Erasing a double bogey on the sixth hole with five birdies, American Brandt Snedeker captured the PGA Tour Championship and won the FedEx Cup playoffs at East Lake Sunday afternoon.

The 31-year-old earned the $10 million prize by following up his 6-under-par Saturday with a 2-underpar 68, as he went back and forth with Ryan Moore for the lead early in the back nine. For the tournament, Snedeker was 10 under-par, and kept his lead despite a bogey on the final hole.

Moore eventually finished in a tie for third with Great Britain’s Luke Donald, and Justin Rose placed second with a 7-under par performance for the tournament.

Brandt Snedeker

American Brandt Snedeker nailed five birdies Sunday for the PGA Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup title Sunday at East Lake.

Tiger Woods shot two bogeys and one double bogey on the front nine, then added two more bogeys on the 10th and 17th holes for a 2-over par 72 and a tie in eighth place with Hunter Mahan.

Meanwhile, Woods’s closest rival, Rory McIlroy, shot a 4-over par with four bogeys and a double bogey on the sixth hole for a 74 and a five-way tie for 10th place.

Jim Furyk saw his one-stroke lead heading into the final round dissipate with two bogeys on the 13th and 16th holes, and placed seventh.