Seventh at the end of the third day, the Frenchman, originally from Marseille, had a more complicated fourth round. The 31-year-old finished the course in 74 strokes with 3 birdies, 2 bogeys and 1 triple bogey at hole number 14. Martin Trainer finally took 22nd place at -10. At the top of the standings, Matt Wallace won (-19 total). In the lead on Friday evening, the Englishman regained his throne thanks to a fine card of 66, the best of the day, with 7 birdies and 1 bogey. This is his first victory on the PGA Tour.
Americans out in force in Punta Cana
At -18, Nicolai Hojgaard is alone in second place. The Dane closed this Sunday with a record of 68 (5 birdies, 1 bogey). The podium is completed by an American duo in third position (-17): Tyler Duncan and Sam Stevens. The latter returned a card of 69 (4 birdies, 1 bogey). His compatriots Austin Eckroat, Wyndham Clark and Ricky Barnes took 5th (-16), 6th (-15) and 7th (-14) place respectively.
Thomas Detry remains in the top 10
More inconsistent this Sunday, Thomas Detry completed his Punta Cana Championship by recording 4 birdies and 4 bogeys during his fourth round. The Belgian still remains in the top 10, in a good 8th place. At -13, he is accompanied by the Americans Brent Grant, Ben Martin and Brice Garnett as well as the Austrian Matthias Schwab.