Spain's Jose-Maria Olazabal set a tournament record in winning the Visa Taiheiyo Club Masters tournament in Gotemba, Japan, for the second consecutive year. Olazabal shot a closing five-under-par 67 for a 72-hole total of 18-under 270, four strokes under the record set by Japan's Yasuhiro Funatogawa in 1986. He finished five strokes ahead of Japan's Masashi "Jumbo" Ozaki and Germany's Bernhard Langer, who each closed with a 67. . . .

David Peoples joined the PGA Tour in 1983, but Saturday gave him his first victory, in the $700,000 Kapalua International in Hawaii. The $150,000 first prize was more than he earned in his first four years on the tour. Until this year, the most he'd won in a season was $82,624, and his previous best finish was a tie for third.

Peoples was the first winner to lead every round over the par-71 Bay Course at the Kapalua Resort and he set a tournament record of 20-under-par 264 (63-69-66-66). That put him five shots ahead of runner-up Davis Love III. . . .

U.S. senior golfers won five matches, lost two and tied one against Japan to win the $500,000 Du Pont Cup team tournament, 20-12, in Bayoh, Japan.

Mike Hill shot the day's best score and beat Japan's Kesahiko Uchida, 68-72. Jim Dent beat Hisashi Suzumura, 72-77, Dave Hill defeated Shozo Miyamoto 70-73, George Archer downed Tetsuhiro Ueda, 71-78 and Charles Coody edged Shigeru Uchida, 73-74. Each victory was worth two points.