The team Sean O'Hair and Steve Stricker fired an 8-under-par 64 to claim a two-stroke victory Sunday in the QBE Shootout in Naples, Fla.
O'Hair and Stricker finished the tournament under the modified alternate-shot format at the Tiburon Golf Club at 26-under 190.
Sunday's final round of this unofficial PGA Tour event was played in a best-ball format.
Stricker's 10-foot putt for birdie at No. 9, the team's third-straight birdie, tied Graeme McDowell and Shane Lowry for the lead at 22-under-par. They then made additional birdies at Nos. 11, 14 and O'Hair eagled No. 17 to win it.
"He played great today," Stricker said of O'Hair. "He hit a great shot on 17. That's the stuff you need to do to win a tournament, and Sean pulled it off."
O'Hair and Stricker are the second team paired together for the first time to win the tournament. The first was Brad Faxon and Scott McCarron in 2000.
"This is always a great event to finish the year off with, and to pull this off is special," O'Hair said. "But to do it with Steve is even that much better for me. I'm a golf geek, so he's a friend of mine, but still it's kind of hard not to look at him and kind of put him a little bit up on a pedestal."
McDowell and Lowry finished second at 24-under 192 after shooting a 6-under-par 66 in the final round. They were the only internationals in the field. After four birdies on their first seven holes, they parred seven straight holes from No. 8 to 14 before their next birdie came at the par-4 15th.
Pat Perez and Brian Harman finished third at 22-under 194. They fired a 64 Sunday, a round that included eight birdies and no bogeys.
Three pairs finished in a tie for fourth at 21-under overall.
Tony Finau and Lexi Thompson shot a 66. Thompson, who played this event last year, was the only female in the event this year and the second female ever to play in the event. Annika Sorenstam played it in 2006.
Daniel Berger and Gary Woodland shot a 64 and Keegan Bradley and Brendan Steele a 67 to also finish tied for fourth.