Justin Rose posted a final-round 64 to win the Fort Worth Invitational by three shots over Brooks Koepka.
The 37-year old Rose finished his final day at Colonial Country Club with two bogeys offset by eight birdies, highlighted by a seven-hole stretch (Nos. 5-11) of five gains.
The win earned the Englishman $1,278,000 and 500 FedExCup points, which moves him to No. 2 in the standings behind Justin Thomas. He also picked up 56 Official World Golf Rankings points and will jump from No. 5 to 3.
Runner-up Koepka took home a check for $766,800, along with 300 FedEx points and 33.6 OWGR points, which moves the reigning U.S. Open champ back into the world top 10 (11th to 9th).
FINAL MONEY: FORT WORTH INVITATIONAL
Colonial Country Club | Fort Worth, TX | May 27, 2018
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