Bold Henley rises Houston Open

Henley started Sunday behind Kang Sung-hoon though while a South Korean was shy and nervy, a American was dauntless and daring.

Henley was assertive via a day and it paid off as he holed a towering 10 birdies to get to 20-under-par.

He was means to fill-in his plain iron-play with some considerable putting.

On a contrary, Sung-hoon seemed moving a whole day and attempted to urge his lead rather than to win a tournament. As a result, he usually done dual birdies and cancelled them out with dual bogeys.

The win means that Henley will play during a Masters subsequent week.

“I wasn’t awaiting to go behind to Augusta,” Henley pronounced afterwards.

“I was formulation on not going, though we was going to try my best to win.

“So, a fact we get to go behind is flattering cold and I’m excited. It hasn’t unequivocally sunk in yet.”

Rickie Fowler finished third after a frustrating shutting turn that only never got going for him.

He shot 70 and will be mad with a double-bogey he done on a second hole. 

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