Hawaii, January 18: Kevin Na birdied the final hole to win the Sony Open in Hawaii by one stroke on Sunday.
The American carded a five-under 65 in the final round at Waialae Country Club, finishing a stroke clear of Chris Kirk (65) and Joaquin Niemann (66).
Na made a short birdie putt after producing a great chip on the final hole, the birdie sending him to 21 under and victory.
It marked his fifth PGA Tour win and fourth in two and a half years.
"It's a nice feeling. I know it's a Ryder Cup year, it's all positives. I feel great," Na told a news conference after his win.
"It's four seasons in a row I've won, it's a great feeling, nice to get it done early but I'd like to win another one before the season is over."
1 win in his first 369 starts.
4 wins in his last 55 starts.
Kevin Na is getting used to the top. pic.twitter.com/vDg7JObTrp— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) January 18, 2021
Behind Kirk and Niemann were Webb Simpson (64), Marc Leishman (65) and overnight leader Brendan Steele (69).
Niemann, who lost a play-off at the Tournament of Champions last week, finished second for the second straight week.
The last player to finish second in back-to-back weeks on the PGA Tour was Simpson in 2019.
Patton Kizzire (64), Collin Morikawa (64), Billy Horschel (65) and Daniel Berger (66) finished tied for seventh at 18 under.