Kevin Kisner managed to finally break his drought during the playoffs and winning the Wyndham Championship. He believes that this victory would further contribute towards his goal of representing the U.S during the Ryder Cup, which is yet another milestone in his professional career.
Kevin Kisner was successful in making a putt and winning the playoffs held on Sunday after he struck hole 18 with striking an approach as little as 3 feet at Sedgefield.
Kevin Kisner, the golfer who is 37 years of age, happens to be a master putter with 4 wins in his PGA tours. However, despite his achievements, he has never been selected or qualified for representing the United States during the matches held against players from Europe. Steve Stricker, the captain of America, will be picking six players after the Championship Tour and Kevin Kisner believes that is a part of the selection pool after his efforts.
Although Kisner has had a good run so far in his career, he has not been picked. Due to this circumstance, he is still yet to make a comment about being selected and does not intend to make an announcement unless the final selection is revealed.
Kevin Kisner On U.S. Team Selection
Kevin Kisner is optimistic about his selection in the team and stated that Stricker is a great friend, but would definitely look in the best interest of both the country and the team.
During the playoffs, Kevin Kisner managed to outrun players like Branden Grace, Kevin Na, Roger Sloan, Adam Scott, and Si Woo Kim. All the players had, however, managed to make pars during the first hole of the additional rounds. Kevin said that it was a sweet moment after winning the playoffs which appeared to be un-ending due to the ties. However, Kevin was able to win at the right moment after a slow and dry run over the tournament.