Stanford's Brandon Wu flirted with a historic final round score, and ultimately fired a 64 on the final day of action to secure the 59th Porter Cup at Niagara Falls Country Club.
Wu, who had six birdies on the afternoon, was a stroke away from tying Phil Mickelson's historic round of 63, which he shot when he won the tournament in 1990.
Stanford's Brandon Wu shots 6 under 64 to win @PorterCup by 3, Final round record for a winner was 63 by Phil Mickelson.
— Mark Gaughan (@gggaughan) July 22, 2017
Heading into the day Wu was tied for first along with Pittsford's Gavin Hall, Georgia's Christopher Petefish and Australia's Travis Smyth.
Petefish, who finished second, shot a final round of 67 to finish 3-under on the day and 8-under for the tournament.
Hall carded a 68 and Smyth a 70 as they placed third and fourth respectively.