Las Vegas resident and Shriners Hospitals for Children Open champion Kevin Na put on a scoring show in an event that has a reputation as a birdie fest.
Kansas City (4-1), which closed as a 10½-point favorite, suffered its first loss of the season in a 19-13 defeat to Indianapolis on Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium.
UNLV’s Jack Trent shot a final round 68 to finish in a 29th-place tie in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open as its only amateur.
Canadian Adam Hadwin finished second at the Safeway Open last week. He settled for fourth at the Shriners Open this week and is hoping to make Presidents Cup team.
This week was the first time former UNLV golfer and 2013 Masters champion Adam Scott had been in Las Vegas since he stopped working with swing coach Butch Harmon.
Las Vegas resident Kevin Na parred the par-4 17th hole Sunday evening to defeat Patrick Cantlay in a sudden-death playoff and claim the Shriners Hopsitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin.
Phil Mickelson made his first appearance in Las Vegas’ PGA Tour event since 2005 and was somewhat satisfied with his performance despite never challenging for the title.
Phil Mickelson didn’t disappoint his fans Saturday, spending about 20 minutes signing autographs after shooting a 3-over 74 in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Jack Trent shot 5-under 66 Saturday, was tied for sixth at one point and is tied for 28th at 11-under 202 after three rounds of the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open.
Kevin Na seized the third-round lead by firing a 10-under-par 61 Saturday at TPC Summerlin to finish at 22-under 191. His three-day total is a tournament record.