Joaquin Niemann beat Sergio Garcia on a dramatic fourth play-off gap that occurred in close to darkness to win the LIV Golf Mayakoba title in Mexico.
The Chilean had the possibility to win in regulation however missed a birdie putt on the 18th to ship it to a play-off.
Each gamers hit par on the par-four 18th thrice, earlier than Niemann birdied on the fourth try.
“On the follow grounds I noticed myself making that final putt to win, so it is freaking superior,” Niemann stated.
The gamers had been supplied the possibility to play the fourth play-off gap on Monday, however each agreed to proceed regardless of the quickly fading mild.
“On the first play-off gap I did not suppose it was going to get too darkish,” Niemann added.
“I believed it was going to take just a little bit [longer]. You by no means know what is going on to occur, however I used to be anticipating to go as quick as I may.
“I simply informed myself to present myself an opportunity and ended up hitting a superb shot and making that putt, which was superior.”
Spain’s Jon Rahm narrowly missed out on making it a three-way play-off on his LIV Golf debut after a bogey-bogey end meant he completed third on 10 beneath, two photographs behind Niemann and compatriot Garcia.
One other LIV debutant, England’s Tyrrell Hatton, completed tied for eighth on seven beneath.
The newly shaped group Legion XIII, comprising Hatton, Rahm, Zimbabwe’s Kieran Vincent and American Caleb Surratt, took the group title on 24 beneath for the week – 4 photographs forward of Bryson DeChambeau’s Crushers GC.