Santiago, Chile (Sports Network) - Kevin Kisner shot 4-under 68 on Sunday to
secure a 1-stroke victory at the Chile Classic.
Riding the momentum of his third-round, course-record 61, Kisner pulled away
from fellow overnight leaders Edward Loar and Benjamin Alvarado with five
birdies against a single bogey at Prince of Wales Country Club. The 29-year
old, who missed the cut in his previous two starts this year, finished at 21-
under 267 and secured his second Web.com Tour victory.
Loar had four bogeys on Sunday en route to a final-round 69 and a tie for
second place with Brice Garnett, who shot 68. Alvarado (71) and Guy Boros (65)
ended in a tie for fourth place at 18-under.
More to follow.
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