World number two Dustin Johnson continued his fine run of form as he won the BMW Championship in Carmel, Indiana.
The American had let his three-shot overnight lead slip at one point, but he eventually recorded a five-under 67 to finish on 23-under.
Johnson’s win moves him to the top of the FedEx Cup standings with one event to go and he has now one three of his last eight tournaments.
He has now won 12 titles on the PGA Tour since 2008 but he was pushed all the way by England’s Paul Casey.
Casey finished three shots behind Johnson in second, with Roberto Castro finishing on six shots back in third on 17-under par.
World number one Jason Day was forced to retire early due to a back injury but the day belonged to Johnson who admits he is full of confidence at the minute.
He told reporters: “I’ve got a lot of confidence in every part of my game – especially all the work I’ve put in on my wedges, which has really paid off this year – and this week a new putter that really worked.”
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