Lehi's Tony Finau and Farmington's Daniel Summerhays found Sunday's final round in the PGA Championship both challenging and frustrating.
Finau, who began the day in the top 25, fired a 3-over-par 74 to finish in a tie for 44th at 4-over par for golf's final major of the season.
Summerhays improved on his Saturday 6-over-par score with a 5-over-par 76, but his struggles dropped him to a tie for 71st at 12-over par.
Finau played the back nine in 1-under-par 35, but he could not overcome a front nine that included three bogeys and a costly double bogey 6 on the par 4 No. 6. For the tournament, Finau made 14 birdies and eagle and 40 pars. He had 14 bogeys and three double bogeys. Those three doubles ultimately cost him a dance under par for the event.
Summerhays made the cut on Friday, a big deal for him to inherit part of the $10 million purse payout to keep him inside the 125 in FedEx Cup rankings, but his 12-over-par finish was frustrating, as many of the top players in the world found Quail Hollow.
Summerhays scorecard blew up with three double bogeys on Sunday which offset a nice eagle on No. 15 coming home on the back. The normally steady Summerhays, who had a top three finish in the event a year ago, had 11 birdies, 40 pars, 15 bogeys and five double bogeys for the week.
Finau solidified his spot in the playoffs, dropping from 24th to 26th. Summerhays, who went into the PGA ranked 124th, stayed there after Sunday's play. There is one more event in the regular season, the Wyndham Championship at Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, North Carolina. Summerhays needs to solidify his spot with a good outing next week. Failure to rank in the top 125 means he would lose his card.