Tommy Gainey carded a stunning final day 60 to claim a one shot victory in the McGladrey Classic and earn his first US PGA Tour title.
Gainey was seemingly out of contention as he began his final round tied for 29th place on six under par and seven shots adrift of joint leaders Davis Love and Jim Furyk.
However, the 37 year old American charged up the leaderboard with brilliant blemish-free round that included eight birdies and an eagle to finish the day on ten under and 16 under for the tournament.
That was enough to clinch victory with David Toms (63) second on 15 under after picking up birdies on four of his final five holes while Furyk (69) was two shots back after finishing with a bogey five on 18.
Gainey's 60 was a course record but he also had a chance to card only the sixth round of 59 in US PGA Tour history when he was left with a 20 foot putt for birdie on the final hole.
However, his putt finished just short as he finished with a 60.
The South Carolinan carded birdies on the first, third, fifth and ninth to reach the turn in 31 and get himself into contention, but it was on the back nine where he did most of the damage.
A birdie on 11 was followed by two more on 13 and 14 before he holed from a greenside bunker for eagle on the par five 15th.
Gainey sank another birdie on the 16th before finishing with back-to-back pars as he just missed out on an historic 59.
England’s Greg Owen was tied for fifth, while India’s Arjun Atwal slipped back with a 71 to finish tied for tenth.