It just wasn't Rory McIlroy's day Sunday at the Memorial Tournament.
The 34-year-old entered the final round tied for the lead at 6-under par with Si Woo Kim and David Lipsky as he looked to earn his 24th PGA Tour victory.
Instead, he had a bogey-filled 3-over 75 on Sunday and dropped all the way down into a tie for seventh.
However, it does mark his second-straight top-10 finish after he tied for seventh at the PGA Championship a few weeks ago as well.
And while things didn't go McIlroy's way on Sunday, they did for Viktor Hovland.
The 25-year-old was searching for his fourth PGA Tour win this week, and first since late 2021.
He had a close call at the PGA Championship, but ultimately finished just short of winner Brooks Koepka in a tie for second.
This time, however, Hovland came out firing on Sunday with a final-round 2-under par 70 at Muirfield Village Golf Club.
Hovland took the clubhouse lead at 7-under par as he waited for the later groups to finish.
In one of those groups was Denny McCarthy, who held the lead at 8-under par. However, a costly bogey at the par-4 18th sent the two to extra holes.
And after the 30-year-old failed to make his next par putt on the first playoff hole, Hovland tapped in his to secure the win.
With it, Hovland earned $3.6m from the designated PGA Tour event's lucrative purse, and a congratulatory handshake with 18-time major winner and tournament host Jack Nicklaus.
Hovland will have a week off before the US Open in Los Angeles, while McIlroy is set to make the trip up north for next week's RBC Canadian Open.
In addition to still seeking a 24th victory, McIlroy will also have the chance to pull off a three-peat in Toronto.