Jesper Parnevik 69-68-67=204
THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- Jesper Parnevik won the Insperity Invitational for his first PGA TOUR Champions victory, shooting a 5-under 67 for a four-stroke victory Sunday.
The 51-year-old Swede won in his 23rd career start on the PGA TOUR Champions. The five-time PGA TOUR winner finished at 12-under 204 at The Woodlands Country Club.
Ian Woosnam 71-66-68=205
Despite an aching back, former European Ryder Cup Captain Ian Woosnam survived 54 holes plus an extra to win his first Champions Tour title at the
2015 Insperity Invitational, defeating Tom Lehman and Kenny Perry on the first hole of a playoff.
Woosnam's 30-foot birdie putt on the first extra hole did the trick and marked the third time in Insperity Invitational history a playoff was needed to decide a champion. Woosnam also became the fourth player to make the Insperity Invitational his first Champions Tour victory, joining Bernhard Langer (2007), Brad Faxon (2011) and Esteban Toledo (2013).
Woosnam's closing 68 was one of only three bogey-free rounds on Sunday and his 11-under-par 205 total marked the second consecutive year that 11-under-par proved to be the winning score. Bernhard Langer's 2014 victory was with a 205 score as well.
Bernhard Langer 66-68-71=205
Despite a lack of birdies and a hard-charging Fred Couples, Bernhard Langer won the 2014 Insperity Invitational by one stroke on a beautiful Sunday Afternoon.
Langer became the first three-time winner of the Insperity Invitational and, for the first time in his Champion Tour career, he won the same tournament three times. His victory in the spring also helped Langer become the 10th player in Champions Tour history to accumulate 20 wins or more in his career and moved him into the top-10 on the all-time Champions Tour victory list.
Esteban Toledo 72-71-67=210
Esteban Toledo celebrated Cinco de Mayo by becoming the first Mexican winner in Champions Tour history, beating Mike Goodes with a par on the third hole of a playoff Sunday in the Insperity Championship.
The 50-year-old Toledo, making his ninth start on the 50-and-over tour, eagled the opening hole and finished with a 5-under 67 to match Goodes and Gene Sauers at 6-under 210 at The Woodlands Country Club.
Toledo gave a lot of credit to caddie Larry Dittman. Goodes shot a 72, and Sauers -- eliminated on the second playoff hole with a double bogey -- had a 74.
Fred Funk 66-69-67=202
Funk birdied four of the final five holes, including a 2-foot birdie putt on the 54th hole to finish 14-under-par 202. Funk secured what turned out to be the winning moment when he hit a 5-iron on the 18th hole for the 2-foot birdie opportunity.
Brad Faxon 69-65=134
Faxon, an eight-time winner on the PGA TOUR who turned 50 on Aug. 1, shot a 7-under 65 in windy conditions Saturday to take a one-stroke lead at 10-under at The Woodlands Country Club. Tommy Armour III was second, and Eduardo Romero finished two strokes back. Jay Haas, Olin Browne and Schwab Cup points leader Tom Lehman (70) followed at 7 under, and winner in 2010 Fred Couples was 4 under. Faxon won his first title on the 50-and-over circuit in his sixth start.