PGA Tour veteran Stewart Cink finished four shots clear in South Carolina on Sunday to comfortably clinch his third RBC Heritage title.
The 47-year-old, who previously won at Hilton Head in 2000 and 2004, went into the final round with a five-stroke lead on the back of a 54-hole record-score of 18-under 195.
The American then held his nerve on Sunday, picking up two birdies and a bogey to ease to his eighth tour victory with a score of one-under 70.
Speaking to reporters after his win, Cink said: “It was just a really good, solid week all the way through.
“It was pretty spectacular the first two days, it was like I could do no wrong. Then the weekend was just a bunch of solid hitting, nothing exciting, but enough.”
Cink’s compatriot Harold Varner III and Argentina’s Emiliano Grillo carded a 66 and 68 respectively to split the second-place honours, while England’s Matthew Fitzpatrick shot a three-under 68 to feature among a three-way tie for fourth.
Ireland’s Shane Lowry bounced back from a lacklustre 72 on Saturday by carding a five-under 66 on Sunday to close out his tournament in ninth place.
England’s Danny Willett and Matt Wallace both finished 10 shots back from Cink on nine-under – closely followed by fellow Britons Tom Lewis on eight-under, and Tyrell Hatton on six-under.
Their compatriot Ian Poulter nabbed a share of 48th-place with a final round 70, while Scotland’s Robert MacIntyre finished his week with a disastrous 78.
Rounding out the British contingent was Englishman Lee Westwood, who finished two shots off last place with an overall score of three-over par.