World number one Luke Donald has finished top of the PGA money list after he secured victory at the Disney Classic in Florida.
Donald's final round 64, produced as a result of an incredible back nine which included six birdies, was enough to see off runner-up Justin Leonard, who finished two shots back on 15-under par.
PGA money list rival and playing partner Webb Simpson finished four shots behind Donald to ensure the Englishman would top the US money list.
The 33-year-old remains on course to become the first ever player to top both the US and European money lists. In Europe, he leads by over €1m but there are eight events remaining and he is expected to miss some tournaments due to his wife expecting to give birth to their second child.
Donald had to win the Disney event in Florida to ensure he would finish top of the US money list and it looked far from certain with just the back nine remaining.
With eight holes left to play, he trailed leader Kevin Chappell by one shot until consecutive birdies on 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 gave him control.
Donald gained the lead on 14 and an incredible 45-foot putt on the 15th reaffirmed his position at the top of the leaderboard.
He then completed his final round with pars on 16, 17 and 18 to finish the tournament on 17-under par.
"I didn't play the par fives well," Donald said. "But what better time to go on a run than the final round back nine when everything was on the line?
"I wasn't too happy with my swing earlier in the week but it's nice to do it under pressure. All credit to [coach] Pat Goss and the good team I have around me.
"It's been a tremendous year for me. I answered a lot of critics' questions coming here knowing I had to win, and doing it."
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