American Michael Thompson has signed its first gain in 167 tournaments, on Sunday, during the final round of the Open championship 3M, in Blaine, Minnesota.
The last victory of the golfer of 35 years, dating back to march 3, 2013 at the Honda Classic.
In order to prevail on the fairways of the TPC Twin Cities, Thompson was presented with a last card of 67 (-4), which conferred upon him a cumulative total of 265 (-19).
For his last turn of the track, the winner has managed five birdies and committed a single boguey.
This is Adam Long, who took the second level, with two strokes behind Thompson. The native of New Orleans and has played 64 (-7), amassing including eight birdies, including three consecutive on the front nine.
For its part, Richy Werenski had to be content with the third rank, who was tied with Thompson after 54 holes. He had his worst performance of the tournament with a 70 (-1).
Its cumulative total of 268 (-16) the place at the same level as eight other golfers.
The only Canadian to have qualified for the round of the weekend, Michael Gligic, has known great moments and was presented with a card of 65 (-6).
He was particularly good on the back nine, including getting six birdies.
The native of Burlington, Ontario, has hit a total of 273 (-11) hits and sharing the 26th ranking with five opponents.