Russell Henley carded a sublime final round of 65 to come from behind and win the Shell Houston Open on Sunday.
Henley started Sunday behind Kang Sung-hoon but while the South Korean was timid and nervy, the American was brave and daring.
Henley was aggressive throughout the day and it paid off as he holed a staggering 10 birdies to get to 20-under-par.
He was able to back-up his solid iron-play with some impressive putting.
On the contrary, Sung-hoon seemed tense the whole day and tried to defend his lead rather than to win the tournament. As a result, he only made two birdies and cancelled them out with two bogeys.
The win means that Henley will play at the Masters next week.
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"I wasn't expecting to go back to Augusta," Henley said afterwards.
"I was planning on not going, but I was going to try my best to win.
“So, the fact I get to go back is pretty cool and I'm excited. It hasn't really sunk in yet."
Rickie Fowler finished third after a frustrating closing round that just never got going for him.
He shot 70 and will be furious with the double-bogey he made on the second hole.