Tony Finau says there are positive signs from his performance at the Charles Schwab Challenge last week.
World number 13 Finau has struggled for form this season although he did manage to finish tied-fifth at the Masters last month, which was his best result of 2019 before last week’s event in Texas. Think Finau is on an upward curve? Want to know if the odds hold value? Click here for more.
The 29-year-old American shot a two-under-par round of 68 in Sunday’s final round at Colonial to finish in second on -9, four shots adrift of champion Kevin Na.
Although failing to land his second PGA Tour title, Finau was happy with how he performed over the course of the tournament and is hoping this can be the catalyst for the rest of the season.
“Outside of Augusta, I haven’t played great golf this year, for me up to my standards,” he told pgatour.com. “This is a huge step forward. Hopefully, this is a sign of things to come for the rest of the season.”
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