogeys over his final 13 holes and no birdies to drop out of the top-10. It was Kisner's second and third rounds which put him in an excellent position heading into Sunday as he shot 12-under on those 36 holes and didn't make a bogey. This is now Kisner's seventh top-25 starts in 12 events this season. He sits 19th in the FedExCup standings. Kisner is not in the field for the Valero Texas Open.
Kevin Kisner shot a final round one-over 73 to finish in a tie for 43rd place at the Masters.
Kisner failed to break par in any round this week in just his second Masters appearance after finishing T37 last year. It has been a solid start to the year for Kisner who sits 20th in the FedExCup standings with six top-25's and three top-10 finishes. He will tee it up at the RBC Heritage this week where he lost in a playoff to Jim Furyk two years ago.