Mike Hulbert and Bob Tway won the $600,00 Chrysler PGA team championship by a stroke in a tense ending at the Palm Beach (Fla.) Polo and Country Club.
Starting the day five strokes ahead, they had trouble putting and almost got caught by Fred Couples and Mike Donald, who began the day five strokes behind but were 10 under par for final the round.
Hulbert and Tway, who missed the cut two years ago and lost by a stroke to Gary Hallberg and Scott Hoch last year, collected the $100,000 first prize with their 72-hole of 250, 38 under par. Hallberg and Koch were third at 252 . . .
In Kaanapali, Hawaii, Orville Moody shot a 5-under-par 67 in a steady rain to earn a three-stroke victory over former NFL quarterback John Brodie in the rain-shortened $300,000 Kaanapali Classic.
Moody, 54, captured the $45,000 first prize with a 12-under 132 total that increased his 1987 PGA Seniors Tour earnings to $390,749.
Bruce Devlin shot a 9-under 63 to break the course record of 65 set 27 years ago by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus in the Canada Cup competition and tied by Moody Friday. Ironically, Devlin was a member of the Australian team in the Canada Cup.