Justin Timberlake Shriners Open 2012: Day 4 Leaderboard Update, Highlights, More
Ryan Moore picked up his second career PGA Tour victory Sunday after shooting 24-under par to win the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Moore shot 5-under par while holding off great efforts from Brendon de Jonge (-23), Jonas Blixt (-20) and a scorching hot Jason Day (-20).
Other top performances included efforts from Bill Lunde (-15), Scott Piercy (-14) and Richard H. Lee (-14).
Final Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open (via PGA Tour)
1. Ryan Moore -24
2. Brendon de Jonge -23
3. Jonas Blixt -20
4. Jason Day -18
5. Bill Lunde -15
T6. Scott Piercy -14
T6. Richard H. Lee -14
T8. Blake Adams -13
T8. Jason Bohn -13
T10. Nick Watney -12
Colt Knost didn't finish his tournament exactly like he wanted to, but he still made some very nice shots during the fourth round. This beauty is from about 130 yards out and it lands a foot away from the cup.
Ryan Moore played well throughout the tournament and this shot showcases how spot-on he was this weekend. On the edge of the green, watch Moore sink this 29-foot putt for birdie to put him at 20-under par.
Brendon de Jonge came up short in his attempt to catch Ryan Moore, but he he still played a solid final round of golf, shooting 4-under par. Check out this 34-foot putt from off the green.
The Justin Timberlake Shriners Open turned out to be a fantastic showing for the sport. Players hit the ball well, the event was for a great cause and golfers and fans had a blast.
Ryan Moore put on a memorable performance, but guys like Brendon de Jonge, Jonas Blixt, Scott Piercy and a host of others can build off their great performances in this event.
It may have not had the publicity or the star power of the Ryder Cup, but the quality of golf was on par with the game's best.
The PGA Tour will continue next weekend at the Frys.com Open in San Martin, California.
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