Sepp Straka secured a career-boosting victory on Sunday as he held on for a one-shot win over Shane Lowry in the Honda Classic.

Straka sealed the win after Lowry missed a 43-foot put on the 18th hole which would have forced a playoff. On his own 18th hole, Straka had a tap-in birdie after a grad lag putt on an eagle try. Rain descended on the course over the last few holes, as Straka became the first Austrian to win on the PGA Tour as he finished with a winning total of 10-under.

He is the 14th Georgia player to win on the PGA Tour.

Straka was born in Vienna and played, along with his twin brother Sam, for the Austrian National Team, including a second-place squad finish in the 2011 European Boys Team Championship in the Czech Republic. After his family relocated to Valdosta, Ga., Straka competed for the Bulldogs in 2012, 2013, 2015, and 2016. A team captain, he earned All-SEC recognition his final year as the Bulldogs claimed the conference title. (Sam Straka lettered for the Bulldogs from 2012-15 and won the 2012 Brickyard Collegiate Championship), according to his Georgia bio.