PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico — Johnson Wagner won the Mayakoba Golf Classic for his second PGA Tour title, beating Spencer Levin with a par on the first hole of a playoff on Sunday.

PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico — Johnson Wagner won the Mayakoba Golf Classic for his second PGA Tour title, beating Spencer Levin with a par on the first hole of a playoff on Sunday.

Wagner, also the 2008 Houston Open winner, closed with a 4-under 67 to match Levin at 17-under 267 on the Greg Norman-designed El Camaleon course. Levin shot a 65.

Champions Tour player John Cook shot a 66 to finish third at 14 under. Chris Stroud (70) was fourth at 13 under, and David Toms (67), Rory Sabbatini (66) Brian Gay (68), Briny Baird (69), Jarrod Lyle (70) and Bobby Gates (70) were 12 under.

Wagner had four birdies — on Nos. 7, 8, 11 and 13 — in a bogey-free round. He earned $666,000 in the event played opposite the Match Play Championship in Arizona.

HSBC Women's Champions

At Singapore, Karrie Webb surged ahead with four straight birdies on the back nine and held off Japan's Chie Arimura for a one-shot victory at the HSBC Women's Champions.

The 36-year-old Webb, who earned $210,000 for the victory, was even on the front nine and bogeyed No. 10 before the string of birdies on Nos. 11-14 at Tanah Merah Country Club.

Arimura (71) had led from the first round and had a one-shot advantage entering Sunday.

World No. 1 Yani Tseng of Taiwan (67) jumped into contention with five birdies on the front nine, but couldn't keep up that pace and finished third at 10-under 278.

South Korea's Sun Young Yoo finished fourth, followed by American Morgan Pressel and Na Yeon Choi of South Korea. Michelle Wie (75) finished at 8-over 296.

Nationwide Tour

At Panama City, Mathew Goggin won the season-opening Panama Championship, shooting a 2-under 68 for a two-stroke victory over Alistair Presnell and Darron Stiles.

The 36-year-old Goggin, a two-time winner on the developmental tour in 1999, had an 11-under 269 total at the Golf Club of Panama. He earned $99,000.

Erik Compton, the two-time heart transplant recipient who had the lead midway through the final round, shot a 75 to tie for fourth with Tommy Biershenk (68) at 8 under.