Hunter Mahan birdied the first playoff hole to win the Travelers Championship over Jay Williamson Sunday. "It was crazy out there. I played really well all day. And Jay was a fighter. He fought the whole day. A couple of times I thought I was going to build up a little bit of a lead and he just made some great shots, made some big putts. It was tough. I mean, it was so tough," he said.
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David Toms finished seven strokes off the lead at eight under par.
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Fred Funk shot a final-round 69 to finish 5th. "I was just treading water. I just couldn't get my putter to cooperate today. I hit a lot of good putts that couldn't go in," he said.
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Nick O'Hern finished at 11 under par. "I hit a lot of good shots today, a lot of good putts, but that's golf. A shame to 3-putt last but I figured well may as well give it a run and see if I can get close," he said.
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Justin Rose finished 8 strokes off the lead at 7 under par.
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Williamson missed another birdie putt on the first playoff hole to lose the tournament. "I just tried to hang in there. I didn't play great today. I didn't play as well as I played the last couple of days," he said.
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Williamson missed a birdie putt on No. 17.
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"Hunter played great. He was unflappable. He made one bad swing, and he deserved to win," Williamson said.
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Hunter Mahan made a birdie on 18 to force a playoff.
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Jerry Kelly shot a 70 in the final round to finish T15.
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