MONTREAL — Tim Clark rallied to win the Canadian Open on Sunday, birdieing five of the last eight holes for a one-stroke victory over Jim Furyk.

Clark closed with a 5-under 65 at rainy Royal Montreal for his second PGA Tour victory. The 38-year-old South African also won the 2010 Players Championship.

Furyk, a two-time Canadian Open champion who took a three-stroke lead into the final round, finished with a 69.

“It looked like Jim wasn’t going to make any mistakes,” said Clark, who moved into contention Saturday with a 64. “He was pretty solid, so I knew I had to make birdies. At that point, there was nothing to lose. Suddenly I got hot and I went with it.”

Furyk is 0 for 7 with the 54-hole lead since winning the 2010 Tour Championship for the last of his 16 PGA Tour titles. He made only two birdies in the final round.

“I kind of controlled my own destiny,” Furyk said. “I’ve got to shoot 3 or 4 under and it would have been impossible to catch me, or darn near it. I left the door open with even par on the front nine and Tim took advantage and shot 30 on the back.”

On No. 18, Clark left a 45-foot birdie putt about 6 feet short, and Furyk missed left on a 12-footer. Clark sealed the win by holing the par putt.

Clark finished at 17-under 263 to tie the tournament record set by Johnny Palmer in 1952 at St. Charles in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and matched by Scott Piercy in 2012 at Hamilton in Ancaster, Ontario.

Justin Hicks was third at 13 under after a 64. Matt Kuchar (65), Michael Putnam (66) and Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (66) tied for fourth at 11 under.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Bernhard Langer ran away with the Senior British Open at Bridgend, Wales, for his fourth senior major title, finishing a record 13 strokes ahead of Scotland’s Colin Montgomerie.

The 56-year-old German closed with a 4-under 67 at sunny Royal Porthcawl to finish at 18-under 266. He broke the Champions Tour record for margin of victory of 12 set by Hale Irwin in the 1997 Senior PGA, and matched the tournament record in relation to par set by Tom Watson at Turnberry in 2003.

Montgomerie, the winner of the previous two senior majors, finished with a 69.

EUROPEAN TOUR: England’s David Horsey won the Russian Open in Moscow for his third European Tour title, beating Ireland’s Damien McGrane with a par on the first hole of a playoff.

Horsey closed with an even-par 72 to match McGrane (66) at 13-under 275. Horsey rallied with an eagle on the 17th after making double bogey on the 12th hole.