The win was Gove's third on the Nationwide Tour, but his first since 1999. He finished the tournament at 15-under-par 201, which was good for a three-shot victory.
This was the second event shortened by poor weather this season. The BMW Charity Pro-Am at the Cliffs was cut to 54 holes after inclement weather forced the cancellation of Saturday's third round.
Gove pocketed $450,000 for the win.
Esteban Toledo, Jamie Broce, Kris Cox and Tim Wilkinson shared second place at 12-under-par 204.
Bill Haas and David Morland IV tied for sixth at minus-10, followed by Jeff Freeman, who finished alone in eighth place at 9-under-par 207 at Shadow Hills Country Club.