Im Sung-jae enjoyed a red-hot finish to claim the Shriners Children's Open title by four strokes on Sunday.
South Korean golfer Im rode a wave of nine birdies in a flawless final-round 62 to clinch his second PGA Tour crown.
Im – who eclipsed his personal record of birdies in a round – did not drop a shot at TPC Summerlin on the final day as the 23-year-old blitzed the field in Las Vegas.
With the win, Im has now triumphed in his 50th PGA Tour career start (2020 Honda Classic) and 100th (2021 Shriners Children's Open).
"I didn't have to worry about the wind, and I stayed relaxed the whole day," he said. "My driver, irons and putter came through when I needed them the most."
Im finished 24 under overall through 72 holes, ahead of American Matthew Wolff (68).
Marc Leishman (63), Rory Sabbatini (64) and overnight leader Adam Schenk (70) ended the tournament in a tie for third at 19 under.
Defending champion Martin Laird finished tied for 11th and eight strokes off the pace following his five-under-par 66.
As for four-time major winner Brooks Koepka, his final-round 73 saw him fall 20 shots behind and level alongside Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama (72) in a tie for 67th position.