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SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Rocco Mediate needed just about everything to go right for him to win the Sanford International, and it did.

Ken Duke had everything go wrong on the last hole that helped Mediate to his first victory on the PGA Tour Champions in three years.

Mediate birdied his last two holes for a 6-under 64 at Minnehaha Country Club. He won after Duke, tied for the lead going into the final hole, caught two nasty lies in the rough and made double bogey.

Mediate wound up winning by two shots.

"When I added them up, I went, 'Holy crap, 64.' That was cool," Mediate said. "It was just one of those days everything kind of went really good. When I was bad, I got it up-and-down. When I was good, I made putts. You have to do this crazy stuff. Putted my you-know-what off today, but I hit a lot of good shots, too. I hit a lot of green, kept my head together and here we are."

It was his first victory since the Senior PGA Championship in 2016.

Duke had a share of the lead going into the final round for the first time in his career and held his own until the last hole. His drive took a hop to the right into the rough, leaving Duke a bad lie. From off the green, he sought relief because he thought the ball was in the lining of sod, but that wasn't the case.

It took him four shots to reach the green, and he missed the putt. His double bogey gave him a 69 and forced him to share second place with Colin Montgomerie and Bob Estes, who each had a 67.

"I hit a good tee shot and it just kicked hard right into the rough a foot and I had a horrible lie," Duke said. "Then, I hit the shot up here and I thought it was in a seam of sod, but he said there was no sod, nothing sodded. It was probably one of the worst lies I've ever had sitting down. I mean, then what are you going to do after that? Nothing you can do about it. I played good. Thanks for all the people that came out and it was great to be here."

Jay Haas (66) and Steve Flesch (68) tied for fifth.

Scott McCarron, who leads the Charles Schwab Cup, shot 67 with a bogey on the 18th and tied for seventh. Only two tournaments are left before the Schwab Cup playoffs, a series of three tournaments.

Sunday

At Minnehaha Country Club

Sioux Falls, S.D.

Purse: $1.8 million

Yardage; 6,729; Par 70

Final

Rocco Mediate, $270,000 69-68-64—201 -9

Ken Duke, $132,000 69-65-69—203 -7

Bob Estes, $132,000 70-66-67—203 -7

Colin Montgomerie, $132,000 70-66-67—203 -7

Steve Flesch, $79,200 71-65-68—204 -6

Jay Haas, $79,200 73-65-66—204 -6

Woody Austin, $45,000 68-71-66—205 -5

Paul Broadhurst, $45,000 67-69-69—205 -5

Tom Byrum, $45,000 70-68-67—205 -5

Retief Goosen, $45,000 70-70-65—205 -5

Paul Goydos, $45,000 69-66-70—205 -5

Jerry Kelly, $45,000 70-67-68—205 -5

Scott McCarron, $45,000 70-68-67—205 -5

Esteban Toledo, $45,000 72-66-67—205 -5

Kirk Triplett, $45,000 66-68-71—205 -5

Stephen Ames, $29,700 70-68-68—206 -4

Wes Short, Jr., $29,700 69-69-68—206 -4

Michael Allen, $25,380 74-69-64—207 -3

Marco Dawson, $25,380 70-66-71—207 -3

Tom Gillis, $25,380 67-71-69—207 -3

Darren Clarke, $20,475 69-69-70—208 -2

John Huston, $20,475 71-71-66—208 -2

Tommy Tolles, $20,475 69-70-69—208 -2

Duffy Waldorf, $20,475 71-69-68—208 -2

Tommy Armour III, $15,686 71-70-68—209 -1

John Daly, $15,686 72-71-66—209 -1

Tom Lehman, $15,686 70-71-68—209 -1

David McKenzie, $15,686 70-69-70—209 -1

Jesper Parnevik, $15,686 69-69-71—209 -1

Tom Pernice Jr., $15,686 70-69-70—209 -1

Jeff Sluman, $15,686 70-67-72—209 -1

Fred Funk, $12,420 74-66-70—210 E

Kent Jones, $12,420 70-70-70—210 E

Stephen Leaney, $12,420 71-71-68—210 E

Gene Sauers, $9,977 72-70-69—211 +1

Jerry Smith, $9,977 72-70-69—211 +1

Mark Brooks, $9,977 73-70-68—211 +1

Tim Petrovic, $9,977 70-67-74—211 +1

Vijay Singh, $9,977 74-68-69—211 +1

David Toms, $9,977 72-69-70—211 +1

Mark Walker, $9,977 70-67-74—211 +1

Doug Barron, $7,560 73-68-71—212 +2

Michael Bradley, $7,560 71-70-71—212 +2

Lee Janzen, $7,560 71-71-70—212 +2

Steve Jones, $7,560 72-70-70—212 +2

Bernhard Langer, $7,560 75-68-69—212 +2

Ken Tanigawa, $7,560 71-72-69—212 +2

Doug Garwood, $6,300 72-73-68—213 +3

Joe Durant, $5,070 75-69-70—214 +4

Carlos Franco, $5,070 74-71-69—214 +4

David Frost, $5,070 72-72-70—214 +4

Brandt Jobe, $5,070 72-73-69—214 +4

Cliff Kresge, $5,070 72-71-71—214 +4

Larry Mize, $5,070 75-71-68—214 +4

Robert Gamez, $3,870 69-74-72—215 +5

Todd Hamilton, $3,870 71-76-68—215 +5

Dudley Hart, $3,870 76-74-65—215 +5

Tom Werkmeister, $3,870 77-71-67—215 +5

Davis Love III, $3,240 74-69-73—216 +6

Billy Mayfair, $3,240 73-73-70—216 +6

Corey Pavin, $3,240 74-72-70—216 +6

Skip Kendall, $2,700 74-69-74—217 +7

Frank Lickliter II, $2,700 78-71-68—217 +7

Scott Simpson, $2,700 72-68-77—217 +7

Glen Day, $2,160 74-75-69—218 +8

Chris DiMarco, $2,160 76-68-74—218 +8

Shaun Micheel, $2,160 76-72-70—218 +8

Sandy Lyle, $1,692 76-73-70—219 +9

Blaine McCallister, $1,692 76-72-71—219 +9

Steve Pate, $1,692 74-74-71—219 +9

Mark Calcavecchia, $1,422 73-73-74—220 +10

Dan Forsman, $1,422 74-70-76—220 +10

Greg Kraft, $1,260 75-74-74—223 +13

Gary Nicklaus, $1,188 72-77-78—227 +17

Dennis Hendershott, $1,116 80-72-77—229 +19

John Harris, $1,044 76-78-78—232 +22

Dave Stockton, Jr., $972 84-80-76—240 +30