How To Win In Dramatic Fashion!
By mustang6560 on 5/7/12
If you could choose the way in which you won your first professional golf tournament (or club championship or skins game), how would you do it?
How about a hole out from the greenside bunker on the 18th green for birdie?
That's exactly how Nationwide Tour rookie Hudson Swafford did it Sunday at the Stadion Classic at UGA. Hudson, who is a University of Georgia alum, fired a 9-under 62 in the final round Sunday en route to his first professional victory. The birdie on the 72nd hole proved to be the difference as he defeated Luke List and two-time U.S. Open champion Lee Janzen by one stroke. The only thing that would have made his victory sweeter was if he was in the final group when he holed out from the bunker.
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Runaway win by ten or more strokes. Strut down the 18th fairway.
I like the beef's answer. I am not the coolest customer under pressure and performing any athletic task on the 18th hole with a win on the line probably would be too much for me. I'd most likely forget to breathe, pass out and ultimately lose on a DQ for failing to hole out after they carted me away in an ambulance.
WHAT BEEF SAID.
was that on the fly?
3 putts to win from 15 ft.
this video made my left ear lonely
Hole-in-one double eagle on a drivable par4 18th.
Kurt the Knife says:
riding an alpaca
I won my last club championship starting final round 5 down.
All square by the 9th and playing the last hole even. Won with a 5' birdie putt. Was a great finish for me, still felt bad for the guy that had the 5 shot lead into the last day. That's golf...
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