It has been 15 years since Bob Tway recorded the eighth and final PGA Tour victory of his career and on Sunday it was his son Kevin's turn to savour that winning feeling after he survived a three-way playoff to win the Safeway Open.
Tway rolled in a 10-foot birdie putt at the third hole of sudden death to win the first event of the USA tour's 2018-19 season over Ryan Moore at Silverado Resort in Napa, California.
Tway fired a one-under 71 in the final round to join Moore (67) and Snedeker (74) in a play-off after the trio finished at 14 under.
It was the first PGA Tour victory for Tway, the son of 1986 PGA Championship victor Bob.
"I was just able to put together a round of golf", said Moore, who had six birdies and just one bogey.
With an opening nine of 3 under 33, Baddeley moved within four of then leader Brandt Snedeker and when Snedeker struggled early in his back nine the Australian's chances of a potential 5th PGA Tour title improved greatly.
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Tway rolled in a 10-foot birdie putt on the 10th green to complete a stellar finish at Silverado Resort and Spa's North Course.
Moore, who started the day seven shots behind Snedeker, was happy just to have been in contention.
"I have to find a way to win today", Snedeker tweeted. "I was proud of how I played". "I basically gave it away and it stinks right now, but I'll get over this and maybe it will help me down the road".
"I'm kind of at a loss for words", he said afterwards.
The 20-year-old finished regulation at 13-under 275, after carding a 71 in the final round with four birdies against three bogeys.
Luke List jumped into that bunch with an eagle at 18 to cap his 67.