All Stewart Cink needed was a steady round of golf Sunday in the final round of the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head, South Carolina.
The veteran golfer shot a one-under 70 to finish 19 under for the tournament, beating Harold Varner III and Emiliano Grillo by four strokes. Maverick McNealy, Corey Conners and Matt Fitzpatrick (all -13) rounded out the top five.
Cink was smooth as you like Sunday, finishing with two birdies and a single bogey. He averaged a driving distance of 306 yards, had a driving accuracy of 64.3 percent, hit 66.7 percent of his greens in regulation and lost 1.5 strokes putting, per PGATour.com.
The win was made all the more special for Cink with his son, Reagan, serving as his caddy yet again:
Reagan Cink has been caddying for his father since the Safeway Open, Cink's other Tour triumph this season. That switch sure has worked out nicely.
As for Sunday, Cink told reporters he enjoyed having a bit of a cushion entering the final few holes:
"I did the job that I needed to do today to come away with a little bit of a cushion on the last few holes, which is such a pleasure to experience. It doesn't happen to many people that many times in their career, but to walk down that fairway with a big lead and see that ball come up on dry land here on the 18th fringe with Reagan on the bag, and I knew Connor [his other son] and Lisa [his wife] were out there—it's almost beyond words."
As for the rest of the leaderboard, Charles Howell III shot the top round of the day with a 65, though it only moved him up to a tie for 18th place. A number of other players shot a 66, including Varner III and Dustin Johnson (-10, T13).
Up next for the PGA Tour is the Zurich Classic of New Orleans, starting on Thursday at the TPC Louisiana.