South Africa's Garth Mulroy won the BMW Charity Pro-Am on Sunday for his second career Nationwide Tour title, beating Sunghoon Kang on the first hole of a playoff when the South Korean missed a 3-foot par putt.
''You never expect someone to miss from that distance, but it happens,'' Mulroy said. ''I was pretty shocked. I was probably already to the front of the green and thinking about the tee shot.''
The 32-year-old closed with a 4-under 67 on the Thornblade Club course to match Kang (69) at 18 under in the three-course tournament.
Kang, a conditional PGA Tour member, was making his first Nationwide Tour start.
''I missed so many putts today. It's really disappointing, said Kang, who had 34 putts during the final round - 18 on the back nine. ''I've got to work on my putting a little bit more.''
Mulroy earned $108,000.
''You never know if you're going to get another one,'' said Mulroy, also the 2009 South Georgia Classic winner. ''This one was harder than the last one. With that one I was calmer, I was hitting the ball better and making birdies. Today after a little run on the front nine I got stuck on par for a while.''
New Zealand's Danny Lee (65) was a stroke back, and Roberto Castro (65), B.J. Staten (64), Andrew Buckle (65), Will MacKenzie (66), Brent Delahoussaye (69) and Travis Hampshire (72) tied for fourth at 16 under.