The 28-year-old produced a final round of 66 to finish 10 under; Shane Lowry ended up just a shot behind after his final round (67); Daniel Berger held a five-shot lead going into the final day, however, a disappointing display on Sunday (74) saw him end up in fourth

Last Updated: 27/02/22 11:10pm

    Sepp Straka produced birdies on 14, 16 and 18 during his final round

    Sepp Straka produced birdies on 14, 16 and 18 during his final round

    Sepp Straka has become the first Austrian to win on the PGA Tour after victory at the Honda Classic.

    He came from five shots back going into the final day and produced a final round of 66 to finish 10 under, which was enough to hold off the advances of Shane Lowry.

    Lowry’s efforts on Sunday – a round of 67 – saw him finish just a shot behind Straka and the Irishman was not helped by a sudden downpour of rain during the closing stages of his round.

    Daniel Berger, who held a five-shot lead going into the final day, struggled early on and was not able to recover. He finished fourth behind Kurt Kitayama, following a disappointing 74 on Sunday.

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