With his five-stroke victory Sunday in the Oasis Championship, Bernhard Langer climbed to No. 1 on the PGA Champions Tour's all-time money list.
Langer birdied five of his first seven holes in a bogey-free final round in Boca Raton, Fla., carding a 7-under 65 to finish at 19-under.
Marco Dawson finished runner-up at 14-under, followed by Bob Estes at 13-under and David Toms at 12-under.
Langer, who won here in 2010, became the first repeat winner of the Oasis Championship.
His 39th Champions Tour title and its $255,000 payday vaulted the 61-year-old German into the top spot on the tour's career money list with $27,196,504, passing Hale Irwin at $27,120,554.
This is the 13th consecutive season Langer has won at least one Champions event, also a tour record.
Langer's latest win came practically in his own backyard, as he lives only 10 minutes away from The Old Course at Broken Sound.
Dawson shot a 69 in the final round, seizing sole possession of second place with birdies at 17 and 18.
The third-place finish for Estes, who finished with a 68, marked a career best on the Champions Tour.
Toms opened Sunday's round with an eagle 3 at the par-5 first, but fell to fourth place with back-to-back bogeys at 16 and 17.
Retief Goosen tied for 24th at 6-under in his senior debut. Gary Nicklaus, also making his first Champions start, tied for 51st at 1-over. The 50-year-old son of Jack Nicklaus played on a sponsor exemption.
--Field Level Media