Miller Barber shot one-under-par 71 for a three-stroke victory in the $230,000 Coca-Cola Grand Slam tournament in Tokyo. Barber, 54, finished with a 276 total and won first prize money of $50,000.

Billy Casper, 54, finished second with 70 -- 279. Defending champion Lee Elder of Washington, D.C., shot 70 -- 281 and shared third with Bob Toski (73) . . .

At Moor Park, England, Betsy King birdied four of the last five holes for a final-round 73 -- 300 to win the British Women's Open by two strokes. Six players were even with five holes left before King's run. Marta Figueras-Dotti (74 -- 302) was second, followed by Muffin Spencer-Devlin (73), Marie Wennersten (76) and Sapphire Young (78), all at 304 . . .

In Columbus, Ga., Tim Simpson held off Bob Tway and Clarence Rose, shot a three-under-par 67 for a 72-hole total of 264 and won the $350,000 Southern Open golf tournament by two strokes. Rose also shot a 67 to earn second place at 266. Tway shot 68 -- 267 . . .

Graham Marsh shot a three-under-par 69 -- 278 and won the Tokai Classic in Nagoya, Japan, by one stroke when Isao Aoki bogeyed the final hole for 60 -- 279. It was the 21st victory in Japan for Marsh . . .

Rick Schuller of Fairfax defeated John Pallin of Little Rock, Ark., with par on the first playoff hole to win the Middle Atlantic Golf Association men's championship at Bonnie View in Baltimore. Schuller, of Army Navy Country Club, is a senior at Old Dominion and the Sun Belt Conference champion. He shot a 76 to Pallin's 73 as both finished with 54-hole totals of 217. Former winner Marty West of Columbia had the day's low round at 72 and was third at 219, followed by clubmate Henri deLozier, 73-220.