Matt Fitzpatrick earned $3.6 million and 500 FedExCup points after winning the RBC Heritage golf tournament. Fitzpatrick finished the tournament with a score of 14-under-par, beating out a field of top golfers including Dustin Johnson and Patrick Cantlay.
The win marks Fitzpatrick's first PGA Tour victory, and he expressed his excitement and gratitude in his post-tournament interviews. The 27-year-old Englishman played consistently throughout the tournament, with only two bogeys in his final 36 holes.
Other notable finishers at the RBC Heritage include Webb Simpson, who finished in second place, and defending champion Stewart Cink, who finished in a tie for third place with Dustin Johnson.
In addition to the prize money and FedExCup points, Fitzpatrick will also receive a two-year exemption on the PGA Tour and an invitation to the 2024 Masters Tournament.
Overall, the RBC Heritage was a highly competitive and exciting tournament, with top golfers from around the world vying for the title and the substantial rewards that come with it.
source : pgatour.com