Sergio Garcia's four-year wait for a PGA title has come to an end as the Spaniard claimed a two-shot victory at a rain-interrupted Wyndham Championship to earn a Ryder Cup berth and a first PGA Tour title since 2008.
Despite finishing with a bogey, Garcia carded a four-under 66 to finish on 18 under overall at the rain-delayed event in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Rod Pampling was the highest-placed Australian, finishing in a tie for 28th on eight under, while Nick O'Hern was three shots further back in 46th.
Stuart Appleby carded a disappointing final-round 76 to finish well off the pace at three over.
South African Tim Clark took second position on 16 under, with American Bud Cauley a shot further back in third.
Garcia started the final round at Sedgefield Country Club on 14 under but only managed one birdie on the front nine, allowing Clark to join him at the top of the leaderboard.
But the Spaniard started his march to the title on the back nine, where he hit five birdies including three consecutive ones from holes 15 to 17, before surviving a final-hole bogey to take victory.
Clark hit four birdies and a bogey in his third straight 67 for the tournament.
Cauley started the final day in a share of second with Clark but could only manage a two-under 68 to drop one place back.
Chad Campbell, Jimmy Walker and Carl Pettersson finished in a tie for fourth on 14 under, while Nicolas Colsaerts, Bill Haas and Jason Dufner were a further shot back to share seventh.
The win took Garcia to fifth place on the World Points List, with the top 10 making the European Ryder Cup team that will face the United States in September.
With only one more ranking event remaining at Gleneagles, Garcia cannot be pushed out of the top 10.
Garcia's last PGA Tour victory came at the Players Championship in May 2008.