New Zealand’s Danny Lee won a four-man play-off at LIV Golf’s Tucson event for his first tournament victory in eight years and $4m (£3.2m) prize money.
Lee, 32, who joined the Saudi Arabian-funded tour last month, had last won at the 2015 PGA Tour Greenbrier Classic.
A two-under-par 69 put him at nine under and tied with Mexico’s Carlos Ortiz and South African’s Brendan Steele and Louis Oosthuizen in Arizona.
Lee sealed victory with a 25ft birdie putt on the third play-off hole.
“Last win I had was also a four-man play-off,” said Lee, whose winning putt from off the green clattered into the flagstick before dropping in the hole. “Maybe it was a coincidence, I don’t know. But it feels pretty amazing right now.
“I just felt like winning is just not my thing, but [this] just changed that. It’s just good to see I’m capable of playing some good golf again.”
Lee, who won $15.3m in 303 PGA Tour events over a decade, has now won a quarter of that amount in six rounds at LIV Golf, having also picked up $125,000 for his Iron Heads GC quartet coming third in the team standings.
Fireballs GC, captained by Sergio Garcia, won the overall team competition.
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