KAHUKU, Hawaii (AP) -- Hale Irwin became the first player to win a men's professional tour event five straight times Sunday, easily holding off Dana Quigley by five strokes in the Champions Tour's Turtle Bay Championship.
The 59-year-old Irwin closed with a 5-under 67 for a record 16-under 200 total.
Irwin pushed his tour-record victory total to 41.
The three-time U.S. Open champion had shared the mark of four straight victories in an event with Tiger Woods (Bay Hill Invitational, 2000-03), Gene Sarazen (Miami Open, 1926, 1928-30), Walter Hagen (PGA Championship, 1924-27) and Tom Morris Jr. (British Open, 1868-70, 1872).
With the trade wind kicking in, Irwin masterfully controlled the Turtle Bay Resort's balmy, oceanside Palmer Course, breaking his own tournament mark of 11-under 205 set in 2001. He earned $225,000.
The Hall of Famer, coming off a third-place tie last week in the season-opening MasterCard Championship on the Big Island, and has won eight official events in the islands dating to the PGA Tour's 1981 Hawaiian Open, earning nearly $3.9 million.
Irwin took away any suspense early, carding five birdies on the front nine to make the turn at 31 and take a commanding six-stroke lead, leaving the rest of the field fighting for second place.
Quigley, the MasterCard winner, shot a 69.