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Schwab with a strong final roll in the RSM-Classic

Golfer Matthias Schwab finished off the $7.2 million PGA RSM Classic with an impressive final round. The Styria Tour newcomer pulled off an impeccable run of 64 (6 under par) on Sunday, which initially put the 26-year-old in the top 20 with a total of ten under-par. With this, Schwab was not only sure of getting a good prize money, but he also kept all the chances in his class on the strongest professional golf round in the world.

However, Schwab will only be visible on this again from mid-February 2022. Rohrmooser is now back in his homeland and wants to try to secure his eligibility to play on the newly designed European Tour. In contrast, Schwab competed in two tournaments in South Africa (Sun City and Mallileen) in December and plays the “Desert Swing” in the Middle East in January.

Schwab started strong

Schwab started his strength at Sea Island with rounds of 67 and 68 strokes, but was poorly returned by 73 on move day. Countryman Sepp Straka, who has been playing on the PGA Tour since the end of 2018, missed the cut at all.

On the final day, Schwab started on the 10th lane at the Sea Island Resort and was very strong at the start with five wins on the first nine holes. He managed only one bird on his back nine. In the course, which Schwab knows well since his student days in the United States, there was not a single mistake, as he had saved the best for the latter.

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