Following a bogey on the 10th hole, Kirk Triplett followed up with birdies on holes 11, 13, 14, 15 and 16 to win the inaugural American Family Insurance Championship.
Triplett still needed help from leader Bart Bryant, who delivered a triple-bogey seven on the 15th hole which cost him the lead and eventually the tournament.
Triplett said he was getting ready to hit a chip shot on hole number 16 when he glanced up at a leader board. What he saw was his name atop the leader board with a one-shot lead. He went on to birdie 16 and increase his lead to two shots.
Triplett went on to par the last two holes to finish with a 65 to win for the fifth time on the PGA Champions Tour. Triplett earned $300,000 for the win and climbed to fifth on the money list with $767,965.
Triplett finished at 17-under par, 199, beating Mike Goodes and Bryant by two shots. Second round leader Jean-Francois Remsey.
Fox Point native Skip Kendall finished in a tie for 29th.
The inaugural American Family Insurance Championship drew 56,000 spectators and raised an estimated one-million dollars for charity.