Henrik Stenson, Sweden, wins the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club.
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Henrik shot a final round -6 under par 64 to win the Wyndham Championship with a -22 under par total. a one shot victory;
“It was anyone’s tournament on the back nine.”
“I had to keep on making birdies, because Ollie was surely not backing down.”
“I thought I had a two-shot cushion, and as I walked over to the 18th hole and looked around, `Oh, OK, Ollie birdied it as well.”
“So I better scramble a par here to get the win.”
“It’s certainly a good time to start firing.”
“We know the kind of damage you can do in the playoffs.”
“If you get hot and keep on playing well, you have a chance to challenge.”
Ollie Schniederjans claimed second place at -21 under, he also had a last round -6 under 64;
“When I stuffed it (on No. 18), I thought that’s probably going to be a playoff.”
“And he birdied 17 and got par on 18. Hat’s off to him, he had a great finish, too.”
“Just one short.”
Webb Simpson was then in third place at -18 under, his last round -3 under 67 was not good enough to challenge for the top spot.