HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C. — Jim Furyk won the RBC Heritage on Sunday for his first PGA Tour title in five years, making birdies on both playoff holes to outlast Kevin Kisner.

Furyk was ahead by a stroke when Kisner birdied the 72nd hole to force the playoff, the fourth in the last six tournaments at Harbour Town.

Furyk won the 2010 event on the first playoff hole after Brian Davis called a two-stroke penalty on himself for moving a loose impediment in a hazard during his backswing.

On the first extra hole, Kisner rolled in a second straight birdie putt on the 18th. But Furyk, the 2003 U.S. Open champion, answered with a birdie to keep the playoff going.

After Kisner missed his birdie try on No. 17, Furyk sank a 12-foot putt for his 17th career PGA Tour win.

Furyk shot an 8-under 63 and Kisner had a 64 to finish at 18-under 266.

Third-round leader Troy Merritt was at 16 under after a 69. Defending champion Matt Kuchar (68) was at 14 under, and Masters winner Jordan Spieth (70) was eight shots back.

CHAMPIONS TOUR: Olin Browne won the Greater Gwinnett Championship after constant rain forced the cancellation of the final round in Duluth, Georgia.

The 57-year-old Browne set the tournament record with a second-round 64 to take the lead at 12 under. Bernhard Langer then matched the record to move into second place, a stroke back.

Rain forced Friday’s first round to be suspended and then completed Saturday morning. There was more rain, but no delays, on Saturday, followed by heavy rain Saturday night and Sunday morning.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Thailand’s Kiradech Aphibarnrat won the Shenzhen (China) International, rallying with an eagle on the 17th hole and beating Chinese teenager Li Haotong on the first hole of a playoff.

On the playoff hole, Kiradech hit his approach shot to the middle of the 18th green and made his birdie putt, while Li two-putted for par.

Kiradech had an even-par 72 to match the 19-year-old Lo at 12-under 276. Li shot a 67.

England’s Tommy Fleetwood was a stroke back after a 69.