Ben Curtis wins Texas Open

Ben Curtis clinches his first PGA Tour victory in six years by winning the Texas Open in San Antonio.

Ben Curtis has claimed his first PGA Tour victory in six years with a win at the Texas Open.

Curtis ended the tournament two shots better off than fellow Americans Matt Every and John Huh as a final round of 72 saw him post an overall score of nine-under-par.

South Korea's Charlie Wi was one of five players on five-under, while Hunter Haas joined two others on four-under.

Britain's highest-placed competitor was Scotland's Russell Knox, who was tied for 41st on four-over.

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