Jason Day finished the Justin Timberlake Shriners Hospitals for Children Open strongly as he secured his best result on the PGA Tour this season. The Australian ended up fourth after his six-under 65 on Sunday as Ryan Moore clinched his second PGA Tour title with a one-shot win on Sunday. Day holed a birdie on the par-five 16th to pull within three shots of Moore and Brendon De Jonge, but he finished with a double bogey on the last hole. Mathew Goggin also had a fine final round as his five-under 66 lifted him to a tie for 13th his best result on the PGA Tour this season. Nathan Green (six under, tied for 46th) and Rod Pampling (one over, tied for 68th) were the only other Australians to make the cut. Moore, in a three-way share of the lead heading into the final round, carded a five-under 66 to finish at 24 under at the TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas. Zimbabwe&aposs De Jonge was a shot adrift as Moore secured his first title since August 2009, when he won the Wyndham Championship. Moore started well but had to wait until his birdie on the 16th hole to take the lead, holding his nerve to see out the win. De Jonge finished with a four-under 67 but it was his playing partner who held on to win the US$4.5 million prize. Swede Jonas Blixt, who shared the lead with Moore and De Jonge after the third round, managed a one-under 70 to be at 20 under and outright third. He was two shots ahead of fast-finishing Day. A birdie on the par-five 16th saw Day pull to within three shots of Moore and De Jonge, but he finished with a double bogey on the last hole. American Bill Lunde was fifth on 15 under, ahead of countrymen Scott Piercy and Richard H Lee, who tied for sixth a further shot back. Piercy produced the best round on the final day, holing eight birdies and one bogey in his seven-under 64. Blake Adams and Jason Bohn tied for eighth, while Nick Watney, Jimmy Walker and Tim Herron shared 10th spot.