RBC Heritage, final round

BC-GLF--RBC Heritage-Final Round Schedule

BC-GLF--RBC Heritage-Final Round Schedule

On Friday, PGA Tour pro Kelly Kraft caught a freakish bad break that caused him to miss the cut at the RBC Heritage at Hilton Head, South Carolina's Harbour Town golf course.

A community ecumenical sunrise service scheduled for 7:30 a.m.at the 18th green at Harbour Town Golf Links will take place at the Liberty Oak in Harbour Town at the same time.

That left Poulter - who raced up the leaderboard with a 64 on Friday - on 13 under for the tournament, one stroke clear of Luke List and Kim Si-woo, the former - who also carded 64 a day earlier - having matched the leader's round, while the latter shot 68. He made another three birdies over his closing stretch, including at his final two holes.

Poulter then made significant strides up the leaderboard with three birdies in four holes to cap a back-nine 31, and his pure ball-striking set up another gain at the first following a delightful approach to three feet. In the field by way of his win previous year at the Players Amateur, Knowles a junior for North Florida, finished 3-over and just outside the cutline in his first start on the Tour.


Sabbatini surpassed his previous Harbour Town low of 66 in the 2009 final round when he tied for eighth, his best showing in eight previous appearances. Kim, defending champion at The Players Championship, said he was disappointed in himself for feeling nervous early here. Johnson had a run of four straight birdies in the middle of his round, but ended up with a 69.

"I think anytime you can birdie 18 on this golf course, it's key because 18 is not a very forgiving hole", he said. The second-round leader finished the hole with a triple-bogey. Here's how some notable names in the field fared over the first two rounds. He played them in 3-over Saturday on the way to a 75 to fall seven strokes back.

World No. 1 Dustin Johnson (72) was in a distant share of 41st place and 10 shots behind Poulter after mixing four bogeys with three birdies.

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