It was tough to figure out who was more excited in the end. Stewart Cink or his son Reagan. Cink won the Safeway Open on Sunday with Reagan on the bag in Napa, California, ending a long winless drought for dad and capping the first event of the PGA TOUR’s 2020-2021 season. “He’s a great kid to be around,” Cink said. “He knows the game in and out, like a PGA TOUR player himself. He did a great job keeping me positive and loose out there. All seven days we were out here, it’s been a blast.” This was the fourth time Reagan, 23, caddied for his father in a TOUR event. And the Cink family was quick to point out that their other son, Connor, wasn’t onsite but was celebrating a birthday today. Cink shot a final-round 7-under 65 to clip Harry Higgs by two shots. Cink’s previous win came 11 years, one month and 25 days ago at The Open Championship. “When you get 47 like I am, you don’t really, really know if you’re going to close the door on another one,” said Cink, who now has seven TOUR wins. He is now fully exempt through the 2022-23 seasons, earned 500 FedExCup points and gets into THE PLAYERS Championship and the Sentry Tournament of Champions.