Actor William Devane and host Raymond Floyd shot a final-round 12-under-par 60 to win the $1 Million Lexus Challenge on Saturday.
Devane sank a 4-foot putt at the par-5, 17th hole for a net eagle and followed with a 3-foot par at the final hole for a net birdie to give the duo a two-day total of 124, 20-under-par.
"That was an incredible finish coming down to the wire," Floyd said of Devane's closing holes. "He was just incredible when it meant a lot."
Jim Colbert and actor Kevin Costner finished in a tie with Gil Morgan and Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Roger Clemens for second place.
Morgan and Clemens fired a 9-under-par 63 for a two-day total of 123. Colbert and Costner started the day with a two-shot lead but could manage only a 7-under-par 65.
Johnny Miller and actor Joe Pesci finished with a 10-under-par 62 that left them at 127, and in fourth place.
Floyd won the inaugural event here in 1995 while teaming with actor Michael Chiklis.
"We were totally out of it," Floyd said. "I think Bill (Devane) said to Glenn (Frey) that we needed a cab to get in when we were at the 12th."
Floyd and Devane finished the final six holes in 7-under par.
"But then we caught fire," Floyd said. "I made some birdies. I probably played the best stretch of holes I've played in 10 or 15 years. Then Bill birdied 15 with a stroke and I birdied 16."
Tiger Woods was among the gallery Saturday. When Floyd was asked whether Woods could play in the tournament as a pro or a celebrity he said with a chuckle, "He's not old enough to get in this field."
Jay Sigel and Chiklis finished fifth after shooting 7-under-par 65s on both days for a 130 total.
Lee Trevino and Frey finished in a tie for sixth at 132 with defending champion Hale Irwin and actor Chris O'Donnell.
Morgan and Clemens, playing behind Floyd and Devane, were leading by three shots going to the 16th. But Morgan's bogey along with Floyd's birdie closed the lead to a single stroke.
Morgan missed a 15-foot birdie putt on the final hole that would have forced a playoff.
The 36-hole event consisted of 12 teams, each with one Senior PGA professional and one celebrity per team. The celebrities competed using their full handicaps.
Parry leads after three
COOLUM, Australia -- Australian Craig Parry will a take a two-shot lead into the final round of the Coolum Classic after shooting a 1-under-par 71.
Parry was 7-under-par at 209 after 54 holes.
His closest rival was Australian Shane Tait, who shot 69. Three strokes back, at 212, was Craig Jones after a 71.
Robin Byrd was the top-placed American, shooting 72 for a 214 total.
The pro-am team event played in conjunction with the Classic was won by American Payne Stewart and Australian tennis player Todd Woodbridge, who combined for a 28-under total to win by four shots.
Stewart shot 72 for a 218 total.