Published: Wed, October 09, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

How much each golfer won at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

How much each golfer won at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open

Right when he looked to be out of chances, Na saved himself with a 25-foot par putt on the 17th, a 10-foot birdie to extend the playoff, and he won the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open when Patrick Cantlay made the worst mistake - the last one.

Cantlay - victor of this tournament two years ago and runner-up last time around - then missed a five-foot putt, but Na made no mistake to make par and win the tournament for a second time.

Na's cushion evaporated thanks to a triple-bogey at the 10th hole and a bogey at the par-five 16th after he hit his second shot into a pond.

Both players birdied the 12th, 13th and 15th before Cantlay took a one-shot lead with a birdie at 16, where Na was in the water on the way to a bogey.

"I've been in this situation before where I lost the lead and I failed many times", said Na, who closed with a 1-under 70.

But he delivered a 25-foot par putt on the 17th hole to tie for the lead after Cantlay went into the water, and he matched Cantlay's birdie putt on the 18th on the first extra hole. Only Brooks Koepka (four) has more wins in that span.

"I've still got to keep the pedal to the metal", Na said of the task awaiting on Sunday.

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Kevin Na used a record-setting week on the greens to win the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open. He joined Jim Furyk as the only multiple winners in Las Vegas.

Despite a bogey at 10, Cantlay pulled within one stroke heading to the 11th.

His 22-under total of 191 was a 54-hole record for the tournament, a home fixture for the South Korean-born American who won the first of his three PGA Tour titles in this event in 2011.

They finished at 23-under 261.

Though Na started Sunday two strokes ahead of the pack, Cantlay almost stole the win out from under him on the back nine.

Adam Hadwin (66), also of Abbotsford, was 9 under, Roger Sloan (66) of Merritt, B.C., was 3 under, Mackenzie Hughes (71) of Dundas, Ont., was 1 under and Graham DeLaet (72) of Weyburn, Sask., playing in his first tournament in nearly two years due to a back injury, was 5 over. Na poured his in, walking toward the hole before the ball dropped. Pat Perez started the day in third, and also shot just three-under on Sunday.

Cantlay eagled the par-4 15th, driving the green and holing a 45-footer, in a 64. Playing in the same group, Hadwin and DeChambeau shot matching 63s, the low rounds of the day, and jumped from 21st into a tie for fourth.

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