Funk, a wire-to-wire winner, shot 8-under 64 to finish at 23-under 193. He led the event by two shots after the first round Friday, and three after Saturday's second round.
"The first two days, I didn't hit the ball all that great," Funk said, "(but) I putted great all three days. It was a love affair with the golf course."
Funk's score tied him for second all-time on the Champions Tour for lowest score in a 54-hole event, and was worth $240,000.
They all finished 12-under 204.
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