Kevin Kisner wins 2021 Wyndham Championship in Greensboro

The Wyndham Championship took place last month at the iconic Sedgefield Country Club in
Greensboro, North Carolina as the final event of the PGA Tours regular season which ended in
spectacular fashion.
The course designed by Donald Ross, which the Wyndham Championship had taken place at 26
times from 1938 to 1976 only to move Forest Oaks Country Club, underwent a $3 million renovation in
2007 by Kris Spence to incorporate golf technology, turf-grass, and other changes bringing the
championship back to the course in 2008 where it has been played every year since.
Kevin Kisner took the win at the championship after he eagled the second sudden death play-off
hole with a three-foot putt, ending a six-man playoff that tied the two-time record for most players in a
PGA playoff with the 2001 Nissan Open and the 1994 GTE Byron Nelson Golf Classic.
Kisner made birdie on two of his last three holes in regulation to end under 15 to be joined in the
playoff by Adam Scott, Si Woo Kim, Roger Sloan, Kevin Na, and Branden Grace. He was trailing behind
the rest when entering the playoff but his ending putt made it the 13th
straight PGA Tour event where a
player won after entering the final round behind.
After Kisner sunk the match-winning putt he proceeded to shake the hands of every player and
caddie in triumphant excitement. He has finished in the top 10 in three of his last five PGA tour events
marking a stellar regular season for the golfer after winning the biggest playoff event since 2001 which
also ties for the biggest playoff event in history. This victory now makes him a four-time PGA tour
winner having won in 2015, 2017, 2019 and now 2021. He is being eyed as a potential for the U.S. Ryder
Cup team which many argue he should be apart of.