England's Justin Rose secured his first victory in four years with a three-shot triumph at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in a delayed finish in California.

Rose had had a two-stroke lead at 15 under par for the tournament when play was suspended on Sunday due to darkness, having played nine holes of his final round that featured an eagle and two birdies.

Monday’s resumption then saw the 42-year-old add further birdies on the 11th, 13th and 14th en route to a final-round 66 as he moved to 18 under and celebrated success for the first time since winning the 2019 Farmers Insurance Open.

Rose’s closest rivals were American Brendon Todd and Brandon Wu on 15 under, after respective final rounds of 65 and 66.

Seamus Power impressed at the California event to finish on nine under in a tie for 15th place following a final round 69.

Rose told CBS: "Time flies by doesn't it – it’s amazing how long it has been. This is just a moment to say thanks to the people that believe in me more than probably I do.

"My team have been incredible, obviously my family at home – Kate, Leo, Lottie, this one’s for you, I wish you were with me here. What a place to win a tournament, unbelievable.

"And to my squad, there’s been lots of people who have rallied around me, and I’ve just had an unbelievable week. My partner James Gorman as well. Incredible week from start to finish with so much happening in my favour."