Brooks Koepka wins the LIV Golf Invitational Series in Jeddah after a play-off victory over Peter Uihlein.

Brooks Koepka wins for the first time since February 2021, becoming LIV Golf's final individual champion of the season; four-time major winner defeats Peter Uihlein in a play-off hole on the third hole in Jeddah; LIV campaign concludes in Miami with a team event later this month.

Brooks Koepka won his first LIV Golf title after defeating Smash teammate Peter Uihlein in a play-off in Jeddah in the season's final individual tournament.

Four-time major champion Koepka's birdie putt on the 18th hole helped him and Uihlein finish on 12 under par after 54 holes in Saudi Arabia.

That meant the pair would face off on the 18th until a winner was determined, and Koepka triumphed on the third extra hole after Uihlein found the sand and then the water in the fading light.

Individual winners in the Saudi-backed league's inaugural season include Charl Schwartzel, Branden Grace, Henrik Stenson, Dustin Johnson, Cam Smith, and Eugenio Chacarra.

The season concludes later this month in Miami with the Team Championship.

Koepka said after winning his first tournament since the PGA Tour's Waste Management Phoenix Open in February 2021: "The last two years have not been enjoyable; it has been a difficult journey. For a split second, I wondered if my career was over. I wasn't sure if I was going to play or not."

On Sunday, Sergio Garcia (11 under), Joaquin Niemann (11 under), and England's Paul Casey (10 under) were all vying for their first LIV victories, while Johnson (10 under) and Schwartzel (nine under) were vying for their second.

Niemann had the day's best round, a five-under 65 that was only matched by Austria's Bernd Wiesberger, but he finished one stroke behind Koepka and 36-hole leader Uihlein, who had third rounds of one under and even par, respectively.