The American Jason Kokrak finally overcame his rival Jordan Spieth on Sunday, winning the Charles Schwab Challenge, at the end of the 4th and last round of the tournament counting for the PGA Tour, played in Fort Worth (Texas).
The 36-year-old American returned a card of 70 on Sunday, the par, for a total of -14 (266) after 72 holes, two strokes in front of Spieth, who had held the head of the tournament for the previous three days.
Spieth, a four-time majors winner and local kid, was less successful Sunday, returning a card of 73, three over par.
Jason Kokrak had stumbled at hole number 15 (par 4) and number 216 (par 3) with two bogeys, but concluded with two pars on the following holes to win the tournament, after a first USPGA title obtained in October at Shadow Creek .
Behind the two American players, the British Ian Poulter finished third, after three birdies on the last four laps, tied with the Colombian Sebastian Munoz and the Americans Charley Hoffman and Patton Kizzire.