Darren Andrew Points won the Shell Houston Open at Redstone Golf Club on Sunday. Darren Andrew Points / Getty Images D.A. Points won the Shell Houston Open with a thirteen foot par saving putt on the 18th hole at Redstone, to capture his second career victory with a tournament total of -16 under par. His final round was a solid -6 under par 66, the same score as Henrik Stenson and Billy Horschel, who both tied for second place at -15 under par. Darren, who is now going to the Masters at Augusta said he never counted himself out; "I never count myself out, I never just chalk it up like, `Oh, this year is over with.' I've never felt like that. I was just grinding, just trying to wait and try to find that one thing that like, `Boom! There it is.' And there I go. Fortunately, it was this week and I capitalized on it. I've been having a really tough year, to have a putt to win, you want that starting out every week. I would have liked for it to have been closer. I never not think it's on my radar, I want to win. I want to win more than once. I want to have the opportunity to win majors. I want to play in Ryder Cups and Presidents Cup. These are things I want to do, and I know I'm capable of doing." Henrik is also going to Augusta; " I said to my caddie walking up 18, no matter what, we're playing for a green jacket in a couple of weeks, that will be nice." Rory McIlroy, the world's No. 2 player finished his week at the Shell Houston Open by making a 25-foot birdie putt for a 70 and a tie for 45th place. A long way from where he wanted to be, and not a good omen for Augusta National. Rory will now play the Valero Texas Open next week before heading to the Masters.