With a final-round 67, Sergio Garcia claimed a one-stroke victory over Peter Malnati (63) at the Sanderson Farms Championship.
Garcia finished his fourth round at The Country Club of Jackson (MS) with two bogeys offset by one eagle and five birdies, highlighted by a final-hole gain to clinch his his first PGA Tour title since his breakthrough major victory at the 2017 Masters.
The win in Mississippi was Garcia’s 11th career PGA Tour title.
Along with the world’s fuunkiest (ugliest?) looking trophy, the now 40-year old Spaniard earned $1,188,000, 500 FedExCup points, and 30 OWGR points. He is expected to move to No. 38 in the Official World Golf Rankings when released later this evening.
For his runner-up finish, Malnati took home $719,400, 300 FedExCup points, and 18 world ranking points.
Final Money, Points, Scores
Sanderson Farms Championship
Country Club of Jackson | Jackson, MS | Oct 1-4, 2020
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