We here at the Cave loved watching Henrik Stenson’s Tour Championship and ResetCup wins this past weekend. It’s a fitting end to a season without a star dominating the sport; instead we see Stenson, arguably the most consistent player in the game win. He has finished outside the top three in just two of his last eight global starts springing to No. 4 in the world ranking. Not too bad for a guy who was outside the top 200 just two years ago.
Bob Harig recapped Stenson’s summer and early fall.
“Starting with the Scottish Open in July, Stenson’s results read as follows: T-3, 2, T-2, 3, T-43, 1, T-33, 1. That’s six top-three finishes, including two victories, in eight events. Stenson was runner-up at the Open Championship and WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, third at the PGA Championship, then won two of the four playoff events.”
So hats off to Henrik Stenson for winning the 2013 Tour Championship!
Want to relive the excitement? Check out Scratch’s favorite videos below!
Relive Stenson’s win with this Round 4 Recap!
Stenson was actually saved from a penalty during Round 2. After he was shown practicing, a viewer called in to raise the possibility that the tournament leader had a broken club in his bag. However, this time PGA officials did come to Stenson and check to make sure he had 13 clubs in his bag. Check out the recap below!
In the video below, Stenson talks with ESPN’s Bob Harig about his win.
Going into the weekend, it looked like Steve Stricker might be the winner come Sunday. In the video below from ESPN, Stricker talks with Michael Collins about what happened.
And let’s end on a lighter note. On Sunday, Keegan Bradley took Dufnering to the course – in front of Jason Dufner!