Perry, O'Hair claim Shootout
Kenny Perry and Sean O'Hair birdied five of the final six holes to win the Franklin Templeton Shootout in Florida.
The duo had held a two-shot lead overnight going into Sunday's scramble but finished up just one clear of their nearest rivals, the fast-charging Charles Howell III and Rory Sabbatini, on 31 under.
Perry has now claimed the trophy on three occasions in his career, each time with a different partner; he triumphed in 2005 with John Huston and then again with Scott Hoch three years later.
The 52-year-old American also becomes the oldest player to ever win the Shootout.
"All three have been different," Perry said of his previous victories. "John and I were pretty even partners, and then the year Scott and I won, I played fantastic that week.
"This year, my roles have been reversed, and I was complementing Sean."
Howell and Sabbatini made them work, though, managing to combine for a 15-under 57 on the Gold Course at Tiburon Golf Club. Their efforts included a stunning eagle on a par-four hole.
Jason Duffner and Vijay Singh finished alone in third place on 28 under for the three-round tournament that uses a different format on each day.
Stewart Cink and Carl Pettersson, first-round leaders Davis Love III and Brandt Snedeker and 2009 champions Jerry Kelly and Steve Stricker were another shot back in a tie for fourth.