A seven-under final round saw Marc Leishman finish tied for fourth at Fortinet Championship and claim his third top-five finish of 2021.
The 37-year-old shot a round of 65 to finish 15 under for the tournament. In the first three days of the Fortinet Championship he checked into the clubhouse with rounds of 69, 71 and 68 on his scorecard.
Leishman hit 15 of 18 greens in regulation during his final round at California's Silverado Resort and Spa's north course.
He also had no misses on putts within 10 feet of the pin to head into the clubhouse after his final round second. He would later drop to fourth as American Max Homa stormed to victory at 19 under.
American Maverick McNealy finished one shot behind Homa at 18 under in third while Chilean Mito Pereira claimed third place, three shots back.
Leishman, who shared fourth with American Talor Gooch, fired eight birdies and one bogey to finish his final round of the tournament.
He shot five, seven and four birdies in the opening three rounds but also had four bogeys and two double bogeys in his first 54 holes of the tournament.
Leishman's other top-five finishes were at the Sony Open (tied fourth) in January, the Masters (tied fifth) in April and the Travelers Championship (third) in June.
He also won at the Zurich Classic playing alongside fellow Australian Cam Smith.
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