Paul Broadhurst wins Champions' Invited Celebrity Classic

England's Paul Broadhurst had a birdie at the par-4 15th and held serve the rest of the way Sunday to earn a one-shot victory at the rain-shortened Invited Celebrity Classic in Irving, Texas.

After the second round at Las Colinas Country Club was called off Saturday due to inclement weather, Broadhurst -- who hadn't turned in a championship card since 2018 -- shot 4 under through his first eight holes Sunday.

"You never know when your next win is going to be," Broadhurst said. "To win out here again is really special."

David Toms' birdies at Nos. 10 and 13 propelled him to within a single stroke of the lead. But at the 15th, Broadhurst hit three perfect shots en route to birdie to take a two-shot edge into the final three holes.

Broadhurst claimed his sixth victory on the PGA Tour Champions by shooting 11-under 131 for the tournament. He fired a 5-under 66 on Sunday.

"I just kept plugging away really," Broadhurst said. "Just did some work back home with my mind man, and it seemed to work. Just stayed in the moment. Didn't get ahead of myself, which I have done a little bit the last few weeks.

"So yeah, I'm pleased that I held it together (Sunday) and felt as though I played really well around the back nine."

Toms had an impressive two-shot birdie at No. 17, but he parred the 18th as he carded a 6-under 65 in finishing a stroke short of a tiebreaker.

Thomas Bjorn of Denmark, who held the first-round lead after recording seven birdies without a bogey, ran into trouble on Sunday, carding a double bogey at No. 15 and a bogey at 8. He finished at 1-under 70 and in a tie for third place at 8 under.

South Korean Y.E. Yang, who was tied for second entering Sunday, tied Bjorn for third after his 2-under 69.

Steve Allan of Australia used a 5-under 66 to finish fifth at 7 under.

Jerry Kelly and Clark Dennis, two golfers who were also tied for second coming into the day, each shot an even-par 71, falling into a tie for sixth place with four others at 6 under.

In the celebrity portion of the event, Mardy Fish finished in first, followed by John Smoltz, Bud Norris, Josh Donaldson and Annika Sorenstam, respectively.