But that is not true, according to Huston.
"I've won a thousand tournaments a thousand different ways," he said, then added, "This is just the first one I've won when I was awake."
This time it wasn't in one of his dreams. This time he really did shoot a 71 Sunday for a two-shot victory over Mark Calcavecchia.
Huston, 28, now in his third season on the PGA Tour, won this one with a six-under-par 282 total.
Calcavecchia ended up with another second-place finish. It was his second in as many weeks and his third of the season.
Maggie Will shot a three-over-par 75 on an unyielding, wind-whipped course, yet overtook a bogey-riddled Patti Rizzo to capture the Desert Inn LPGA International at Las Vegas by one stroke.
Will, a second-year pro from Whiteville, N.C., finished with a 54-hole total of two-under 214 for her first tour triumph. Rizzo, who led after the two rounds, shot 79, falling into a tie for second at 215 with Ayako Okamoto and Val Skinner, who shot 73 and 74.