Written by
Joy Chakravarty
Sep 24 2023
- 3 min
Scott Vincent Bynder

SUGAR GROVE, Ill. ­– Scott Vincent started and finished his final round with birdies, but left himself with some work to do in Jeddah as a one-under par round on Sunday wasn’t enough to get him inside the top 24 in the season-long standings.

The Zimbawean was the best-placed Iron Heads GC member in LIV Golf Chicago at Rich Harvest Farms, his seven-under total helping him finish tied for 14th place.

However, he remains 31st in the individual standings despite the result. Vincent is now 17 points adrift of number 24, Jason Kokrak (55 points), and will have to finish inside the top-four to have a mathematical chance of getting ahead of the American.

Despite having a much better day with his putter, Captain Kevin Na could not maintain a bright start in which he made three birdies in his first 10 holes. He dropped three shots coming in, including in his last two holes.

After averaging 32 putts on the first two days, Na completed his round with 25 in Sunday’s even-par 71 which saw him finish tied 32nd at two-under par total.

New Zealand’s Danny Lee shot his best round of the tournament – a one-under par 70 – while Sihwan Kim also improved to a one-over par 72 round.

The tournament was won in dramatic fashion by Crushers GC Captain Bryson DeChambeau, who fired an eight-under 63 to reach 13-under total and edged ahead of his teammate Anirban Lahiri and Australia’s Marc Leishman by one shot. Crushers also won the team title with a score of 33-under.