The John Deere Classic has been the home of several first-time winners on the PGA Tour, and this year was no different for Dylan Frittelli. He started the final round two shots behind 54-hole leaders Cameron Tringale and Andrew Landry, and he opened his round with three consecutive birdies. Another birdie on 8, and Dylan made the turn in 4-under31. While Russell Henley set the clubhouse lead at 19-under, Frittelli took command of the tournament with birdies on 10 and 11. His birdie on 17 opened up a two-shot lead, and after a par on the 18th, Dylan Frittelli’s 7-under 64 was good enough for his first career PGA Tour victory.
Next week, the PGA Tour’s best golfers head toNorthern Ireland for the Open Championship. Stateside, the BarbasolChampionship will be played in Kentucky for the first time.