Camilo Villegas held on to claim victory at the Wyndham Championship by one shot on Sunday night following a late challenge by Freddie Jacobson.
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The Colombian carded 63 on the final day to finish on 17 under par, but faced a nervous wait as Sweden's Jacobson tied for the lead with one hole remaining before bogeying the 18th to slip a stroke behind.
Bill Haas was unable to produce the birdie he needed on the final hole to force a play-off as he finished tied for second place with Jacobson after a final round of 64.
Villegas stormed into the lead following a seven-under round on Sunday which included six birdies and an eagle.
American Heath Slocum also tested the 32-year-old's nerves after he moved to within a shot with one hole to play, but a bogey on the last - following up a bogey on the 17th - saw him finish two shots off the eventual winner in fourth place.
American trio Brandt Snedeker, Webb Simpson and Nick Watney all finished on 14-under in a three-way tie for fifth place.