American Gary Woodland parred the first extra hole to beat compatriot Chez Reavie in a playoff between two journeymen at the Phoenix Open on Sunday.
After driving into a fairway bunker at the first playoff hole, the par-four 18th, Woodland blasted out to the front edge of the green, from where he needed only two putts to clinch his third PGA Tour victory after Reavie ran up a bogey.
Earlier, Woodland carded a closing 64 to set the pace at 18-under-par 266, a total matched by Reavie, who birdied the last in regulation for 66 at TPC Scottsdale.
Overnight leader Rickie Fowler faded with a 73 to tie for 11th, while Shane Lowry closed with a 71 that left the Offaly man on two-over for his tournament.
How it unfolded:@GaryWoodland holds off Chez Reavie in a sudden-death playoff to win the Waste Management Phoenix Open. pic.twitter.com/mcRu03Wzjy— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 4, 2018