Pendrith, who began the final round with a three-shot advantage, saw the lead drop to one shot after making a bogey at the sixth. Herbert made a birdie at the second and another at the third. Pendrith lost his share of the lead at the eighth after making three bogeys in a row. Herbert made a birdie at the 12th but made his second error of the day at the 13th. This saw his lead reduce as he dropped to 14 under. In the 14th hole, Herbert made a 30-foot birdie that saw him take the lead again. He ended the day with a winning par.
Reed had great luck as he made a birdie at the 13th, then two more birdies in the last two holes as he finished six-under 65. Pendrith continued to suffer more errors as he slipped further, causing him to finish fifth.
This is the first season Herbert is playing in the PGA Tour and he has managed to prove himself with Sunday’s win. With the win, Herbert secured for himself a spot at next years Masters, which would be the first time he would play at the event. He also took home a $1.5 million prize money. The win also boosted his position on the Official World Golf Ranking to 43, after entering the competition ranked 57th.