VALERO TEXAS OPEN winner Jimmy Walker, right, holds the tournament trophy with Valero executive vice president Lane Riggs after the fourth round of the Valero Texas Open golf tournament on Sunday in San Antonio.

VALERO TEXAS OPEN winner Jimmy Walker, right, holds the tournament trophy with Valero executive vice president Lane Riggs after the fourth round of the Valero Texas Open golf tournament on Sunday in San Antonio.

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Jimmy Walker won his hometown Texas Open on Sunday to become the first two-time winner this season on the PGA Tour, beating fellow Texan Jordan Spieth by four strokes.

Walker closed with a 2- under 70 to finish at 11-under 277 at TPC San Antonio, a 35- minute drive from his home. The 36-year-old former Baylor player won the Sony Open in Hawaii by nine shots in January and has a tour-best five victories in the past two seasons.

Spieth also finished with a 70, making four late birdies in a row. The 21-year-old Dallas player was coming off a playoff victory two weeks ago at Innisbrook.

Walker and Spieth will move to career highs in the world ranking, with Spieth going from sixth to fourth and Walker from 13th to 10th.

FedEx Cup champion Billy Horschel was third at 4 under after a 71.

Phil Mickelson closed with a 76 to drop into a tie for 30th at 4-over.

Kia Classic

CARLSBAD, Calif. (AP) — Cristie Kerr ran off four straight birdies on the back nine and closed with a 7- under 65 to win the Kia Classic for her first LPGA Tour title in nearly two years.

Starting the final round three shots behind, Kerr was in a three-way tie for the lead at Aviara Golf Club when she pulled away from Mirim Lee and 17-year-old Lydia Ko. Her fourth straight birdie was on the 16th hole when she drove the green and two-putted from 20 feet.

It was her 17th career win and first since May 2013 at the Kingsmill Championship. The 37-year-old American had a tournament-record 20-under 268 total.

Kerr’s two-shot victory over Lee (70) ended a stretch of seven straight LPGA events won by South Korean-born players dating to the CME Group Tour Championship last year.

Champions

SAUCIER, Miss. (AP) — David Frost survived a onestroke penalty on the par-3 17th and won the Mississippi Gulf Resort Classic when Tom Lehman missed a 4-foot birdie putt on the last hole.

The 55-year-old South African finished with a 4- under 68 at Fallen Oak for a one-stroke victory over 2011 winner Lehman and secondround leader Kevin Sutherland.

European Tour

AGADIR, Morocco (AP) — Scotland’s Richie Ramsay won the Trophee Hassan II for his third European Tour title, beating France’s Romain Wattel by a stroke.

Ramsay finished with a 3- under 69 to finish at 10- under 278 at Golf du Palais Royal. He lost a three-shot lead before recovering with three straight birdies on Nos. 12-14 and parring the last four.

Web.com

BROUSSARD, La. (AP) — Kelly Kraft won the Louisiana Open for his first Web.com Tour title, closing with a 6-under 65 in windy conditions for a one-stroke victory at Le Triomphe.