Kevin Chappell finally won on the PGA Tour, taking out the Texas Open with a one-shot victory.
After eight top-10 finishes since the start of last year, Chappell broke through on Sunday.
Chappell sunk an eight-foot birdie putt on the final hole to finish at 12 under for his first PGA Tour victory in 180 chances, edging out fellow American Brooks Koepka.
"I'm just excited I don't have to answer that question, 'What do I have do to win?' again," Chappell told CBS Sports while holding his daughter immediately following his win. "I was very calm all day. I never freaked out.
"Hopefully this is a platform to jump off of and get myself into the conversation to make Ryder Cups and help my career take off."
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Chappell, 30, entered Sunday's final round as the solo leader for the first time since joining the PGA Tour in 2011.
He then held off Koepka and Tony Finau, who shot a seven-under 65 on Friday to get into contention.
Chappell, ranked 41st in the world, missed out on an eagle on 14, instead having to two-putt for birdie.
He then bogeyed 15 to open the door for Koepka, who failed to capitalise, missing a birdie putt on 17.
Koepka, who entered the tournament ranked 24th in the world, had five straight pars before a birdie on 18 to tie Chappell for the lead at 11 under.
Chappell consistently failed to slam the door with several two-putts over the back nine. His eight-foot birdie putt on 18 finally sealed it with a final round of 68.
Finau blew his chance at catching Chappell when he sliced his drive on 18 into a cactus patch off the right side of the fairway.
He hit his third shot into a water hazard and bogeyed the par-five hole to finish at nine under for the tournament.
Kevin Tway matched Finau at nine under for third, followed by Aaron Baddeley a shot further back.
John Huh, who was paired with Chappell for the final round, struggled with a five-over 77 to finish in a five-way tie for 22nd place at two under.