Bolli, the 33-year-old former Georgia player, had a 21-under 267 total on the Highland Springs course. He earned $112,500 to jump from 16th to seventh on the money list with $246,900, with the final top 25 earning 2010 PGA Tour cards.
"I'm definitely looking forward to getting back to the big tour," Bolli said. "But it doesn't change my mindset for this season. I need to keep playing events and keep playing well. It's very important how high you finish for your priority and status."
Bolli, also the winner of the 2004 Chattanooga Classic and 2007 Northeast Pennsylvania Classic, birdied No. 15, then returned from a nearly 90-minute delay because of a thunderstorm to hole a 25-foot birdie putt on 16. He also birdied No. 17 and closed with a par on the par-5 18th.
"It's hard to keep your feel," Bolli said. "It's hard to get back into the flow of the round. I did hit a few putts, but spent most of the time in the clubhouse trying to relax with friends and family before getting out on the course."
Lamely finished with a 65, and Collins shot a 70.