Brian Gay shot a 7-under 64 Sunday to win the Verizon Heritage by an astounding 10 shots. He broke the 13-year-old scoring record, finishing at 20-under 264 on the way to his second PGA TOUR victory. Gay wore all-white shield tip Classics Dry Premiere and a StaSof glove in the final round.
Gay admitted he found validation in his second PGA Tour victory, which was the largest margin of victory on Tour in almost three years. His first win came last year at the Mayakoba Golf Classic which is contested opposite the WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship.
Gay bested Loren Roberts' mark of 19 under in winning the 1996 Verizon Heritage. Gay's 10-shot edge over fellow FootJoy players Luke Donald (66) and Briny Baird (68) shattered the seven strokes five-time champ Davis Love III won by in 1998.
Besides a $1.026 million first prize, Gay earned a trip to his first Masters next year.
Gay began the day with a three shot lead and essentially wrapped things up two holes. He struck his approach to 10 feet on No. 1 for a birdie to increase the lead to four. A hole later, he rolled in a curling, uphill 57-footer for an eagle-3, raising his putter as the ball disappeared into the cup.
Can I please find out who was the manufacturer of the pants and shirts Brian Gay had on when he won this past weekend? Also, can you make the Classics Dry Premiere or something similar in a white pebble with a black saddle spikeless? I used to get these all the time. It was never custom but it dosent appear its available just off the shelf anymore.
Brian wears clothing by Sligo. You can visit their site here: http://www.sligowear.com/
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