Well placed in the top 25 after three laps, Cyril Bouniol had their sights set on a direct qualification for next week’s tournament in North Carolina. Unfortunately for the Tarbais, a last card of 71 (par), including five birdies but also three bogeys and a double, deprived him of this reward: at the end of a rather scorable last day, he lost ten- seven places on the leaderboard to fail in 33rd position, at -3 total. He nevertheless scored his first points in 2021 and, with nine more tournaments to play before the Finals of Korn Ferry Tour, he still has every reason to believe in his chances to at least save his card for next year.
Cameron Young …
• Began 2020-21 with zero #KornFerryTour status.
• Spent time last spring and summer chasing Monday qualifiers.
• Becomes the first player to win back-to-back KFT events since @Michael__Putnam in 2013.
— Korn Ferry Tour (@KornFerryTour) May 31, 2021
On their side Jeremy Gandon and Paul Barjon finished just behind, in 38th place at -2, after playing 68 (-3) and 67 (-4) respectively. Barjon, who won last month in Alabama, officially takes down his card for the PGA Tour next season by crossing the threshold of 1700 points in the order of merit, where he still occupies seventh place. Finally the victory went to the American Cameron Young, crowned at -18 total with five strokes in advance: already winner last week in Missouri, he becomes the first player to win in quick succession on the American second division since 2013.