Monday, August 27, 2012

All the drama that the FedEx Cup advertised was on wonderful display Sunday ... but not at Bethpage Black.
We're talking about the Canadian Tour Championship at Scarboro Golf and Country Club outside Toronto, where 21-year-old Eugene Wong absolutely, positively delivered on time.
Wong, who was playing in the final group on Sunday, trailed by one shot coming into the final hole. With all the loonies on the line, he knocked in a 133-yard 9-iron for eagle. That gave him a one-shot, walk-off win, according to CanTour.com.
"There's a funny story to that shot," said Wong, who played his college golf at Oregon. "My caddie and I were walking up the fairway, and he said 'it would be nice to hole it right now, wouldn't it?' I said 'Yeah, it would.'"
It certainly was. Yahoo's Jay Busbee tracked down footage of the shot via PGATour.com. Check it out below:

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