Zack Sucher held on to his overnight lead on Sunday to win the Web.com Tour Midwest Classic held at the Nicklaus Golf Club at Lionsgate. Such struggled to hold on to the overnight lead beginning his round with two bogeys and a par to make the turn at one over par. The start on the back nine began with bogeys on 10 and 11. He made birdie on 13, but gave it back with a bogey on 14. Birdies filled the card for the 15th and 16th hole and he finished with par on 17 and 18 for the win.
Aaron Watkins began his final round with a bogey on the opening hole. He made birdie on 5 and 6, but made the turn at even par after making bogey on 9. He played the back nine at one over par making bogey on 14, birdie on 15, and bogey on 18. Watkins finished in second place at 16 under par.
Bill Lunde moved up one spot at the end of the final day to third. He made the turn three over par with a double bogey on 2, birdie on 6, bogey on 7 and bogey on 9. He played the back nine at five under par with a birdie on 12, eagle on 13, bogey on 14, and birdies on 15, 16, and 17. He finished the tournament at 15 under par.
One shot back of Lunde at 14 under par is fourth place finisher Jonathan Randolph. Randolph played a bogey free round with a birdie on 6, making the turn at one under par. Birdies on 11, 13, and 14 lead to three under par for the back nine. He finished at four under par for the round and 14 under for the tournament, moving up 11 spots from the Saturday round.
Derek Fathauer finished one shot back of Lunde for fifth place, going out of the front nine at one over par. He made birdie on number 2, but followed it up with bogey on 6 and 9. His back nine was promising with birdies on 10, 14, and 15, but a bogey crept in on 17. He made birdie on the par 4 finishing hole.
Andres Gonzales, Kyle Reifers, Tom Hoge, Aron Price, and Jason Gore finished the Midwest Classic at 12 under par and a tie for sixth place. Gonzales moved up 17 spots from the third round. He posted four birdies three bogeys and an eagle to move up the leaderboard.