Svoboda tapped in for par on the par-5 18th, and won when MacKenzie – who eagled the hole in regulation – missed a 5-footer. Svoboda shot 2-under 70 to match MacKenzie at 12 under. MacKenzie finished with 67.
Svoboda earned $180,000. The former St. John’s player, the Price Cutter Charity Championship winner last month, had already wrapped up a PGA Tour card by finishing 25th on the Web.com Tour money list.
MacKenzie, 40th on the Web.com money list, made $108,000.
Vaughn Taylor closed with 71 and tied for eighth at 280. He earned $26,000 and moved up into a tie for 22nd on the money list.
CHAMPIONS TOUR: In Sainte-Julie, Quebec, Esteban Toledo won the Montreal Championship ofor his second Champions Tour victory of the season, beating Kenny Perry with a birdie on the third extra hole.
The 50-year-old Toledo shot 3-under 69 to match Perry at 5-under 211 on La Vallee du Richelieu’s Rouville Course. Perry had 70.
EUROPEAN TOUR: In Crans-Sur-Sierre, Switzerland, Thomas Bjorn beat Craig Lee with a birdie on the first playoff hole to win the European Masters title Sunday.
Bjorn sank his 12-foot putt on the par-4 18th after Lee’s birdie attempt from 15 feet slid left of the hole.
WALKER CUP: In Southampton, N.Y., Nathan Smith won the deciding point in the United States’ 17-9 victory over Britain and Ireland in the Walker Cup on Sunday, beating England’s Nathan Kimsey 4 and 3 in the fifth singles match at National Golf Links of America.
The United States, ahead 8-4 entering the final day in the biennial amateur event, split the four morning foursomes matches and won seven of the 10 afternoon singles matches.