(San Diego) Patrick Reed handed in a 68 (under-4) card and won the Farmers Insurance Open by five strokes on Sunday.
Reed landed an eagle on the sixth hole of the Torrey Pines course and he concluded his round with a birdie, recording a ninth career victory on the PGA Tour.
The former Masters Tournament champion showed a cumulative score of minus-14, notably following a very good first round. He shared the lead with Alex Noren after 18 holes and with Carlos Ortiz on the cusp of the final round.
Reed got off to a flying start with a long putt from 45 feet for an eagle to go under-12. After a birdie on the seventh pennant and a boguey on the eighth, he concluded the first nine with a birdie. Reed netted a par on every hole in the second nine except the 18e.
Tony Finau (69), Xander Sc Chaudele (69), Ryan Palmer (70), Henrik Norlander (69) and Viktor Hovland (71) all shared second, minus-9.
Ortiz struggled a lot and he played 78. He made three bogueys in the first nine and he ended up tied for 29.e place, at minus-4.
Canadian Adam Hadwin completed the course in 71 strokes and tied for 18e step, at minus-5. His compatriots Corey Conners (37e) and Roger Sloan (53e) also took part in the weekend rounds.