When Tom Kim and Patrick Cantlay headed down the 72nd hole, the pair were tied for the lead. But after a triple bogey nightmare from Cantlay,

the trophy belonged to Kim as he claimed his second PGA Tour title in just four starts to become the second youngest multiple-winner in PGA Tour history.

It was extremely close during the final day at TPC Summerlin. Still, the 20-year-old continued his impressive form,

Kim clinching the Shriners Children's Open to add another stunning victory to his young CV and move into World'sPlay. His fourth,

Cantlay's nightmare continued when his shot hit a bush. and found water short of the green, guaranteeing that the title was heading into Kim's hands.

The 20-year-old duly rolled his putt to the given line as par on the last meant he finished the tournament without a single bogey over 72 holes!

At the start of the final day, it was Cantlay and Kim who started with a share of the lead on 19 under par, and throughout the day,

After a tight front nine, Kim held the advantage, with a 3-under 32 opening nine that put him a stroke ahead of Cantlay. However, three holes later,