Pan, who goes by the initials C.T., collected a birdie and two pars on his last three holes to shoot a four-under par 67 and end a tense final round at 12-under 272. Shane Lowry jumped from 50th to 43rd after tying for third, while the same finish helped Scott Piercy move from 107th to 85th.
"It's something when I was younger I always dreamed of".
"That's why I came to the U.S., that's why I went to college to go through all the necessary steps to be here".
"I'm just really happy that I have finally done it".
Pan took the lead with a nine-foot birdie, his fifth of the round, at the 16th after a bogey at the 15th. In 2018, Satoshi Kodaira earned his first ever PGA TOUR win over Si Woo Kim and Luke List. "I hit good putts on 16 and 17 that ended up being bogeys". The Irishman was seeking his first victory on American soil for almost four years, and established a two-stroke lead following three early birdies.
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Pan headed to the practice range after the round to keep ready in case of a playoff, then raised his arms in triumph when told he'd won.
Kuchar, a victor at Hilton Head in 2014, made a run at another title with three birdies in five holes before a bogey at the seventh.
Johnson, a SC native, shot a three-under 68 in trying conditions to end on 10-under 203, making his move with three consecutive birdies from the 13th and holding on to his lead despite dropping shots at 16 and 17. He had a 20-footer for birdie on the sixth hole and a 19-footer for birdie on the 13th. "From that position on obviously I played some great golf".
Lowry's lead evaporated with three bogeys on the back nine and he finished with an even-par 71, tied for second on nine-under along with Ian Poulter (67) and Rory Sabbatini (68) at Hilton Head Island's Harbour Town Golf Links.
It left Lowry, in the penultimate group, needing to hole his second shot from 180 yards at the 460-yard par four 18th to tie, but he finished with a par.