It took a little more time than expected due to a long weather delay, but D.A. Points was up to the task, winning his second career PGA Tour title behind an 6-under 66 for a one-shot victory, earning a spot in the Masters as well.
Here are 5 Things to take away from Points' win:
1. TAKING THE POINTS: To say this victory came out of nowhere would be an understatement for Points.
Having made only two cuts in nine Tour events in 2013, Points had earned just $24,048 this season.
Points also hadn't had much success at Redstone GC, missing the cut in 2012, T-60 in 2011, T-62 in 2010, T-14 in 2009 and T-70 in 2006.
But bogey-free play during his final 22 holes allowed Points to hold off an army of contenders, including Billy Horschel and Henrik Stenson, who finished at 15 under with 6-under 66s Sunday.
His bogey-free streak was tested on the 72nd hole, but he nailed a 15-footer for par to clinch the victory and set off a hearty celebration.
"I was just thinking, 'Whatever happens, h...