American Brian Gay clinched his first PGA Tour victory in seven years when he beat Wyndham Clark in a playoff at the Bermuda Championship on Sunday.
Gay shot a final-round 64 to climb the leaderboard, which became slightly congested at the summit, to finish his week on 15 under par.
Despite the 48-year-old doing his best with a round of seven par, Clark remained the man to beat with his six-under 65 for the final round.
It meant the two players returned to the par-four 18th hole to determine the winner and it was Gay, who prevailed with a birdie, while Clark made a par, to become the oldest winner on the PGA Tour since 2015.
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South Africa’s Branden Grace managed to sign his week off in style with a final-round 67 on Sunday to conclude the event on three under par.
Grace struggled on opening day but slowly battled his way back and will ultimately be relieved with the fight he showed towards the end.