David Peoples, who led every round, collected his first victory as a professional in taking the Kapalua International tournament in Kapalua, Hawaii, with a 66 for a tourney-record total of 20-under-par 264.
Peoples finished five shots better than Davis Love III and six ahead of Nick Price. The previous record for the par-71 Bay Course was 266, set in 1984 by Sandy Lyle and tied in 1988 by Bob Gilder. . . .
Jose Maria Olazabal of Spain overcame strong winds to post a 3-under-par 69 and take a five-shot lead at 13-under 203 following three rounds of the $1 million Visa Taiheiyo Club Masters tournament in Gotemba, Japan. . . .
U.S. senior golfers won all four of their matches against their Japanese counterparts and took a two-point lead after the second round of the $500,000 Du Pont Cup Seniors team tournament in Batoh, Japan.
Dale Douglas and Charles Coody had the day's best score of 61 in beating Japan's Hisashi Suzumura and Shozo Miyamoto, giving the United States two points. Suzumura and Miyamoto shot 66. . . .
Webb Heintzelman of Cabin John shot a final-round 70 for 12-under-par 276 to lead 30 golfers in second-stage PGA Tour qualifying at Jones Creek in Augusta, Ga. David Sutherland was second at 70-281. Heinzelman advanced to final qualifying at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif., Nov. 28-Dec. 3.