Dustin Johnson was the overnight leader but a final-round 77 saw him slide dramatically as C.T. Pan reigned supreme on Sunday.
Dustin Johnson is in great position to win the RBC Heritage following three rounds of play.
Shane Lowry leads the RBC Heritage, but Dustin Johnson is in contention in South Carolina.
Shane Lowry produced a bogey-free opening round to take the lead at the RBC Heritage.
Kim Si-woo's wayward putting proved costly as Satoshi Kodaira came out on top after three play-off holes at the RBC Heritage.
Bryson DeChambeau fell out of contention as Ian Poulter closed on a second PGA Tour win in the space of a month at the RBC Heritage.
American Bryson DeChambeau tops the leaderboard ahead of Kim Si-woo and Ian Poulter approaching the weekend.
South African Rory Sabbatini – without a PGA Tour win since 2011 – leads the RBC Heritage by two strokes.
Poulter needs to make at least $30,624 next week to regain his PGA Tour card after a major medical extension.
American Wesley Bryan, 27, carded a four-under-par 67 to win the tournament by a stroke on Sunday.