Bowden, seven shots back at the start of the final round, shot
an 8-under-par 63 -- finishing with an eagle and birdie -- for
16-under 268 total. After Bryce Molder and Brad Adamonis missed
tying shots from about 20 feet out, third-round leader Daley
birdied the final hole to force the playoff.
Daley (70) then missed a 4-foot par putt on the first extra
hole, setting up Bowden's winning 2-foot putt.
"This is what we play for," said Bowden, who began the round
tied for 15th. "We play for a chance to give yourself an
opportunity to win a tournament by making a putt on the last hole.
It's storybook stuff."
Bowden earned $85,500 with his third career victory and first
this year. He also moved up to No. 2 on the season earnings list
with $277,621, and guaranteed a return to the PGA Tour.