Camilo Villegas has expressed his relief after ending a three-and-a-half year drought by winning the Wyndham Championship on Sunday.
The victory represents the Colombian's fourth PGA title and first since 2010, and the 32-year-old admits that doubts began to creep in during the barren period.
"It worked out my way. I played great on the first day. I played well today. I felt confident on the course. There were nerves, but that's part of the game," he told CBS.
"It's been three-and-a-half years without a win. I always work hard. I always grind. I love the game, but it starts getting to you. I feel a little lighter, I feel great."
Overnight leader Nick Watney finished three shots off the pace after failing to build on his five-under par round on Saturday.