Dylan Frittelli of South Africa walked shoulders high on the 18th green during the final round of the John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run.
The 29-year-old PGA Tour rookie won the John Deere Classic by two strokes with a bogey-free weekend that included rounds of 65 and 64 on the TPC Deere Run in Silvis III.
Frittelli believes that he has done excellent work considering that he had been 150th in the FedExCup throughout the season, which was very disappointing for him.
Frittelli’s psychologist, Jay Brunza, whom he began, working with when he played college golf at Texas, said that they had been communicating with Frittelli throughout the week. Even though Brunza declines to reveal the substance of his work with his clients, he said that he sent Dylan an encouraging text hoping that it would be of positive impact.
Frittelli disclosed that he had been carrying a lot of weight on his shoulders thanks to Brunza, who has been of great help to him. The two have been working on tons of techniques to try and perform the best.
On Sunday, Frittelli calmly and pleasantly equaled the second-best round of the day. He clinched the victory with a birdie at the par-5 17th hole. His first PGA Tour incidentally came in the same tournament that Spieth won in 2013 for his win.