Shell Houston Open. Darren Points the Way and Wins April 02 2013

Logo Image Darren Andrew Points won the Shell Houston Open at Redstone Golf Club on Sunday. D.A. Points at the Shell Houston Open Darren Andrew Points / Getty Images D.A. Points won the Shell Houston Open with a thirteen foot par saving putt on the 18th hole at Redstone, to capture his second career victory with a tournament total of -16 under par. His final round was a solid -6 under par 66, the same score as Henrik Stenson and Billy Horschel, who both tied for second place at -15 under par. Darren, who is now going to the Masters at Augusta said he never counted himself out; "I never count myself out, I never just chalk it up like, `Oh, this year is over with.' I've never felt like that. I was just grinding, just trying to wait and try to find that one thing that like, `Boom! There it is.' And there I go. Fortunately, it was this week and I capitalized on it. I've been having a really tough year, to have a putt to win, you want that starting out every week. I would have liked for it to have been closer. I never not think it's on my radar, I want to win. I want to win more than once. I want to have the opportunity to win majors. I want to play in Ryder Cups and Presidents Cup. These are things I want to do, and I know I'm capable of doing."  Henrik is also going to Augusta; " I said to my caddie walking up 18, no matter what, we're playing for a green jacket in a couple of weeks, that will be nice." Rory McIlroy,  the world's No. 2 player finished his week at the Shell Houston Open by making a 25-foot birdie putt for a 70 and a tie for 45th place. A long way from where he wanted to be, and not a good omen for Augusta National. Rory will now play the Valero Texas Open next week before heading to the Masters.