MILWAUKEE, July 25 (UPI) -- Carlos Franco shot a three-under 67 Sunday to win the U.S. Bank Championship.
Patrick Sheehan, one of three 54-hole leaders, fell apart on the back nine Sunday. He had even-par 70 and tied for fourth with Olin Browne and Billy Andrade, who posted matching rounds of three-under-par 67s. The trio came in at 10-under-par 270.
Franco began Sunday's final round tied with Sheehan and Quigley and going into No. 9 matched Sheehan atop the leaderboard at 12-under par. Sheehan pulled ahead with an eight-footer for birdie at the ninth.
Franco, the 1999 winner, pitched 30 feet past the flag at 18. He flew it three feet past the hole, but converted for par. Then he waited to see if Quigley could make eagle and force a playoff.