Sang-Moon Bae held off the competition to win the first PGA Tour event of the season at the Frys.com Open by Dan Butler

Jimmy Walker

Defending champion Jimmy Walker was unable to replicate his stellar start to the 2013/2014 season this time, finishing in 63rd position at even par for the tournament. Photography: Getty Images/ Robert Laberge

Jarrod Lyle

Australia’s Jarrod Lyle made a promising return to the PGA Tour after a 2-year absence battling cancer for the second time. He finished tied 31st at 5-under-par. Photography: Getty Images/ Robert Laberge

Andres GonzalesFan favourite Andres Gonzales charged into an early lead with a near flawless round of 66 on Friday but lost momentum going into the weekend, finishing the tournament 6 shots off the lead at 6-under. Photography: Getty Images/ Robert Laberge

Sang-Moon Bae

Sang-Moon Bae matched Gonzales’s opening 66 with 7 birdies and a single bogey to jointly top the leader board after Round 1 of the Frys.com Open. Photography: Getty Images/ Robert Laberge

Martin Laird

Despite only hitting 6 fairways Scotland’s Martin Laird managed to shoot a second 67 in Round 2 to lead the pack by one shot over Bae who entered the weekend at 9 under. Photography: Getty Images/ Robert Reiners

Sang-Moon Bae

Bae continued his excellent play into moving day, following up his 66 and 69 with a 65. His round consisted of 7 birdies and an eagle, which came from a 292-yard drive to 6 feet on the par 417th (pictured). Photography: Getty Images/ Robert Laberge

Steven BowditchAustralian Steven Bowditch made an early challenge to Bae’s four shot lead going into the final round. He finished with three birdies and an eagle on the back 9 to post the clubhouse lead at 15 under. Photography: Getty Images/ Robert Laberge

Sang-Moon BaeBae had to rely on his previous stellar rounds to see off the competition and close out the tournament with a round of 73 and a final score of 15 under, winning by 2 shots over Bowditch. Photography: Getty Images/ Robert Laberge