Chris Kirk made a par-saving 7-foot putt after an errant tee shot at the 18th hole, avoiding a playoff at Colonial and winning the Crowne Plaza Invitational by a stroke Sunday in Fort Worth, Texas.
With a closing 4-under 66, Kirk got to 12-under 268, one ahead of Masters champion Jordan Spieth (65), playing partner Brandt Snedeker (67) and Jason Bohn (63).
Spieth finished with a 20-foot birdie putt and began to prepare for a playoff when Kirk got in trouble on No. 18. Bohn shot a 6-under 29 on the front nine and also was on the range when Kirk made the winning putt.
Montgomerie wins senior major
•Colin Montgomerie shot a 3-under 69 to win the Senior PGA Championship by four strokes in French Lick, Ind. Esteban Toledo shot a 69 to finish second.
•Byeong Hun An shot a 7-under 65 to win the European Tour's BMW PGA Championship with a tournament-record total of 21 under. He won by six strokes.
Fan on court causes stir
The tennis produced no surprises on the first day of the French Open in Paris, but a fan who got on the court and took a cellphone selfie with Roger Federer certainly was unexpected.
The fan, who appeared to be a teen boy, approached during an on-court interview. Federer looked startled, then tried to brush the boy away. Later Federer was angry.
"I'm not happy about it. Obviously, not one second happy about it," Federer said.
Tournament director Gilbert Ysern called the security gaffe "embarrassing."
Two seeded men, No. 25 Ivo Karlovic and No. 26 Guillermo Garcia-Lopez, lost, as did two seeded women, No. 25 Peng Shuai and No. 31 Caroline Garcia.
Mistake costs Hamilton
An ill-judged gamble by Mercedes cost Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton his fourth win of the season, giving his teammate and rival Nico Rosberg a third straight win at the Monaco Grand Prix.
A mistake with technological date led to Hamilton taking a poorly timed tire change and losing a 15-second lead.
"What happened? In simple terms, we got our numbers wrong," said Toto Wolff, Mercedes head of motorsport.
AROUND THE HORN
Horse racing: Triple Crown contender American Pharoah is scheduled to arrive at Belmont Park on June 2, a day earlier than originally planned, his handlers revealed.
College football: Indiana wide receiver Isaac Griffith is out of jail after being arrested for driving while intoxicated in Monroe County (Ind.).
Cycling: Alberto Contador extended his overall lead of the Giro d'Italia by seven seconds after finishing third behind winner Mikel Landa on a mountainous 15th stage. Contador is ahead by 2 minutes, 35 seconds.
College baseball: Baylor fired coach Steve Smith after the Bears went 23-32. Smith had coached 21 seasons at Baylor.
Minnesota Scene: Century College of White Bear Lake avoided elimination at the NJCAA Division III baseball tournament, beating Northern Essex Community College 10-7 in Kinston, N.C. Century will play Nassau Community College on Monday.