Day misses out in sudden-death playoff

Day misses out in sudden-death playoff

Day misses out in sudden-death playoff

Coming off four consecutive missed cuts and ranked 113th in Strokes Gained: Putting, Billy Horschel figured it was time for a putter change at THE PLAYERS Championship.

Garcia beat Brook Koepka in a playoff a year ago to become the first two-time Nelson victor since Irving became the tournament's home in 1983. "There's a lot on the line but I feel like when I'm on the golf course there's a different animal that comes out and I get very competitive". But he still shot a final-round 1-over 71 to miss the playoff by one shot. "There are some big names that are behind me so I wouldn't be surprised if someone jumps out going, four or five under in the first seven holes or so and to have to play catch-up".

Instead, the playoff wrapped up the Nelson's 35th and final tournament in Irving.

Kokrak fired a stunning 62, just two shots more than the course record, to move five clear in the lead on 12 under at the halfway point at TPC Four Seasons. Hahn couldn't quite hold on despite nearly holing out a magnificent shot on the 72nd hole and missed a playoff with Horschel and Day who finished tied at 12-under.

In the playoff, Horschel and Day each found the 18th green in two, setting up putts to potentially win. To have won as many majors on this tour as he has is outstanding, obviously, and a thrill for me. He was there after two awful shots, a tee shot way right and the approach that set up an awkward stance.

Hahn, down by two strokes with just the final hole to go, took dead aim with a wedge and almost pulled off the unthinkable.

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"Then I birdied six and I got nervous again".

But a birdie for Horschel tied things up and the two went to extra time.

American Horschel shot a final-round one-under 69 in tough conditions to finish the tournament at 12 under on Sunday.

While his 18-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole Sunday stopped just short, Horschel won with a par when Jason Day pulled his 4-foot par putt left and past the hole. I said you know what, this is just the challenge now.

"I don't want to win like that", he told CBS analyst Peter Kostis after the tournament. "It went exactly where I wanted to hit it".

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But Horschel won his first tournament since 2014 after Day, 29, missed a four-foot putt for par on the 18th.

From 122 yards out, Hahn's approach landed past the hole, spun back and lipped out.

The Australian was edged in a play-off by Billy Horschel on Sunday, the result marking just his second top-10 finish of the year.

Fred Funk shot a 2-under 70 to hold onto the third-round lead at the Regions Tradition. He finished at 20-under 268 for a five-stroke victory over Scott McCarron and Scott Parel.

Funk shot a 72 to tie for fourth with Marco Dawson (66).

Quiros shot 1-under-par 70 and is at 16-under 197 through 54 holes.

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