Dustin Johnson birdied the first playoff hole to beat Cameron Smith and Branden Grace to win the inaugural LIV Golf Tulsa title.
Johnson threw from the fringe of the 18th green at Cedar Ridge Country Club to secure his second career win over LIV.
The American had earlier recovered from a triple bogey at 10th par four on the 67 board and joined Grace and Smith at the top of the standings with 17 under.
“The game is in very good condition,” said the former world number one.
Johnson had a two-stroke lead heading into the final round, but South African Grace posted a bogey-free, five-under-65 to join him at the top of the standings.
Australia’s Smith then made a triple tie at the top with nine birdies and no bogeys for a 61.
Harold Varner III hit two eagles in his final round 61 to finish third at 13 under, with Spaniard Eugenio Chacarra and Americans Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau tied for fourth at 12 under.
Attention now turns to the second major tournament of the year, the PGA Championship, which begins Thursday at Oak Hill in New York.
“I feel like I’m doing everything really well right now,” added two-time major winner Johnson, who has never won the PGA Championship.
“I’m really looking forward to next week, obviously get up there tonight and get out there and practice a bit.”