J.J Henry of the USA won the Reno-Tahoe Open at the Montreux Golf & Country Club in Nevada by a single point from Brazil’s Alexandre Rocha.

Henry posted four birdies and a bogey in Sunday’s final round to finish the adjusted Stableford event on 43 points. Players received eight points for an albatross, five for an eagle, two for a birdie and zero for a par. They were docked a point for a bogey and three points for anything worse.

It was Henry’s first victory on the PGA Tour since the 2006 Buick Open.

“It’s been a long time coming,” he said. “I’ve been out here 12 years so I’ve done something right. But it’s been six years since I’ve won. To finally get over that hump again means a lot. … Hopefully, I don’t have to wait another 176 starts.”

Andres Romero of Argentina finished the week in third place with John Mallinger in fourth. John Daly ended the tournament in a tie for fifth with Justin Leonard. It was his best PGA Tour finish since 2005.

Reno-Tahoe Open
Montreux Golf & Country Club, Reno, Nevada
Aug 2-5, purse $3,000,000, par 72

1   J.J. Henry (USA)      10   12   14   7   43   $540,000
2   Alexandre Rocha (Bra)   8   16   9   9   42   $324,000
3   Andres Romero (Arg)   14   7   10   6   37   $204,000
4   John Mallinger (USA)   11   11   10   2   34   $144,000
T5   John Daly (USA)      10   9   9   5   33   $114,000
T5   Justin Leonard (USA)   5   10   11   7   33   $114,000
7   Josh Teater (USA)   11   -3   14   9   31   $100,500
T8   Todd Hamilton (USA)   9   6   8   7   30   $87,000
T8   Tom Pernice Jr (USA)   7   6   11   6   30   $87,000
T8   Brendan Steele (USA)   6   10   7   7   30   $87,000 
 

Note: Player score in bold signifies Titleist ball usage