PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. Chesson Hadley won the Web.com Tour Championship. John Peterson won a trip back to TPC Sawgrass to play in a far bigger tournament.
Lee Williams felt like the biggest winner of them all Sunday.
Needing a birdie on the 18th hole to have any chance of a PGA Tour card, Williams rapped a 55-foot birdie putt over the ridge and into the cup for a 69.
Andres Gonzalez, playing in the same group, gave him a high-five and then missed a 12-foot birdie putt that would have knocked Williams out of the top 25 from a four-tournament money list that determines tour cards for next season.
The last hope for Gonzalez was for Andrew Loupe to make bogey on the final hole. Loupe ran his birdie attempt 5 feet past the hole and made his par putt coming back to join Peterson, his teammate at LSU, on the PGA Tour next month.
The tournament wrapped up the inaugural Web.com Tour Finals four tournaments in which 25 cards were awarded based on the money list from those events. The tournaments were for the top 75 on the Web.com Tour money list during the regular season, and Nos. 126-200 from the FedEx Cup on the PGA Tour. The top 25 from the Web.com regular season were assured their cards.
Hadley closed with a 1-under-par 69 for his second Web.com Tour win of the year. He finished No. 4 on the money list, so his card already was safe.
Peterson won the Web.com Finals money list by $567 over Hadley.
By winning the Web.com Finals money list, Peterson has full status on the PGA Tour next year and a spot in The Players Championship, the richest tournament in golf.
Champions Tour in Pebble Beach Kirk Triplett successfully defended his First Tee Open title, closing with a 4-under 68 for a two-stroke win over Doug Garwood and Dan Forsman. It was Triplett's second Champions Tour title.
Garwood, a Monday qualifier, was making his fourth start on the 50-and-over tour.
European Tour in St. Andrews, Scotland England's David Howell ended a seven-year victory drought with a playoff win over American Peter Uihlein in the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.