Tiger Woods sinks 14-foot putt at PGA Memorial Tournament

Tiger Woods sinks 14-foot putt at PGA Memorial Tournament

Tiger Woods sinks 14-foot putt at PGA Memorial Tournament

Stanley, who was playing in the final group with DeChambeau and came to the last hole tied with him, had made a bogey after his tee shot hit a tree right of the fairway and richocheted across the fairway into deep rough, forcing him to lay up short of the green.

Three-putt bogeys at 16 and 18 quelled his momentum and Woods was left to wonder what could have been.

Meanwhile, Woods was first in the field in strokes gained, tee to green; first in strokes gained, approach to the green; and first in proximity to the hole, with an average of 23 feet, 8 inches. 14 and 18, but his unique brand of cerebral golf delivered when it mattered, with a downhill 11-footer at the second playoff hole to defeat Byeong Hun An and claim his second PGA Tour title.

Kyle Stanley also was in the playoff and was eliminated with a bogey on the first extra hole.

Tiger Woods feels his game is in "good shape" heading into the US Open, although admitted he will need to improve his putting to contend at Shinnecock Hills. Cantlay narrowly missed a 25-foot birdie putt on the final hole, shot 71 and finished fourth.

What a putt. What a reaction.

But DeChambeau made his birdie putt to ice the win.

"I know I shot 68 today, but again, that's probably the highest score I could have possibly shot, " Woods said. If I just keep building on this, with how I'm hitting it right now, I'm in good shape for two weeks from now. Even though I missed [some] little 3-footers, I still think I'm rolling it really well and have a great chance for tomorrow.

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Since his closing 64 at the Masters, Spieth has finished at least 12 shots behind the victor in his three tournaments and missed the cut in his final event before heading to Shinnecock Hills for the U.S. Open.

He finished with a 4-under-par 68, but much like Friday when he shot 67, he walked off disappointed rather than exuberant.

DeChambeau, who began the day with a one-stroke lead at the Memorial, didn't have his best finish, with untimely bogeys at Nos. "Had total control of what I was doing out there and just didn't finish it off".

"I hit the ball well enough to where shooting in the 60s could have been pretty easy if I had just putted normally". "I played really, really well". He would make a bogey 5.

That didn't last long.

South Korean An, who had birdied two of the last four holes for a 69 to complete four sub-70 rounds, joined the Americans in the sudden death play-off.

DeChambeau failed to take advantage, however, three-putting from 55 feet to fall into the three-way playoff. An hit a remarkable flop shot to within a few feet, meaning he would nearly certainly make par.

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