Rickie Fowler shot a final-round 74 at TPC Scottsdale to claim a two-stroke victory at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Fowler overcame a double- (No. 5) and triple-bogey (No. 11), highlighted by two birdies on his final four holes to finish with a four-day total of 17-under par, two clear of Branden Grace (69).
It was the 30-year old American’s fifth career PGA Tour title, and first since the 2017 Honda Classic. He earned $1,278,000 and 500 FedExCup points, while also picking up 56 OWGR points to move back into the top-10 at No. 8.
Runner-up Grace, meanwhile, collected a check for $766,800, along with 300 FedExCup and 33.6 OWGR points. Grace is projected to move from 53rd to 40 in the Official World Golf Rankings.
One further back was Justin Thomas (72) at 14-under par. Thomas took home $482,800 and 190 FedExCup points. He added 22.4 world ranking points and remains at No. 4.
FINAL SCORES, MONEY & POINTS: WASTE MANAGEMENT PHOENIX OPEN
TPC Scottsdale Stadium | Scottsdale, AZ | February 3, 2019