Marc Leishman shot an 8-under 62 on Sunday in the Travelers Championship, then went back to the clubhouse to eat, watch some soccer and wait to see where he'd finish.
More than two hours later, after Charley Hoffman blew a two-shot lead on the final two holes, Leishman was celebrating his first PGA Tour title.
"I think Charley was on the 15th when I turned the golf on," Leishman said. "I watched that, then just went over and hit some balls and putted for a bit, and it turned out well."
The 28-year-old Australian began the day six shots behind the leaders but made eight birdies in a bogey-free round. He finished at 14-under 266 in Cromwell, Conn., and won $1,080,000.
"I didn't think it was going to be enough," he said. "Golf is a funny game, a really funny game."
Hoffman was 16 under heading to the 17th tee but pushed his drive right and into the water. He made a double bogey and bogeyed 18 after hitting his approach into a greenside bunker.
"Obviously a bad finish and a bad taste in my mouth, but you learn from it," he said.
Hoffman closed with a 66 to tie for second with Masters champion Bubba Watson (65) at 267 at TPC River Highlands.
Rory Sabbatini finished six shots behind the leader but took home a gold Rolex after making his first hole-in-one on the tour. His shot on the 161-foot 16th hit and spun left into the hole.
Hunter Mahan shot a career-low 61 and tied for 11th. In the first pair of
LPGA Tour: Brittany Lang won the Manulife Financial Classic, birdieing the par-5 18th three straight times in a playoff in Waterloo, Ontario.
Lang missed a birdie try on that hole in regulation and settled for a 4-under 67, tied with Hee Kyung Seo (67), Inbee Park (69) and Chella Choi (63) at 16-under 268. Choi was eliminated on the first extra hole, and Park dropped out on the second.
Lang, Seo and Park, playing in the final threesome at Grey Silo, all had a chance to win in regulation but settled for pars on the finishing hole.
Lang won $195,000 for her first tour title.
Stacy Lewis (72) and So Yeon Ryu (64) tied for fifth place at 269.
Pleasanton native Paula Creamer (67) shared 14th place at 275, while Michelle Wie (74) was 68th at 287.
Champions Tour: Mark Calcavecchia won the Montreal Championship, closing with an 8-under 64 for a two-shot victory. He had six birdies and chipped in for eagle on the par-5 16th on the Richelieu Valley course in Sainte-Julie, Quebec. He finished at 16-under 200 and won $270,000. Brad Bryant (65) finished second.
Nationwide Tour: Casey Wittenberg birdied four of the last nine holes en route to a two-shot win at the Wichita (Kan.) Open. He shot a 5-under 66 to finish at 18-under 266. Wittenberg, who tied for 10th in the U.S. Open, won $108,000. Justin Hicks (67) and Jim Herman (70) shared second at Crestview Country Club. Former Stanford star Joseph Bramlett (68) tied for fourth at 271 and earned $23,625.