Luke Donald missed this putt on No. 18 that would've left him tied with Scott Verplank at the EDS Byron Nelson Championship. He finished at 12 under par in second place.
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Scott Verplank missed his putt for birdie on No. 18, but went on to make his next putt for par and the win over Luke Donald. "I've never been that light-headed and nervous and shaky over a putt in my life," he said.
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Phil Mickelson, in his first tournament with new instructor Butch Harmon, finished three strokes back from Verplank.
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Ian Poulter finished tied for third with Mickelson, Jerry Kelly and Rory Sabbatini.
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Vijay Singh, who had an eagle on the par-5 seventh hole, finished seven strokes off the lead.
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Japan's Ryuji Imada had his best finish of the season at 9th after shooting a final round 67.
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Verplank won a custom-designed motorcycle built by Orange County Choppers.
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Byron Nelson's wife, Peggy, was on hand for Verplank's victory. "Byron would be very, very happy for Scott. I am, too," Peggy said. "The friendship they had, it's great to see it culminate this way."
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