Cameron Smith continued to pave the way for Australian golf as he won his fourth PGA Tour title at the Sentry Tournament of Champions.
He carded a fantastic final-round score of 65 to finish on 34-under-par, which beats Ernie Els' record which he also set at Kapalua on 31-under-par.
The 28-year-old finished one shot clear of Jon Rahm, who kept his World No.1 spot after Open champion Collin Morikawa finished tied fifth.
Smith broke an 11-year winning streak of American golfers at the Sentry Tournament of Champions. He also won the Sony Open in Hawaii in 2020.
Compatriot Matt Jones carded a superb score of 12-under-par on Sunday to finish in outright third place on 32-under-par. FedEx Cup champion Patrick Cantlay finished a further shot back in fourth place.
Smith opened his 2022 PGA Tour season in the perfect way and in doing so, he picked up the top prize of $1,476,000.
Win: Cameron Smith - $1,476,000
2: Jon Rahm - $810,000
3: Matt Jones - $515,000
4: Patrick Cantlay - $367,500
5: Daniel Berger - $335,000
T-6: Justin Thomas - $261,500
T-6: Collin Morikawa - $261,500
T-8: Kevin Kisner - $217,500
T-8: Sungjae Im - $217,500
T-10: Cam Davis - $188,000
T-10: Marc Leishman - $188,000
12: Xander Schauffele - $170,000
T-13: Kevin Na - $155,000
T-13: Hideki Matsuyama - $155,000
T-15: Seamus Power - $132,500
T-15: Talor Gooch - $132,500
T-15: Patrick Reed - $132,500
T-15: Max Homa - $132,500
T-19: Tony Finau - $123,000
T-21: Jordan Spieth - $119,000
T-21: Stewart Cink - $119,000
T-23: Billy Horschel - $115,500
T-23: Si Woo Kim - $115,500
T-25: Erik van Rooyen - $113,000
T-25: Garrick Higgo - $113,000
T-25: Bryson DeChambeau - $113,000
T-28: Brooks Koepka - $110,500
T-28: Joel Dahmen - $110,500
T-30: Viktor Hovland - $108,000
T-30: Phil Mickelson - $108,000
T-30: Harris English - $108,000
T-33: Branden Grace - $105,500
T-33: K.H. Lee - $105,500
T-35: Lucas Glover - $103,500
T-35: Abraham Ancer - $103,500
37: Lucas Herbert - $102,000
38: Jason Kokrak - $101,000