Seamus Power was close to following up last week's PGA Tour win at the Bermuda Championship with another, after he finished in a tie for third at the WWT Championship over the weekend.
The result has pushed him into the top-30 in the world rankings, to first place in the FedEx Cup rankings, and into an automatic Ryder Cup qualification spot.
Despite finishing short, in what was a stacked field - Scottie Scheffler, Viktor Hovland, and Colin Morikawa were all competing - Power will have some classy highlights to take home with him.
His bogey-free final round was impressive, but it was during his third round on Saturday where he got hot.
During the round of 63, the Waterford native managed a rare three hole-outs, which also included a hole-in-one on the par 3 eighth.
Multiple Hole-Outs For Seamus Power
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"It was a great day out there," Seamus Power said after his third round. "I actually feel great after last week. You know, I think sometimes it's easy to overplay as a player. I think the thing that's helping me right now is I took five weeks off after the Playoffs finished in Delaware.
"It was a long summer, and I needed to get the energy levels and the fun of the game back in there. I did that, and I feel like I'm in a great spot right now.
"Obviously, today I got some great breaks, played some really nice golf. It's obviously a bonus to hole out some of those shots, but it was one of those days. I was burning the edges all over the place with putts, so it's kind of weird a couple of wedge shots went in. That's golf sometimes, and hopefully, I can get some of the putts to drop tomorrow."