Jason Day was back to looking like the top-ranked golfer as he wrapped up the RBC Heritage, following up a season-worst 79 in the third round with a 3-under 68 on Sunday.
Day now starts a welcome week off after a remarkable — and grueling — run of tournament golf that included victories at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and the WGC-Dell Match Play before a tie for 10th last week at the Masters.
Day looked as though he'd have a chance to add this trophy to his case, sharing the 36-hole lead at Harbour Town Golf Links. But his Saturday round here included a double bogey and eight bogeys to drop off the pace.
Day was much more on target in the final round with four birdies and finished with his third round in the 60s here.