Patton Kizzire had a 4-shot lead with seven holes remaining, right about the time nerves can surface for a player trying to win his first PGA Tour title.

Kizzire made it look like a walk on the beach.

Never flinching during a 36-hole Sunday with Rickie Fowler, Kizzire saved par with big putts on three holes on the back nine, closed with rounds of 66-67, didn’t make a bogey over the final 21 holes and won the rain-plagued OHL Classic at Mayakoba to earn his first trip to the Masters.

Two straight birdies brought Fowler to within 1 shot going to the 18th at El Camaleon Golf Club, only for Fowler to hit a short iron some 35 feet left of the flag and leave his birdie attempt short.

European Tour

South Africa’s Branden Grace won the Nedbank Golf Challenge by 1 shot after finishing 11-under par, making a 30-foot birdie putt on No. 16 to edge in front and become the first home winner at Sun City in a decade.

Grace’s long putt at the par 3 put him one ahead of playing partner Scott Jamieson and two clear of Victor Dubuisson, who was also part of the final group.

Grace made pars on the last two, tapping in on No. 18 for a 66 and his eighth European Tour title, and first since January 2016.

Scotland’s Jamieson, the overnight leader, finished second at 10 under after a final-round 70.

Champions Tour

Kevin Sutherland finally broke through on the PGA Tour Champions, taking the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup Championship — and the topping the yearlong competition, too.

Sutherland closed a 5-under 66 on Sunday for a 1-stroke victory over Vijay Singh at Phoenix Country Club, the tree-lined course hosting its first tour event since the Phoenix Open left for TPC Scottsdale in 1988.

“I don’t even know. It’s like a whirlwind thing. It’s amazing,” Sutherland said. “I mean, the names on this trophy are incredible. I’ve seen it, and to be on that list is just, I can’t even put words to it, it’s just amazing.”

Bernhard Langer, the winner of the first two playoff events, had a 64 to tie for 12th — 5 strokes back. Langer slipped to second in the season standings, missing a chance to win the title for the fourth straight year and fifth overall.

“It was never meant to be fair,” Langer said.