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1Brandon Wu67-69-69-65—270 (-18)
2Greyson Sigg65-69-66-71—271 (-17)
T3Vince India70-64-70-68—272 (-16)
T3Seth Reeves65-69-68-70—272 (-16)
T3Dan McCarthy69-67-65-71—272 (-16)

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Brandon Wu earns first Korn Ferry Tour title at

Korn Ferry Tour Championship presented by United Leasing & Finance

NEWBURGH, Indiana – Beginning the day five strokes off the lead, Brandon Wu carded a bogey-free, final-round 7-under 65 on Sunday to come back and win the Korn Ferry Tour Championship presented by United Leasing & Finance. Greyson Sigg, who held the 54-hole lead, finished alone in second while Vince India, Seth Reeves and Dan McCarthy finished the week T3.

“It’s almost surreal. I mean, I think just over a month and a half ago I was still playing Monday qualifiers and just hoping to get kind of a schedule going,” Wu said after the win. “Yeah, standing here I think six, seven weeks later, winner of the Tour Championship, it’s just an awesome feeling and quite surreal.”

Playing in the fourth-to-last group on Sunday, Wu got off to a fast start with birdies on two of his first four holes. After pars on Nos. 5 and 6, the Stanford alum converted back-to-back birdies on Nos. 7 and 8 to climb the leaderboard. After making the turn, Wu carded his fifth birdie of the day on the par-5 10th to reach 16-under for the week.

Following pars on Nos. 11-13, Wu tallied back-to-back birdies once again on Nos. 14 and 15 to reach 18-under for the week. As Wu made his way down the par-4 17th, Sigg, who held the lead with eight holes to play, carded a double bogey on No. 14 giving Wu the solo-lead.

On the difficult par-4 18th, Wu’s approach landed short of the green leaving him a difficult up-and-down. The 23-year-old delivered the shot of the championship as his chip rolled to within two feet. He tapped in for his par and posted the clubhouse lead at 18-under as Sigg entered his final stretch of holes one stroke behind.

Sigg failed to make birdie on Nos. 15, 16 and 17 and faced a one-stroke deficit heading to No. 18. After splitting the fairway on the 72nd hole, Sigg hit his second shot inside 10-feet leaving him a chance to match Wu at 18-under. While Wu warmed up for a playoff on the driving range, Sigg’s birdie attempt slid past the hole securing the victory for Wu.

“I didn’t ask about scores until after hitting my second shot on 18,” Wu said. “I asked my caddie if I had to chip it in from just short of the green. He’s like, ‘Nope, you actually have a one‑shot lead and a four would go a long way here.’”

“I knew I was playing well today, but I had no idea what other people were doing. I just tried to stick to my game plan and play well, finish hard and then hopefully come out on top.”

This week marked Wu’s sixth Korn Ferry Tour start of the season and eighth of his career. In his five previous starts this season, he made four cuts and added two top-10s, highlighted by a T2 at the Albertsons Boise Open presented by Kraft Nabisco two weeks ago.

Last December, Wu missed earning guaranteed starts for the 2020-21 season after finishing T61 at the Korn Ferry Tour Qualifying Tournament’s Final Stage. He found himself attempting to Monday qualify to earn starts this season and finally earned a spot in the field at the Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper through his conditional status. In his season debut, Wu finished T9 and has yet to take a week off since.

“Yeah, it was definitely disappointing because I had been playing so well all fall and to get to Orlando (Q-School) and come up I think three shots short was definitely a bummer,” Wu recalled. “But this was definitely a learning experience playing the Monday qualifiers and learning how to travel. This was my sixth tournament in a row, so getting through all that, that was I guess a blessing.”

With the victory, Wu secured his spot in the 2020 U.S. Open as well as PGA TOUR additional events for the 2020-21 season. Last year competing as an amateur, Wu finished T35 at the U.S. Open contested at Pebble Beach. Now in a few weeks, Wu will compete at Winged Foot minutes down the road from the house he grew up in.  

“It just hasn’t even set in yet. I’ve run through this scenario so many times the past few days, what would it feel like going home and getting to play and getting to tell my friends I can play this year, so it’s hard to believe at this point,” he said. “I’m just really happy how it unfolded.”

Sigg and McCarthy will join Wu at the 2020 U.S. Open at Winged Foot after securing their spots on Sunday. Stephan Jaeger and Curtis Luck will round out the five players who earned a spot in the field through the Korn Ferry Tour Championship Series.

Next week, the Korn Ferry Tour travels to Springfield, Illinois, for the Lincoln Land Championship presented by LRS.

U.S. Open Exemptions

 RankPlayerNameTournament Place
1Brandon Wu1
2Stephan JaegerT64
3Curtis LuckDNP
4Greyson Sigg2
5Dan McCarthyT3

*The top-five players in the three-event series points standings receive an exemption into the 2020 U.S. Open (points accrued from Albertsons Boise Open, Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship and Korn Ferry Tour Championship)

PGA TOUR Additional Event Exemptions

RankPlayerNameTournament Place
1Will ZalatorisT19
2Davis RileyT24
3Lee HodgesT29
4Taylor PendrithT9
5Brandon Wu1
6Greyson Sigg2
7David LipskyT6
8Mito PereiraT36
9Paul BarjonMC
10Stephan JaegerT64

*The top-10 players in the points standings receive exemptions into PGA TOUR additional events during the 2020-21 season


* Sunday’s weather: Mostly cloudy, with a high of 79. Winds E at 5-12 mph.

* This week’s purse was $1,000,000 with $180,000 going to the champion, Brandon Wu. The 23-year-old also received 750 Korn Ferry Tour points.

* Prior to his win, Wu’s best Korn Ferry Tour finish was a T2 at the Albertsons Boise Open two weeks ago.  

* Wu joins David Kocher (El Bosque Mexico Championship by INNOVA) as the only rookie winners on Tour this season. 

* With the victory, Wu became the 13th first-time winner this season on the Korn Ferry Tour.

* Wu joined Stephan Jaeger, Curtis Luck, Greyson Sigg and Dan McCarthy as players to earn spots in the 2020 U.S. Open through the Korn Ferry Tour Championship Series.

* Wu’s 7-under 65 matched Marty Dou and Ben Martin for the low round of the day on Sunday.

* Wu finished the week T5 in driving accuracy hitting 44 of 56 fairways.

* Will Zalatoris, Davis Riley, Lee Hodges, Taylor Pendrith and Paul Barjon also punched their tickets to Winged Foot after the WinCo Foods Portland Open presented by KraftHeinz earlier this season.

* The combined 2020-21 Korn Ferry Tour schedule will conclude with 25 PGA TOUR cards awarded at the 2021 WinCo Foods Portland Open presented by KraftHeinz, with an additional 25 cards awarded at the conclusion of the 2021 Korn Ferry Tour Finals.

* The par-3 11th hole (233 yards) played as the hardest hole on Sunday with a scoring average of 3.313.

* The par-5 10th hole (543 yards) and the par-5 15th (548 yards) played as the easiest holes on Sunday with scoring averages of 4.493.

*Victoria National Golf Club – Scoring Average:

                         Front                Back                 Total               Cumulative                    

R1                    35.308             36.033             71.342

R2                    35.817             35.625             71.442             71.392

R3                    34.627             35.254             69.881             70.888

R4                    35.060             35.239             70.299             70.741

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