VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Sean O'Hair won the RBC Canadian Open after tapping in for bogey on the first playoff hole on Sunday, and then watching fellow American Kris Blanks lip out his bogey putt from just over 5 feet.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Sean O'Hair won the RBC Canadian Open after tapping in for bogey on the first playoff hole on Sunday, and then watching fellow American Kris Blanks lip out his bogey putt from just over 5 feet.

It was the fourth PGA Tour win for O'Hair, but his first time in the top 15 during a season that had seen him miss 10 of 17 cuts coming into this event, and already fire a couple of Canadians — swing coach Sean Foley, who also now works with Tiger Woods, and caddy Brennan Little.

The 29-year-old O'Hair started the day three shots behind leader Bo Van Pelt before shooting 68 to get into the playoff with Blanks (70) at 4-under 276.

It was the second-highest winning total on the PGA Tour this season, and the first non-major without a bogey-free round since 2008. Only eight players finished under par on the tree-lined Shaugnessy Golf and Country Club, so it was perhaps fitting that the $5.2-million tournament was won with a bogey.

Playing the 472-yard, par-4 18th again, O'Hair and Blanks both drove it into the thick rough that many compared unfavorably to the U.S. Open and made the week so tough.

O'Hair's second shot came up short, but in the fairway, while Blanks ended up in a greenside bunker. He'd gotten up and down from the same spot on his final hole with a 10-foot putt to join the playoff, but couldn t keep it on the green the second time.

After O'Hair two-putted from 21 feet, Blanks chipped it past the hole and, putting on the same line as his last hole, lipped out his putt.

O'Hair's $936,000 winning share was almost triple his season earnings coming into the week, and vaulted him up 104 places in the FedEx Cup playoff standings to 43rd with five weeks left in the race.

Argentina's Andres Romero, 4-over through nine holes, made five birdies in his next seven, including a 15-foot putt for his third in a row on No. 16 to tie for the lead. But he missed a 22-foot par putt on No. 18 that would have put him in the playoffs after leaving his bunker shot well short, finishing with an even-par 70 in the final round and alone in third place at 277.

Senior British Open

At Walton on the Hill, England, Russ Cochran won the Senior British Open by two shots , holding off the challenge of fellow Americans Mark Calcavecchia and the fast-finishing Tom Watson to capture his first major title.

The 52-year-old Cochran claimed the winner's check of $310,000 after making six birdies in a 5-under 67 in his final round at Walton Heath, closing at 12 under.

The left-hander picked up all his shots in the first 10 holes, opening up a five-shot lead. He remained unruffled in the testing closing stretch despite a bogey on No. 14 that cut his advantage to two shots.

Calcavecchia, who shared the overnight lead with Cochran and David Frost, was the runner-up. Watson was tied for third at 9 under.

Evian Masters

At Evian-Les-Bains, France, Ai Miyazato won the Evian Masters, shooting a 2-under 70 to protect her two-shot lead and clinch her first title of the year.

Miyazato played with consistency throughout the tournament, dropping shots on just five of the 72 holes overall and finishing with a 15-under total of 273. Stacy Lewis of the United States also shot a 70 to finish two shots back in second, with a trio of players another stroke behind.

Miyazato had not won a title since the Safeway Classic last August, and the 26-year-old Japanese player now has seven LPGA titles overall. She won her first LPGA title at Evian in 2009, and added five more last year.

Miyazato raised both arms in the air after she sank her winning putt.

Nationwide Tour

At Columbus, Ohio, Harris English became the second amateur to win on the Nationwide Tour this year, rolling in a 10-foot birdie on the last hole for a 1-under 70 to capture the Nationwide Children's Hospital Invitational.

English, who just finished his senior year at Georgia, joined fellow Bulldog Russell Henley as Nationwide Tour winners this year.