American Brendon Todd claimed a four-shot win at the inaugural Bermuda Championship after a terrific final round.
The 34-year-old went into the day two strokes behind Harry Higgs but a brilliant front nine set the stage for a round of nine under par to leave him on 24 under for the event.
After a par at the first hole, Todd notched seven-successive birdies and looked like he could break 60 when he birdied 10 and 11 as well.
But he only managed one more, at 15, and finished with his only bogey of the round at 18, signing for a 62.
Higgs settled for a 68 to finish on 20 under par, with Hank Lebioda, Aaron Wise, Brian Gay and Scottie Scheffler in a four-way tie for third, two shots further back.