If you aren’t watching the Bob Hope, now would be a good time to tune in. A three man playoff is underway.
Jhonattan Vegas could have won the tournament with a par on the par-5 18th, but made bogey via a 3-putt.
Bill Haas and Gary Woodland round out the playoff.
Haas and Woodland are in the rough on #18, Vegas is in the fairway. The playoff will be played on holes 18-10-18 etc.
Vegas’ 2nd shot to the par-5 is way left. Next to the grandstands.
Woodland’s 2nd shot nearly hit the stick and went a little long through the green.
Haas had a sidehill lie from 250 out and barely cleared the water.
Woodland is looking the most favorable after all players have hit two shots.
Vegas hit an incredible shot which was nearly impossible to get close. He hit the hole and nearly made eagle.
Haas will make par.
Woodland’s chip was so-so. He could have chipped in for eagle or at least left a tap in birdie. It is no tap in.
Woodland makes the birdie putt. Vegas must make to extend the playoff.
Vegas barely makes his birdie putt to extend the playoff, which is now two players.
Hole #10 is next.
Oh no. Vegas hit driver into the water hazard on #10. Woodland then pulled 3-metal and put it in the fairway. He has a 7-iron to the green. Advantage Woodland.
Oh man. Woodland hit the right trap and is now looking at bogey. Vegas hit the green and has a chance to WIN with about a 15 footer.
VEGAS WINS by making an incredible par after finding the water hazard. He had about a 15 footer to win and drained it.
The nerves were causing him to be very shaky, but he came through.