Seamus Power carded a final round of 66 at the John Deere Classic to finish four shots behind winner Lucas Glover.
The Waterford player had six birdies in his round, the only blemish being a bogey on nine as he finished 15 under for a share of eight spot.
With a 64, Lucas Glover climbed the leaderboard and earned a two-stroke victory, his fourth career PGA Tour title and his first in 10 years.
With a 64, Lucas Glover climbed the leaderboard and earned a two-stroke victory at the John Deere Classic, his fourth career PGA Tour title and his first in 10 years.
Glover posted eight birdies with just one bogey, including five birdies over his final seven holes, to finish at 19-under 265 on the TPC Deere Run course.
His 64 was tied with Kevin Tway for low round of the day.
Glover, 41, completed his final round ahead of six other pairings, but nobodywas able to catch up and match his four-round total.
Kevin Na and Ryan Moore tied for second at 17 under, while Adam Schenk, Luke List, Scott Brown and Colombia's Sebastian Munoz tied for fourth place at 16 under.
Glover's claim to fame was his lone major title at the 2009 U.S. Open. He hadn ot won on tour since the 2011 Wells Fargo Championship and entered the week ranked No 115 in the world.
Munoz, who held a share of the lead after 18 holes, and the solo lead after 54, only was abe to manage an even-par 71 on Sunday as Glover and severalother players passed him on the leaderboard.
His playing partner in the final group, Brandon Hagy, struggled to a final-round 73.