Lowry scored a tie for third place after shooting a one-under 70 in the final round of the RBC Heritage.
Lowry was spectacular in the first two rounds, as he posted ten birdies and just one bogey to take the 36-hole lead. His ball striking was not quite as strong on the weekend, however, and he ended up settling for a T3. Overall, Lowry ranked top-five in SG: Off-the-tee, SG: Around, scrambling percentage, and GIR's. This was a much needed showing for Lowry who had missed the cut in four of his last five stroke play events. He will play alongside Padraig Harrington at the Zurich Classic next week.