Two weeks, two wins, 43 under par. Tony Finau is proving his doubters wrong

"Riding the momentum of his comeback victory at the 3M Open last week in Minnesota, Tony Finau played the most impeccable golf of his career and claimed the Rocket Mortgage Classic on Sunday for his third PGA Tour win in his last 25 starts. A closing five-under 67 at Detroit Golf Club enabled the Utah native to pull away for a five-stroke victory over the trio of World No. 4 Patrick Cantlay and rookies Cameron Young and Taylor Pendrith.

In the last two weeks, the famously congenial Finau, 32, has been merciless against his peers. He is a combined 43 under par and is beginning to fulfill the promise he had shown through a series of tantalizing near-misses—including eight second-place finishes—since winning the 2016 Puerto Rico Open. He suffered one bogey, that coming on the 65th hole of the tournament, in breaking the event’s 72-hole scoring record with a 26-under 262 total, one better than Nate Lashley’s effort in the inaugural edition in 2019."