The pair entered the final round with a four-shot advantage after taking control in Saturday's better-ball format. In Sunday's scramble, the duo recorded their 12 birdies and notched an eagle at the par-5 17th.
They finished at 34-under 182 -- matching the record low score in the event.
Claiming second at minus-27 were Retief Goosen and Freddie Jacobson, who carded a combined 61 on Tiburon Golf Club's Gold Course.
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