By the numbers: Key stats from Grace's Heritage win


Branden Grace fired a final-round 66 at Harbour Town to win his first PGA Tour event. Here are the key stats from the final round at the RBC Heritage. Stats provided by the Golf Channel research department.

Branden Grace

• First career PGA Tour win; 11th career win worldwide

• 66 on Sunday; lowest career final round in any PGA Tour event

• Led field in par 4 scoring

• Second in field in proximity to hole around green

• Was 4 under on front nine Sunday (Even previous two days combined)

• Was three shots back entering final round

• Fifth time in last six years winner at Heritage was trailing by four shots or more through 54 holes

• Second win in last seven worldwide starts (Qatar Masters)

• Projected to move to 11th in World Ranking

• Career high is 10th in OWGR (reached earlier this year)

• First player from South Africa to win RBC Heritage

• Sixth international player to earn first PGA Tour win at Harbour Town

• Went 5-0-0 at 2015 Presidents Cup (fifth player all-time to do that)

• Fourth top-5 finish in nine worldwide starts in 2016

Luke Donald

• Sixth career top-3 finish at RBC Heritage (0 wins)

• Most such finishes of any player over last 20 years

• 2-for-10 converting 54-hole leads/shares in career on PGA Tour

• Third time since 2011 he has held 54-hole lead/share at this event

• Did not go on to win in any of those three instances

• Has not converted 54-hole lead on PGA Tour since 2006 Honda Classic

• 62nd start since last worldwide win (2013 Dunlop Phoenix)

Bryson DeChambeau

• 68 in final round; his best round of the week

• First in field in strokes gained tee-to-green

• Made 100 feet of putts Sunday (his previous high was 48 feet)

• Best pro debut among five players to win U.S. Am/NCAA in same year

• Other four to do it are Jack Nicklaus, Phil Mickelson, Tiger Woods and Ryan Moore

• Has six more sponsor’s exemptions to make total of $747,899

• Will play in Valero Texas Open next week in San Antonio

• Top-10 this week means Texas Open will not count against six remaining exemptions

Jason Day

• 3-under 68 in final round; 11-shot improvement from Saturday

• 79 in third round was worst weekend round of PGA Tour career

• One bogey on Sunday (nine bogeys or worse in third round)

Russell Knox

• 67 in final round; only bogey of round came at No. 12

• Sixth career top-5 finish on PGA Tour (all since 2014)

• 16-for-16 on putts inside 10 feet in final round