Tiger Woods sinks clutch birdie putt to force playoff at U.S. Open
Tiger Woods sank a 12-foot birdie putt at the end of play at the U.S. Open yesterday to force an 18-hole playoff with Rocco Mediate today. The two finished at 1-under-par 283 at Torrey Pines, making this year the first time since 2004 someone broke par in a U.S. Open. Speaking about Woods’ clutch play on No. 18, Mediate told reporters: “Unbelievable. I knew he’d make it.”
Meanwhile, David Dixon earned his first PGA European Tour title this weekend at the Saint-Omer Open. The Englishman carded a final-round 5-under 279 to defeat Christian Nilsson of Sweden by one stroke …
“It’s unbelievable really,” Dixon told reporters. “It’s everyone’s dream to win a European Tour event. It’s my first win, so it’s massive, an awesome feeling. I can’t really get my head around it. It’s going to take a while to sink in.”
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