GREENSBORO - Colombia’s Camilo Villegas fired a seven-under par 63 on Sunday to win the Wyndham Championship and end a four-year US PGA Tour title drought. Villegas posted his second seven-under round of the week for a 17-under par total of 263. He finished one stroke in front of Sweden’s Freddie Jacobson and Bill Haas. Haas grabbed his share of second with a six-under 64 while Jacobson closed with a 66 for 264. Villegas, who had held the first-round lead after a 63, had fallen back after the second and third rounds and teed of almost an hour before the leaders. He endured a nervous wait to see if any of those chasing him could at least force a playoff. Heath Slocum lost a share of the lead with a bogey at 17, then bogeyed 18 to complete a 67 that left him alone in fourth on 265.–AFP