Jonas Blixt shot a 3-under 67 Sunday to win the rain-delayed Greenbrier Classic by two strokes in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va.

The Swede emerged from a five-player chase over the final five holes to pick up the $1.1 million winner's check. Among the perks for his victory are a spot in next year's Masters.

Blixt also will move to around No. 50 in the next world ranking, which is used as the alternate list to fill the field for this month's British Open. That would make him the top alternate in a year that about eight players from the list will get into the Open at Muirfield.

Blixt overcame a four-shot deficit at the start of the final round and finished at 13-under 267. Third-round leader Johnson Wagner (73), Australians Steven Bowditch (68) and Matt Jones (68), and Jimmy Walker (71) tied for second at 11 under.

Blixt went from a tie to a two-shot lead when he made a 9-foot birdie putt on No. 16 to move to 13 under. No other player made a birdie after that. Wagner bogeyed the par-3 15th moments later to fall to 11 under alongside Bowditch and Walker.

Blixt won the Frys.com Open last year as a tour rookie. But entering the Greenbrier Classic, he hadn't had a top-10 finish yet this season, missing as many cuts as he made.

Soccer

Gabriel Torres scored twice to lead Panama to a 2-1 victory over Mexico in the first round of the CONCACAF Gold Cup at the Rose Bowl.

Also in Pasadena, Fabrice Reuperne scored with less than a minute remaining in stoppage time to lift Martinique to a 1-0 victory over Canada.

  • Bernardo Anor's early goal helped the host Columbus Crew defeat Portland 1-0 in an MLS match, ending the Timbers' 15-game unbeaten streak. Portland (7-2-9) had gone 7-0-8 since March 9.

  • Benny Feilhaber and Graham Zusi scored in the first eight minutes, and Sporting Kansas City beat the Chicago Fire 2-1 in Bridgeview, Ill., snapping Chicago's three-match winning streak. The victory was only Kansas City's second in its past seven MLS matches.

    Hockey

    The Anaheim Ducks signed left wing Matt Beleskey to a two-year contract extension through 2014-15. Beleskey had eight goals, five assists and 56 penalty minutes in 42 games with Anaheim last season. The 25-year-old winger led the club in hits with 103.

  • The Buffalo Sabres reacquired Henrik Tallinder from the New Jersey Devils for prospect Riley Boychuk. Tallinder spent the past three seasons with the Devils after spending parts of eight seasons with the Sabres.