Danny Lee parred the second hole of a four-man playoff to win The Greenbrier Classic on Sunday for his first PGA Tour victory.
The South Korean-born New Zealander earned $1.2 million and became the ninth first-time winner on the tour this season.
Lee, David Hearn, Kevin Kisner and Robert Streb were tied at 13 under after four rounds on the Old White TPC course in West Virginia.
Streb shot a 5-under 65 in the final round by making five birdie putts on the back nine with a 56-degree wedge after breaking his putter on the ninth hole. The putter broke when Streb tossed it at his bag next to the green.
He was allowed a replacement putter for the playoff, but he never got to use it after missing the green at the par-3 No. 18. Lee and Hearn made birdie putts on the first playoff hole, also eliminating Kisner.
Hearn then drove behind a tree on the par-5 17th and made bogey. Lee reached the green in three shots and two-putted from across the green for par.
Tiger Woods started the day seven shots behind the leaders, shot a bogey-free 67 and said he made some "nice strides" heading into next week's British Open.
Hamilton wins fifth race
Lewis Hamilton seized back control of the British Grand Prix after being overtaken on the first corner to win his fifth race of the season and strengthen his Formula One title defense.
A Mercedes one-two was just as forecast — with Nico Rosberg completing a ninth consecutive double podium for the team — but a thrilling rain-affected race defied gloomy paddock talk about the predictability of the sport.
Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari was third.
Kalitta wins second race of season
Doug Kalitta earned his second Top Fuel win of the season at NHRA Nationals at Summit Motorsports Park. Kalitta secured his 37th career victory by driving his dragster past Antron Brown in the final round. Kalitta had a time of 3.823 seconds at 322.34 mph while Brown's machine lost traction and trailed with a 3.918 at 307.79. Jack Beckman (Funny Car), Greg Anderson (Pro Stock) and Karen Stoffer (Pro Stock Motorcycle) also won.
Rain delays Sprint Car race
Sunday night's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway was delayed by rainstorms in Daytona Beach, Fla. Though NASCAR officials were hoping to get the Sprint Cup race in, only 63 of the 130 laps were completed late Sunday night.
TOUR DE FRANCE
Germany's Greipel wins stage
German rider Andre Greipel won a rain-drenched second stage of the Tour de France in a sprint finish, while defending champion Vincenzo Nibali and Tour contender Nairo Quintana lost valuable time after dropping behind the front group. As the riders approached the finish, Briton Mark Cavendish attacked first but Greipel timed his riposte perfectly to overtake him near the line. Cavendish was caught by Peter Sagan and Swiss veteran Fabian Cancellara, who took the race leader's yellow jersey from overnight leader Rohan Dennis.
AROUND THE HORN
NFL: Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul severely injured his hand in a July 4 fireworks accident in South Florida. The extent of his injuries are unknown, but not life-threatening. ... Longtime Chiefs executive Jack Steadman, who spent more than four decades with the franchise and helped build their only Super Bowl team, died Sunday of natural causes. He was 86.
NBA: The Pistons and point guard Reggie Jackson agreed to a five-year, $80 million contract extension.
WNBA: Angel McCoughtry scored 23 points and Atlanta held off Seattle 72-64. ... Leilani Mitchell hit a three-pointer from the baseline with 3.9 seconds left and Phoenix edged Los Angeles 94-91 in overtime.