LAS VEGAS, Oct. 16 (UPI) -- Wes Short Jr. parred the second playoff hole Sunday to beat Jim Furyk and win the Michelin Championship at Las Vegas.
It was Short's first career victory on the PGA Tour.
In the final round, Short -- who earned $720,000 -- shot a 6-under-par 66, while Furyk carded a 7-under 65. The two ended at 21-under 266.
Third-round leader Ted Purdy shot 1-under 71 and tied for third place with Harrison Frazar (69) at 19-under-par 268.