Given breathing room by Tom Watson's four-putt collapse, Lanny Wadkins came on with a 6-under-par 66 to score a one-stroke victory in the Hawaiian Open in Honolulu.

Wadkins gained the 17th title of his 18-season PGA Tour career with a 271 total, 17 shots under par. He earned $108,000 from the purse of $600,000.

Canadian Richard Zokol scrambled in with a 70 -- 272 to take second. Watson, who triple bogeyed the 10th hole, came in at 277 . . .

Patty Sheehan shot a 5-under 67 to overtake Beth Daniel and earn her third Sarasota (Fla.) Classic triumph.

Sheehan finished at 6-under 282 to earn the $33,750 first prize. JoAnne Carner, who had a final-round 68, and Jody Rosenthal, who shot a 70, finished three shots back. Daniel, who led by two shots entering the final round, went 1-over and tied for fourth with Sherri Turner, who had a 70 . . .

Gary Player conquered tricky winds and shot a final-round 70 to win the $350,000 PGA Seniors Championship by three strokes over defending champion Chi Chi Rodriguez, the 1987 winner.

Player, who also won this tournament in 1986, finished with a 72-hole score of 4-under-par 284 on the 6,530-yard Champion course at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Rodriguez, who shared the third-round lead with Al Geiberger, shot 74 -- 287.

Geiberger shot 75 to finish four strokes behind Player at 288 and tied for third with Miller Barber, who carded 70.