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Kevin Kisner shot a final round 4-under par 66 to reach 10-under par for the tournament. On the final hole of regulation, Kisner made a clutch up and down from over the green to seal the victory at the Dean and Deluca Invitational.
Kisner relied on the structured performance of DryJoys Tour MyJoys and the ultimate performance and feel of the StaSof golf glove en route to victory.
This is Kisner's second career PGA Tour victory.
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Dean and Deluca Invitational
FJ - 59%
Nearest Comp - 17%
FJ - 34%
Nearest Comp - 24%
Billy Horschel shot a final round one under par 69 to reach twelve under par for the week at the At&t Byron Nelson. The total was good enough to enter a two man sudden death playoff. On the first playoff hole Horschel made a routine 2-putt par. His playing competitor couldn't match the score making Horschel the champion.
Horschel relied on FJ ICON MyJoys and the StaSof golf glove en route to victory.
This is Horschel's fourth PGA Tour victory and first since winning the Tour Championship and Fedex Cup in 2014.
D.A. Points shot a final round 66 to win the Puerto Rico Open by two strokes over his nearest competitor.
This is Points third career PGA Tour Victory. The win earns Points an exemption into the PGA Championship and The Players Championship.
Points relied on FJ golf shoes and the SciFlex Tour golf glove.
Puerto Rico Open Shoe Count
FJ - 69%
Nearest Comp - 14%
Puerto Rico Open Glove Count
FJ - 42%
Nearest Comp - 23%
Fresh off a victory at the SBS Tournament of Champions, Justin Thomas continued his otherworldly play and opened the Sony Open in Hawaii with a record setting 59. Thomas became the 7th player in PGA Tour history to break 60 and the youngest player in PGA Tour history to do so.
Thomas continued his onslaught across the Hawaiian Islands in the second round with a six under par 64. His two day total of 123 is the lowest in PGA Tour history. In the third round Thomas shot a bogey free five under par 65 to take a seven stroke lead into the final round. Thomas cruised to the finish line with a four under par round to win by seven.
This is JT's third victory in his last five starts!
Thomas relies on the classic styling and structured performance of FJ ICON MyJoys golf shoes as well as the FJ Pure Touch Limited golf glove week in and week out on the PGA Tour.
Justin averaged 314.5 yards off the tee this week. In the following video, PGA Teaching Professional Mark Blackburn and Biomechanics expert Dr. Sasho Mackenzie dissect the young bombers footwork to better understand how he generates such blistering speed in his golf swing.
Justin Thomas won the SBS Tournament of Champions with a final round 69 to win by three over his closest pursuant. The round was highlighted by a brilliant birdie on 17th that extended his lead to three strokes.
Justin stated post round, "I felt like a proved a lot, it's a great start to the new year and hopefully a sign of good things to come." Justin also touched on his beloved alma mater, the Alabama Crimson Tide and their national title game tomorrow, stating simply, "halfway there..."
This is Justin's second win of the 2016-2017 PGA Tour season and third PGA Tour victory overall. The win also moves Justin to the twelfth spot on the Official World Golf Rankings, his highest position to date.
Justin relies on the structured performance of FJ ICON MyJoys to harness his prodigious power. Justin also puts his trust in the Pure Touch Limited golf glove.
At our recent TV Shoot Justin took part in the FJ Stock Cart Challenge, enjoy!