Kiwi Tim Wilkinson has earned his best finish on the US PGA Tour in four years.
Wilkinson finished in a tie for 10th at the OHL Classic in Mexico, his first top 10 since 2009 cheap golf clubs
His 13 under par total was eight shots behind the winner, in-form American Harris English.
Of English's 16 rounds to start the season, 15 of them have been par or better.
Tim Wilkinson teams up with Michael Hendry at the World Cup of Golf this weekend at Royal Melbourne.
English coupled with a late stumble by Swede Robert Karlsson helped lift the American to a four-stroke victory at the $6 million OHL Classic at Mayakoba.
English closed with a six-under-par 65 at the El Camaleon Golf Club in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, to cruise to his second PGA Tour victory following his breakthrough win at the St. Jude Classic in Tennessee in June.
The 24-year-old English bogeyed the par-four second, birdied seven of his next 11 holes Titleist AP1 712 Irons for sale
and then closed the tournament with five consecutive pars for a 21-under 263 total and a NZ$1.3 million payday.
"It was an awesome win. I was a lot more comfortable out there than I was in Memphis a couple of months ago," English said after moving to second on FedExCup points standings.
"Even yesterday I wasn't playing great and was struggling little bit with the driver and on a course like this you can't hit the really bad ones (and) unfortunately I did," Karlsson told PGA Tour Radio.
"You usually get found out when it's into the wind and that's what happened but (I'm) very, very happy with the week overall and two top-10s in a row."
English started the final round one shot behind Karlsson, and was still behind at the turn, before picking up birdies at 10th and 11th holes to take a one-stroke lead.
Karlsson then self-destructed to all but hand victory to English, who only had to avoid disaster down the stretch, which he duly did.
The Mayakoba event marked the sixth official tournament of the 2013-14 PGA Tour season, which Ping G25 Hybrid
for the first time started its season in October, rather than January.
The tour now takes a break before resuming in Hawaii in early January.