Brett Quigley Wins Constellation Furyk & Friends
Rhode Island’s Brett Quigley held on to win the Constellation Furyk & Friends Championship on Sunday afternoon in Jacksonville, Florida.
Quigley was 11-under par for the tournament to win by one shot over Steven Alker.
“I felt good all week. I just felt solid all week, not much drama. Like I said, I didn’t hit a bad shot on 14 tee shot and then it was like, oh, my gosh, here we go,” said Quigley after the round.
This is Quigley’s second PGA Tour Champions win of his career, and his first since 2020.
Quigley’s Final Round
Starting the final round with a one shot lead, Quigley opened with birdies on two of the first three holes to get to two-under for the day.
He parred out the rest of the front nine to turn at two-under 34.
On the back side, Quigley birdied the tenth hole to get to three under for the day.
Disaster struck on the 14th hole when Quigley made a double-bogey to drop ton one-under for the day.
“I was pissed. I was like — it was my tournament and I didn’t birdie 13 to really put it away. Then I never thought, I never thought it was going to be an issue getting it hole high on — I didn’t think I hit enough club to hit it hole high on 14. I knew I didn’t want to get it hole high on 14, and then it was — I mean, honestly, I could have been there all day. I had such a horrible lie to start with, then I thought I made the third shot and it goes right over the green again. I’m like, you’re kidding me. No, I wasn’t panicked, I was just more mad at myself for making it more interesting,” said Quigley.
Quigley would par out to card a one-under 71 on the round and hold on to win by one shot.