Kim Si-woo secured the fourth PGA Tour win of his career after producing a remarkable finish at the Sony Open in Hawaii.
After beginning the week with back-to-back rounds of 67, Kim posted consecutive 64s on the weekend to finish at 18 under.
He trailed by one as he reached the 17th hole, and despite missing the green on the par-three, he pulled things even at 17 under with a chip-in. He then reached the green on the par-five final hole in two shots, two-putting for another birdie to take the outright lead.
Kim finished a few holes before Hayden Buckley in the final group, leaving Buckley with a chance to force a playoff if he could birdie either of the 17th or 18th, but he could only muster a pair of pars.
Buckley may have had the edge if he could have taken it to a playoff, with Kim winless in his three playoffs on the PGA Tour, but he finished at 17 under in outright second.
For Kim, the victory is just his second in the six years since bursting onto the scene when he won The Players Championship in 2017, with his only other title since then coming in January 2021 at The American Express.
Chris Kirk finished alone in third at 15 under, while England's Ben Taylor tied for fourth at 14 under with American duo Andrew Putnam and David Lipsky.