Gary Woodland beat Chez Reavie with a par on the first hole of a playoff Sunday in the Waste Management Phoenix Open in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Playing three groups ahead of Reavie, Woodland birdied three of the last four holes for a 7-under 64 — the best round of the day — to finish at 18-under 266 at TPC Scottsdale.

“I’m kind of overwhelmed right now,” Woodland said. “I’ve played well the last five years, I think I had six second-place finishes. I just haven’t put four rounds together. That was the struggle last year.”

Woodland celebrated with wife Gabby and son Jaxson Lynn, who was born a month premature in June. They were expecting twins, but lost one of the fetuses in a miscarriage.

“For him to be here, it’s obviously a miracle,” Woodland said. “I’m just so excited to share this with him and my family. Hopefully, it’s the start of something special.”

Reavie made a 20-foot birdie putt on the par-4 18th to force the PGA Tour’s fourth straight playoff and the event’s third overtime finish in a row.

“It’s right up there with the putt I made to win in Canada,” the 36-year-old former Arizona State player said. “It was a lot of fun. Fortunately, I walked up and I really got a good read off it right away.”

In the playoff on 18, Woodland hit short of the green from the left fairway bunker and chipped to 2 feet to set up his third PGA Tour victory and first since 2013.

“It’s been coming. We knew it the last month,” Woodland said. “And sure enough today it all clicked and I made some putts early, gave me some confidence, and really hit the ball well coming down the stretch.”

Reavie missed the green left in the playoff and couldn’t get an 11-footer to fall.

“I carried the sign board here growing up when I was in high school and junior high, and to have a chance to win the tournament this week was a lot of fun,” Reavie said.

The crowd was estimated at 64,273 for a record weeklong total of 719,179.

He finished with a 66. After a bogey on the par-3 16th, he chipped to 3 feet for birdie on the par-4 17th.

Woodland two-putted for birdie on the par-5 15th, curled in an 8-footer on the par-3 16th, made a 5-footer on the par-4 17th and parred the par-4 18th.

European Tour

Shubhankar Sharma of India won his second European Tour title after carding 10 birdies in a joint tournament-low 62 in the final round of the Maybank Championship in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Spain’s Jorge Campillo was 2 shots adrift in second place after a closing 68 gave him a 19-under aggregate of 269, 1 shot ahead of Ryan Fox (66) and Pablo Larrazabal (66).

Sharma, 21, who also won the Joburg Open in December, described 62 as his “lucky” number after finishing with a 21-under total of 267 to pocket the first prize of $500,000.

Former world No. 1 Lee Westwood, who shot a 62 on Friday, ended in a tie for 11th place following a final-round 70.

Ladies European Tour

Australian Minjee Lee shot a 6-under 67 Sunday for a 5-stroke victory in the Vic Open, the first tournament of the year on the Ladies European Tour in Barwon Heads, Australia.

Lee finished with a four-round total of 13-under 279 on the 13th Beach Golf Links, 1 shot better than Karis Davidson, who closed with a 71.

Cheyenne Woods, niece of Tiger Woods, shot a final-round 70 and finished 8 strokes behind in eighth place.