Dufner's purple patch continues as American triumphs in Texas
22:54 GMT, 20 May 2012
Jason Dufner's rich run of form continued in Texas as he saw off Dicky Pride to win the Bryon Nelson Challenge in in a gripping finale.
The 35-year-old, who recently won at New Orleans and was also married last weekend, landed a 25-yard putt on the 18th green after a stunning drive had seen him turn the pressure up on Pride.
He ended on 10-under par, seeing off Pride by a shot, and he told Sky Sports 1 afterwards: 'We got bunched up at the top and I had a nice chance on 18th the close it out.
Coming so close: Dicky Pride had to settle for second place
Henry ended two shots behind Dufner, though, and one behind Pride, as one of four men on nine under, with the other three being Marc Leishmann, Joe Durant and Jonas Blixt.
There was then a three-shot buffer to the rest, with Phil Mickelson among them on six under.
He went around in four-under but had left himself with too much to do, as had Ken Duke who ended on the same score.
Fading: Vijay Singh fell out of contention
Vijay Singh, so impressive on Saturday, was one over for Sunday and ended up six shots shy of Dufner, while Padraig Harrington was seven behind despite a one-under 69.
The round of the day went to Germany`s Alex Cejka, although his five-under 65 could only take him to one under for the tournament.