Webb Simpson won by six strokes over Ryo Ishikawa and Jason Bohn at the 2013 Shriners Open in Las Vegas on Sunday, shooting 24-under over the course of four days for an easy victory. Simpson's best round came on Friday, when he shot an 8-under 63 to tie the third-lowest score of the tournament. The second lowest score of the tournament was a 61 shot by Andres Romero of Argentina on Thursday. He missed the cut after shooting a tournament-worst 81 on Friday.
J.J. Henry led the tournament after Round 1 with an 11-under 60 on Thursday. He fell back with a 71 on Friday that helped elevate Simpson to the top of the leaderboard. Once in front of the pack, Simpson was able to keep Ishikawa and Bohn safely at bay over the final two days of the tournament.
Charley Hoffman shot 64 on Sunday to make a late push up to fourth on the leaderboard at 17-under overall. Luke Guthrie and Troy Matteson were able to move into ties for fifth place with Charles Howell III and Chesson Hadley by also shooting 64 on the final day. Hadley shot 70 to fall back from his challenge on Simpson.
Head over to PGATour.com for a full leaderboard. Final Top 10 below:
1) Webb Simpson - 24-under
t2) Ryo Ishikawa - 18-under
t2) Jason Bohn - 18-under
4) Charley Hoffman - 17-under
t5) Luke Guthrie - 16-under
t5) Troy Matteson - 16-under
t5) Charles Howell III - 16-under
t5) Chad Hadley - 16-under
t9) Freddie Jacobson - 15-under
t9) Ryan Moore - 15-under
t9) Jeff Overton - 15-under