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Posts Tagged ‘Jason Duffner.’

25-foot putt gives Ohio native Dufner PGA Tour win at Byron Nelson Championship

 

Jason Dufner (courtesy of PGA Tour)

Jason Dufner made a 25-foot birdie putt on the file hole Sunday for a one-shot win at the Byron Nelson Championship. This is the second win in four weeks for 35-year-old from Cleveland, Ohio.

Dufner’s first PGA Tour win at New Orleans was on April 29, then he took a week off to get married.

The winning putt closed out a 3-under-par 67 for an 11-under-par 269 total, one ahead of Dicky Pride in the Irving, Texas tournament.

Pride, whose only PGA Tour win in a 20-year pro career came in 1994, was at 10 under with a par-saving 22-foot putt at #18 after hitting his drive into the water.

 

Info compiled from PGA Tour, Radio & TV news

Bubba Watson wins Zurich Classic; second win of 2011

Bubba Watson at 2007 AT&T National Tournament (photo by Carl Lindberg via wikipedia commons)

Bubba Watson won his second PGA Tour tournament of the year and third overall, when he holed a 3-foot birdie putt on the second hole of a playoff with Webb Simpson in Avondale, Louisiana at the Zurich Classic.

Watson first shot on the second hole of the playoff when 329-yard drive and narrowly stayed out of the water; his second shot went 210 yards on the green of the 568-yard, par 5 18th hole. When Simpson missed his birdie putt, Watson holed out for the win.

Watson matched Simpson with a 3-under-par 69 to finish at 15-under-par 273. Watson earned $1.15 million and jumped from #16 to #10 in the world rankings.

K.J. Choi shot a 69 to tie for third at 13 under with Jason Duffner (66) and Tommy Gainey (69).

 

Info courtesy of PGA Tour