Sergio Garcia made a tap-in birdie on the 72nd hole to win the Sanderson Farms Championship to take his first US PGA title since capturing the 2017 Masters.
The 40-year-old Spaniard dropped his approach inside 3 ½ feet and eagled the par-5 14th to match US clubhouse leader Peter Malnati, then landed an 8-iron from 171 yards just 2 ½ feet from the cup at 18 for the winning putt.
It's pretty sweet, Garcia said after a smile and fist pump in celebration. It's great. Obviously a lot of hard work.
Garcia fired a five-under-par 67 to finish on 19-under 269 and edge Malnati, who was in the clubhouse with the lead, by a stroke.
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