Matt Kuchar's RBC Heritage win was his eighth top 10 of the season and 45th since 2010 -- outpacing Luke Donald, who has 37 in that span on PGA Tour, and Dustin Johnson, who has 33.
Matt Kuchar improbably holed out for birdie from a greenside bunker on the 72nd hole to take a one-shot lead that would hold up down the stretch, securing his first victory of the 2014 season.
Matt Kuchar fired a 7-under 64 on Sunday to capture his first title of 2014, overcoming Luke Donald to win the RBC Heritage by a single shot.
Luke Donald and John Huh will play in Sunday's final group at the RBC Heritage, but they won't be the only twosome worth watching -- see complete final-round tee times and pairings here.
Overcoming three front-nine bogeys, Luke Donald's unsurpassed 5-under 66 Saturday took command of the RBC Heritage in Hilton Head Island, S.C. Here are 5 Things to know from Harbour Town Golf Links.
Luke Donald made the most of a "moving day" third round that got started late because half the field needed to complete a rain delayed second round. Recap the highlights here!
With rallies Saturday, Jim Furyk and Ben Martin played their way into the final group of the third round at the RBC Heritage with fellow co-leader K.J. Choi. See complete tee times and threesomes right here.
Matt Kuchar, who headed into Friday's second round of the RBC Heritage Open in Hilton Head Island, S.C., tied for the lead, has been caught by K.J. Choi in the early going. Follow the highlights here!
The afternoon's feature group of Graeme McDowell, Bill Haas and Brandt Snedeker will need to do some work to make sure they stick around for the weekend at the RBC Heritage. Here is a look at the second round tee times and pairings at Harbour Town.
An impressive field has been put together this week for the RBC Heritage, with many players making the two-hour jaunt from Augusta to take on Harbour Town. Here's our staff picks for the week.
Plenty of pros took to Twitter early Saturday – there was even a trivia contest via leader Bubba Watson's account – to talk about the Masters. Here is a smattering of the chattering.
"It's not science here. It's try to hit the greens," Bubba Watson said Friday after taking the second-round Masters lead with a 68 to get three shots clear of John Senden.
Brian Tam caddied for amateur Tianlang Guan and led him to making the cut in 2013. What does he do for an encore? He leads another amateur, Oliver Goss, to the weekend as well.
Matt Fitzpatrick missed the cut by one after a 10-foot birdie putt on the 18th hole at Augusta National slid past the cup.
Three-time champ Phil Mickelson can blame three blow-up holes for his absence this weekend at Augusta National, while the likes of Keegan Bradley, Sergio Garcia and Dustin Johnson are shockingly heading home as well.
Emerging from a who's who of recent Masters, Bubba Watson conquered the back nine to take the second-round Masters lead. the highlights from Augusta National here!
Digital director Nick Masuda has the privilege of covering the 78th Masters, and is determined to bring you inside the gates of Augusta National to be your eyes and ears throughout the day.
Luke Donald's "pretty dumb mistake" on the par-4 ninth hole sent him from bad to worse, but he wasn't the only star to struggle on Thursday at the Masters.
For once, "nobody wants to win this thing" might carry some truth -- no Par-3 Contest winner at Augusta National has gone on to win the Masters that year. But it's the warm-up tourney everyone loves. Follow the highlights here!
Among the favorites, Rory McIlroy will play in the same group as Patrick Reed and Jordan Spieth as Phil Mickelson shares an Augusta National tee time with Ernie Els and Justin Rose during the opening two rounds of the Masters.
Luke Donald scored the first European point on Sunday.
Luke Donald talks about his dramatic comeback on Saturday afternoon.
Luke Donald answers back just one week after Rory McIlroy became the number one ranked professional golfer in the world. After winning the Transitions Championship on the first hole of a four-way playoff, Donald regains number one status.
Luke Donald, who won the NCAA Individual Championship at Hazeltine in 1999, takes Jeff Rude on a brief tour of the 10th hole.