Martin Piller held off his former Texas A&M teammate on Sunday to earn his third career Web.com Tour victory.
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00:00 Welcome back Patrick Murray joins he's here to talk about
00:02 a little golf had a little rain delay action at the
00:05 noose an open today yeah I was about an hour rain
00:07 delay out there fox -- country club not too long they
00:10 got through it and it didn't affect anybody too much. Martin
00:13 -- answered the final round. With a one stroke lead at
00:17 the news sentinel open. Here's Bronson -- noon on the wrong
00:20 side of the trees on eighteen. But he would landed on
00:24 the green and then two putt for par are great day
00:27 for burger and he tied the course record with a 62
00:30 but he couldn't catch his old Texas -- and teammate. Martin
00:34 -- long putt on eighteen. And he puts it. Right next
00:39 to the hole. Pillar within tap in for the win and
00:42 then he takes a moment to himself it was an emotional
00:45 victory for pill. I was just thinking about this the last
00:50 couple years and. Yeah. It's just been it's been tough. And
00:59 it's this has been -- So I did just kind of
01:04 to -- is to have that happen if there. It was
01:08 nice that you guys.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Martin Piller won the News Sentinel Open on Sunday at Fox Den to give himself a chance to earn a PGA Tour card through the regular-season money list.
The 28-year-old Piller, married to LPGA Tour player Gerina Piller, shot an 8-under 63 for a two-stroke victory over former Texas A&M teammate Bronson Burgoon.
Piller finished at 22-under 262 for his third career Web.com Tour title. He earned $99,000 to jump from 134th to 29th on the money list with $120,676, with the top 25 after the Portland Open next week earning 2014-15 PGA Tour cards.
Burgoon matched the course record with a 62 after shooting a 64 on Saturday.
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