The Australian Lucas Herbert took his first PGA Tour victory on Sunday at the Bermuda Championship. Here’s everything you need to know from Sunday at the Port Royal Golf Club in Southampton, Bermuda:

Leaderboard: Lucas Herbert (-15), Patrick Reed (-14), Danny Lee (-14), Patrick Rodgers ( -13), Scott Stallings (-12), Taylor Pendrith (-12)

How it came about: Herbert started the final round, which was early due to the weather, four strokes behind Pendrith, the 54-hole leader. When Stallings and Reed charged from the front, Herbert and Lee held the lead in places on Sunday as Pendrith did not play a single birdie. Eventually Stallings missed a stormy run and Reed came under the clubhouse at 14, so that the three players in the last group also competed against each other. Lee birdie numbers 15-17 to give himself a chance, but his double bogey-bogey route just before that cost him. The long-hitting Pendrith made a costly double on the penultimate hole with par 5. Herbert’s four final pars, which followed two birdie bombs at numbers 12 and 14, were just enough to get the job done in stormy conditions.

What it means: Herbert, already two-time European Tour winner, has won Earlier this year earned his PGA Tour card through the Korn Ferry Tour Finals. Now he has not only clinched his first tour victory, but is also among the top 50 of the Official World Golf Ranking and can count on an invitation to the Masters in April. Herbert is also the first-time first-time winner on the tour this season.

Round of the day: Stallings attempted to become the first player since Derek Lamely to win a Tour event at the 2010 Puerto Rico Open after his final round on Jan. .Hole had started. Instead, Stallings shot 9-under 62 and made do with a solo sixth.

Photo of the day: After Herbert had pocketed a long birdie at number 12, Herbert made the 14th hole even longer:

Biggest Disappointment: Pendrit. The Canadian rookie went out of the way and turned a three-shot lead into a three-shot loss after 54 holes.

FROM Golf Channel Digital

FROM Golf Channel Digital

BY Max Schreiber

PGA Tour officials have increased tee times and will send players off the first and tenth tee in the Bermuda Championship.

Taylor Pendrith’s big game works well on the PGA Tour’s shortest course as he leads through three rounds with three strokes.

Taylor Pendrith made five straight birdies on the turn and flirted with a sub-60 round until he was satisfied with two final pars and a 10-under 61.