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Kevin Kisner wins Wyndham Championship in six-man playoff: Results, recaps, highlights from the PGA TOUR

DraftKings Live recaps PGA TOUR golf results from Wyndham Championship.

PGA: Wyndham Championship - Final Round Rob Kinnan-USA TODAY Sports

Below, DK Live recaps some of the most noteworthy PGA TOUR performances for the Wyndham Championship. To see the entire leaderboard and receive push notifications for breaking PGA TOUR news, download the DK Live app. You can also get immediate golf news by following DK Live on Twitter at @dklive.

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Round 4 Recap — Sunday

The final event of the PGA TOUR regular season provides plenty of drama, and this season definitely didn’t disappoint with a record-tying six-man playoff. Ultimately, Kisner ($8,400; 129.5 DKFP) made birdie on the second playoff hole to claim his fourth career PGA TOUR victory, but just his first playoff win in his six chances. Kisner started the final round with four birdies in his first six holes and also birdied two of his final three to make the playoff. Adam Scott ($9,200; 110 DKFP) missed a short putt on the first playoff hole to win the tournament. Instead, he settled for a runner-up finish along with Si Woo Kim ($9,100; 120 DKFP), Branden Grace ($7,400; 115 DKFP), Kevin Na ($8,800; 116 DKFP) and Roger Sloan ($6,700; 113 DKFP). — Zach Thompson

Justin Rose three-putts his way out of the playoffs

The top 125 in the FedEx Cup standings after the Wyndham Championship earn full-time PGA TOUR status for 2021-22 and are eligible for the postseason, which starts at THE NORTHERN TRUST. Rose ($8,000; 101.5 DKFP) was in good shape after a strong Final Round but three-putted No. 18 to drop into a tie for 10th, leaving him one spot out of the playoffs at No. 126. His slip-up moved Chesson Hadley ($6,600; 113 DKFP) up to No. 125 after his scorching final round of eight-under 62, highlighted by a hole-in-one. Scott Piercy ($7,000; 97 DKFP) and Roger Sloan ($6,700; 113 DKFP) also moved into the top 125 while Ryan Armour ($7,000; 24 DKFP), Patrick Rodgers ($7,300; 35 DKFP) and Bo Hoag ($7,100; 39.5 DKFP) fell out of playoff spots. — Zach Thompson

Round 3 Recap — Saturday

Russell Henley holds three-shot lead at Wyndham Championship

Henley ($9,400; 113 DKFP) posted an underwhelming one-under par 69 on Saturday, including a closing bogey on 18, but still carries a three-shot lead heading into the final round. He will be seeking the wire-to-wire win Sunday, which would mark the fourth PGA victory of Henley’s career. With -120 odds on DraftKings Sportsbook, the 32-year-old is unsurprisingly the heavy favorite to win the Wyndham Championship. Next on the leaderboard is Tyler McCumber ($6,000; 87.5 DKFP), who sits alone at second with a score of -12. The 30-year-old recorded a bogey-free four-under par 66 on moving day, and sports +1600 odds on DraftKings Sportsbook to capture the first PGA TOUR win of his career Sunday. — Alex Hunter

Roger Sloan, Branden Grace surge up leaderboard Saturday at Wyndham Championship

Following his six-under par 64 on Friday, Sloan ($6,700; 90.5 DKFP) posted another 64 on moving day at Sedgefield Country Club, while not recording a single bogey in the process. Grace ($7,400; 84.5 DKFP) also carded a 64 Saturday at the Wyndham Championship, and these low numbers moved the two players all the way up to a tie for third place at -11. Tying Sloan and Grace for the low rounds of Saturday with another six-under par 64 was Adam Scott ($9,200; 72 DKFP). The Aussie caught fire and racked up nine birdies during the third round and his -9 score for the tournament puts him at a tie for ninth heading into Sunday. In the $750K Flop Shot, it is worth noting Scott, Grace and Sloan were all under 7% owned. — Alex Hunter

Round 2 Recap — Friday

Russell Henley takes sizable lead into the weekend at Wyndham Championship

Henley ($9,400) has been on fire to start the week at the Wyndham Championship. He opened with an eight-under-par 62 on Thursday, which was the lowest round on the course, and followed that up with a six-under-par 64 on Friday. Overall, his score of 14-under-par for the tournament gives him a four-shot lead over Webb Simpson ($10,600), Rory Sabbatini ($7,300) and Scott Piercy ($7,000), who are all tied for second at 10-under-par. Henley was one of the most popular DFS options of the week, checking in with an approximate ownership of 23.7% across DraftKings tournaments. He enters the weekend as the favorite to win the tournament at +130 on DraftKings Sportsbook, but Simpson isn’t far behind at +330. — Matt LaMarca

Hideki Matsuyama headlines missed cuts at Wyndham Championship

Very few came into this week with better form than Matsuyama ($11,000). The 29-year-old carded a T4 at the Olympics and then finished runner-up at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude after losing in a playoff to Abraham Ancer. However, after shooting one-under-par 69s for each of the first two rounds at Sedgefield CC, Matsuyama failed to make the cut by one stroke at the Wyndham, marking only his fifth missed weekend this season in 24 starts. Mito Pereria ($7,900) and Patton Kizzire ($7,600) will also be heading home early from Greensboro after their even-par scores following the second round kept them three shots outside the cutline. Both players were very chalky DFS options this week, ranking in the top five in ownership for the $750K Flop Shot tournament on DraftKings. — Alex Hunter

Round 1 Recap — Thursday

First round of Wyndham Championship suspended due to darkness

No one is sitting as comfortably as Russell Henley ($9,400; 67.5 DKFP) heading into play on Friday at the Wyndham Championship. He lays claim to the lowest score at the suspension of Thursday’s first round due to darkness after carding an eight-under 62 on the day, staying bogey-free with six birdies and an eagle. Henley’s lead is currently two shots over a group of seven at -6, which consists of Chris Kirk ($7,200; 50.5 DKFP), Sung Kang ($6,200; 47 DKFP), Adam Hadwin ($6,900; 43 DKFP), Scott Piercy ($7,000; 52 DKFP), Michael Thompson ($6,900; 49.5 DKFP), Ted Potter Jr. ($6,100; 47 DKFP) and Hudson Swafford ($6,200; 51.5 DKFP). Play will resume at 7:30 a.m. ET on Friday, with the second round beginning as previously scheduled. — Kenny Ducey

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