Jason Day birdied two of the last three holes on Sunday to win the Wells Fargo Championship and claim his second title of the year.
The Australian held off the challenge of Americans Aaron Wise and Nick Watney as he fired a two-under final round of 69 to finish on 12-under for a two-stroke victory.
The 30-year-old enjoyed an up-and-down final round before successive bogeys saw Wise draw with four holes left.
But birdies at the 16th and 17th saw him pull away to clinch his 12th career PGA Tour win.
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“I had no idea where the ball was going today; especially off the tee,” Day said afterwards. “I missed a lot of fairways; missed a lot of greens, and my short game stood the test, which was nice.”
“This is probably one of the best wins I’ve ever had, just because of how hard everything was today,” he added.
“The biggest thing is, you’re playing mental games with yourself. You’re thinking, and subconsciously going, “you’re not gonna do this; you can’t.”
The win comes after Day’s victory at January’s Farmers Insurance Open, his first title since the 2016 Players Championship.
Wise, who was chasing his maiden PGA win,had to settle for joint second with Watney (69) on 10 under after a 68.
Bryson DeChambeau finished in fourth place on eight under while Phil Mickelson was a shot further back tied with Peter Uihlein and England’s Paul Casey.
Masters champion Patrick Reed was eighth on six under.
The 23-year-old was playing in only his second major.
The 23-year-old triumphed at the US PGA Championship thanks to a magnificent final round of 64.
The US player held off England’s Paul Casey, who finished tied for second with Dustin Johnson.
The 23-year-old emerged from a seven-way tie to snatch the lead in California.
The American carded five birdies and two bogeys en route to a final-round 67.
The top 17 names on the leaderboard are separated by just four shots in California.
Paul Casey cut a calm and relaxed figure after keeping himself in the hunt at the PGA Championship on Saturday.
How does Brooks Koepka feel ahead of the final round of the PGA Championship? Confident.
Round of 72 does little to enhance his chances of a 16th major.