Kevin Na always believed he could win at Colonial, so he visualized his name on the wall of champions at the first tee before making another run at it.
The South Korean-born American will get to read his name on that wall next year.
Na birdied four of the first eight holes and shot a 4-under 66 for a four-shot victory in the Charles Schwab Challenge over first-round leader Tony Finau on Sunday on the cozy Fort Worth course made famous by Ben Hogan, securing his third career PGA Tour win and second in 10 months.
"I saw that wall, looked at the names, right below Justin Rose," Na said, referring to the defending champion. "And in my head, I engraved my name on it. I was just trying to visualize success before I teed off."
Na's third career PGA Tour victory, and second in 10 months, came after putting himself in contention with a second-round 62, one off the Colonial record.
Jordan Spieth's strong putting disappeared in a 2-over 72. The Dallas native finished eight shots back, and is winless since the 2017 British Open.
Rally at Champions
Ken Tanigawa overcame a three-shot deficit on the back nine to pass defending champion Paul Broadhurst to win the Senior PGA Championship in Pittsford, N.Y.
In only his second year on the PGA Tour Champions and some 15 years after giving up playing professionally, Tanigawa, 51, shot an even-par 70 to finish at 3-under 277 at Oak Hill Country Club, fending off tour money leader Scott McCarron by a stroke.
Tanigawa scrambled to par the par-4 closing hole after hitting into a fairway bunker.
McCarron, playing alongside friend and former UCLA teammate Tanigawa, shot 70.
A first for Law
Bronte Law, a 24-year-old Englishwoman who starred at UCLA, shot a 3-under 67 and held on to win the Pure Silk Championship by two shots in Williamsburg, Va., for her first LPGA victory in 56 starts.
Law held a share of the lead after all four rounds and finished with a 17-under 267. Madelene Sagstrom, Brooke Henderson and third-round co-leader Nasa Hataoka tied for second.