Jason Dufner collected his second PGA Tour title in four weeks as he got the better of Dicky Pride to win the HP Byron Nelson Championship in a gripping finale.
The 35-year-old, who won in New Orleans last month and has since got married, holed a 25-yard putt on the 18th green in Texas after a stunning drive had seen him turn up the pressure on Pride.
He ended on 10 under par, seeing off Pride by a shot, and said afterwards: “We got bunched up at the top and I had a nice chance on 18 to close it out. The winning putt was right to left and I had a really good feel for it.”
Pride, without a win on the PGA Tour but who has been enjoying a career renaissance this year, had kept himself in contention with a 40-foot putt on the penultimate hole but could not match his rival on the last.
Dufner, who was ahead going into the final day, had lost his way slightly by dropping two early shots and conceded the lead as J J Henry landed a stunning hole in one on the par-three fifth.
But Henry ended up two shots behind Dufner and one behind Pride in joint third on nine under alongside Marc Leishmann, Joe Durant and Jonas Blixt.
There was then a three-shot buffer to the rest, with Phil Mickelson among them on six under.
Vijay Singh, so impressive on the third day, was one over in his final round and ended up six shy of Dufner, while Padraig Harrington was seven behind despite a one-under-par 69.
The best round of the day went to Germany's Alex Cejka, although his five-under-par 65 could only lift him to one under for the tournament.
Dufner is now 40/1 with William Hill
to continue his fine form and complete a hat-trick by winning next month’s US Open.