D.A. Points knew the pressure was on.
When the rains came down in Houston and play was suspended in the final round, Points knew exactly where he stood.
He had a one-shot lead with two holes to play.
He knew that he could hang on for the Shell Houston Open championship if he could par the final two holes.
That's difficult enough for most golfers when play is continuous. But when you have to wait out a long rain delay for your second career championship, it's a huge burden.
Points got the job done, thanks to a clutch 13-foot par on the final hole of the tournament.
He was the big winner in Houston, but not the only one.
Here are this week's winners and losers from the Shell Houston Open.