Wyndham Clark tried to pull his hat over his eyes with both hands as he struggled to hold back tears on the 18th green at Quail Hollow Club after winning his first PGA Tour event at the Wells Fargo Championship.

The long, agonizing wait that included days on tour when he wanted to “break some clubs” were over.

It was time to celebrate.

“I’m a little choked up,” Clark said on the green. “It’s been a long five years [on tour] to get to this point. I thought I would have won one earlier, but it is well worth the wait.”

Clark shot 68 on Sunday for a four-shot victory over Xander Schauffele.

He finished the tournament at 19-under 265, the second-lowest score in relation to par in tournament history behind only three-time champion Rory McIlroy’s 21-under 267 in 2015 when par for the course was 72.

Schauffele had accuracy issues with his driver Sunday and shot 70, finishing at 15 under.

Tyrrell Hatton and Harry English finished tied for third at 12 under, one shot better than Tommy Fleetwood and Adam Scott. Defending champion Max Homa shot 70 on Sunday and tied for ninth at 9-under 275.