Greer, SC (Sports Network) - Mark Anderson finished a record-setting week with a 6-under 65 Sunday, and that gave him his first Web.com Tour title at the BMW Charity Pro-Am.
Anderson ended at 27-under-par 259. His total of 259 smashed the tournament's scoring record of 264. Charles Warren set that mark in 2002 before Michael Sim and Fabian Gomez matched that total in 2009.
The winner had also set the tournament's 54-hole scoring record with his total of 194.
Tom Hoge earned his best career finish on the Web.com Tour, as he closed with a 67 to take second at minus-22.
If those records weren't enough, Chesson Hadley fired an 8-under 27 on the front nine at the Thornblade Club on Sunday. However, he played the back nine in even-par for a final-round, 8-under 63. He shared third at 21-under 265.
Hadley was joined there by Michael Connell (65) and Franklin Corpening (70).
The final round was competed at the par-71 Thornblade Club after the first three rounds were spread over three courses. The Chanticleer Course at Greenville Country Club and the Reserve at Lake Keowee, both par-72s, were used for the first three rounds along with the Thornblade Club.
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