Christiaan Bezuidenhout pulled off a top-20 finish on Sunday with a closing three-under-par 68 giving him a share of 20th in the PGA Tour’s Shriners Children’s Open in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Bezuidenhout made six birdies and three bogeys to reach 14-under-par for the tournament. That put him 10 shots behind the winner, 20-year-old Tom Kim of Korea, who played superbly but also took advantage of a triple-bogey on the last hole by Patrick Cantlay. The pair shared the lead going up the final hole, but Tom eventually on by three strokes from Cantlay and Matthew NeSmith of the United States.
Dean Burmester closed with a four-under-par 67 to reach 12-under for the tournament and a share of 37th.