Kevin Kisner 'drank' after his playoff losses at Harbour Town, Players

Kevin Kisner ‘drank’ after his playoff losses at Harbour Town, Players

Kevin Kisner has burst into the public consciousness in the last month or so because of his performances at the RBC Heritage and The Players Championship. Unfortunately, both of those efforts ended in playoff losses to eventual champions that made championship-clinching birdies.

So, what did he do to get over the heartbreak of being denied his first PGA Tour win twice in a month?

"Drank," Kisner said in an interview with the PGA Tour. "Is that a good answer?"

Though Kisner has made plenty of money in his last few starts, the 31-year-old said he would like to trade places with Tiger Woods for a day -- because Kisner would like to spend the 14-time major winner's cash.

Kisner explained, "You can buy anything with his silly money."

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