Harris English clinched a third PGA Tour title on Sunday when he won the Sentry Tournament of Champions in a playoff.
Having led the event from the opening round, English was poised for a big performance on the final day.
He was, however, set to be pushed until the very end by a handful of contenders, claiming his first victory in more than seven years.
A final-round 69 had English finish on 24 under par for the week, alongside Joaquin Niemann as they headed down the 18th for a playoff.
English kept his cool and managed to roll in for par, which proved to be enough to see off Niemann, who was heading for a fifth shot when English sank his putt.
‘It feels amazing. All the hard work that has gone into this, all the highs and lows of golf that it brings over a career and I feel like I’ve gotten out of my valley and getting back to the tournaments and some of the quality of golf that I know I can play,’ English said following his win.
‘Every week you play with somebody that you might think does this better, does that better, but you are who you are, and you can get better at what you do. That’s what I’ve learned – to not go up and down the range saying, “I need to be like Dustin or Justin Thomas or Xander Schauffele”.
Worth the wait.
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Defending champion Justin Thomas managed to conclude his week with a brilliant 66 securing him third spot, while overnight-leader Ryan Palmer finished a stroke back on 23 under.