Xander Schauffele equalled the course record with an 11-under-par 62 to win the Sentry Tournament of Champions by a stroke ahead of Gary Woodland in Hawaii on Sunday.
Schauffele started the final round five strokes behind overnight leader Woodland and fell further back with a bogey at the first at the Kapalua Plantation course on Maui.
But two eagles – the second from 105 yards at the par-four 12th – and eight birdies catapulted the American to his fourth victory on the PGA Tour.
He finished at 23-under 269, while Woodland shot 68 for second place.
Rory McIlroy, who started the day in second, faded with a 72 to finish eight shots back tied for fourth. -- Reuters