Roger Sloan posted a season-best 64 on Sunday to earn a top-25 finish at the RSM Classic, a PGA Tour event in Sea Island, Georgia.
The 33-year-old golfer from Merritt finished the tournament in a tie for 23rd place at 11-under-par.
Robert Streb knocked off Kevin Kisner in a playoff to take home the winner’s cheque for $1,188,000.
Streb and Kisner were 19-under-par after the 18th hole on Sunday.
Sloan won $55,958.57 to boost his season earnings to $156,339. His career earnings on the PGA Tour total $2,306,471.
He jumped to 98th in FedExCup standings and has finished T23, T16 and T32 in his last three tournaments.