For the third time in his career, Angel Cabrera has won on the PGA Tour.
The Argentine golfer picked up his first win in the states since the 2009 Masters Sunday with a -16 score overall at The Greenbrier Classic.
Cabrera started the day two back of Billy Hurley III who struggled in Sunday's final round to a 73 to earn a tie for fourth place.
Cabrera was steady going out in the front nine with a 31., 3-under. He then kept up the pace with birdies on 11 and 12 before holing out for eagle on 13.
He then bogeyed 14 and 15 before playing the final three holes at one under.
Cabrera felt some pressure though. Before he teed off, George McNeill shot a 61 to get to -14 for the tournament as Cabrera started the day four back of clubhouse leader McNeill.
But two straight 64's on both Saturday and Sunday gave the golfer known is his home country as "El Pato," the duck, a victory in his first start at The Greenbrier Classic.