IRVING, Texas — Billy Horschel had missed four straight cuts when he arrived at TPC Four Seasons, a course he had never played well.

After winning the last AT&T Byron Nelson scheduled at the Irving resort, Horschel now wishes he could have the chance to come back.

While his 18-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole Sunday stopped just short, Horschel won with a par when Jason Day pulled his 4-foot par putt left and past the hole.

“When I hit it, I knew it was on a perfect line and I thought I got it to the hole. … I just wanted to finish it off there,” Horschel said. “I didn’t expect him to miss it. I was expecting to go back to the tee and play the hole again.”

Instead, the playoff wrapped up the Nelson’s 35th and final tournament in Irving. The event shifts next year to the new links-style Trinity Forest Golf Club south of downtown Dallas.

In his only two previous Nelsons, in 2011 and 2012, Horschel missed the cut at 13 over through 36 holes both times. With a closing 1-under 69 on Sunday, including a 60-foot birdie putt at the 14th hole, Horschel matched Day (68) at 12-under 268.

Third-round leader James Hahn finished a stroke back after shooting 71. He just missed a miraculous eagle at the 18th hole that would have gotten him into the playoff with his playing partners. His approach from 122 yards hit on the green, spun back and skimmed over the edge of the cup.

Day, who got the first of his 10 PGA Tour victories at the 2010 Nelson, had the lead alone only once, when he pitched in from 78 feet from the rough next to the greenside bunker at the 477-yard 15th. He was there after two horrible shots, a tee shot way right and an approach that set up an awkward stance.

Horschel’s fourth PGA Tour victory, which earned him $1.35 million, was his first since taking the 2014 Tour Championship for the FedEx Cup title.

LPGA: Lexi Thompson shot a 6-under 65 to finish off a wire-to-wire victory in the Kingsmill Championship with a tournament-record 20-under 264 total at Williamsburg, Virginia.

Thompson broke the tournament record of 19 under set by Annika Sorenstam in 2008.

The victory, Thompson’s eighth, gave her at least one in five consecutive seasons. That matches top-ranked Lydia Ko for the longest streak on tour.

In Gee Chun, shot a bogey-free 67 but finished five shots back.

EUROPEAN TOUR: Spain’s Alvaro Quiros parred the second hole of a playoff with South Africa’s Zander Lombard to win the Rocco Forte Open in Verdura, Sicily, and regain his European Tour card.

Quiros blew a seven-stroke lead, closing with a 2-over 73 to match Lombard (68) at 14-under 270. Lombard missed a 3-foot par putt on the second extra hole.

Quiros won his seventh tour title and first since December 2011.