A season-best score of 64 was enough to land Merritt golfer Roger Sloan a cool payday at the RSM Classic on Sunday.

Sloan earned closed to $56,000 at the tournament in Sea Island, Georgia, where he finished tied for 23rd at eleven under par.

American Robert Streb was the winner, taking home a paycheck of just under $1.2-million.

Sloan, whose season earnings so far are at $156,339, managed to hit ten of fourteen fairways in the final round on Sunday, while hitting an impressive fifteen greens in regulation.

His putting played a key role in his success, missing no putts under ten feet.

The only bogey on the day came at the par-four eighteenth, while he managed to card an impressive seven birdies.

He shot a 67, 69, and 71 in rounds one through three respectively.

The finish moves him into 98th place on the FedEx Cup standings.

Fellow Canadian Corey Conners finished in a tie for tenth place, while another canuck, Mackenzie Hughes, failed to make the cut.