Shell Houston Open 2014, PGA Tour, Photos

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Australia's Matt Jones earned his first PGA Tour win in dramatic fashion, holing a 42-yard chip shot to defeat Matt Kuchar on the first playoff hole and secure the final spot at next week's Masters Tournament.
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Jones sunk a long putt on No. 18 during regulation to put the pressure on Kuchar, cutting his lead to just one stroke as he approached the final hole.
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Jones' chip shot from the greenside rough during the playoff on No. 18.
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The victory makes Jones the fourth Australian to win on the PGA Tour this season. He joins Jason Day (Match Play Championship), John Senden (Valspar Championship) and Steven Bowditch (Valero Texas Open).
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Jones celebrates with his caddie Scott McGuiness.
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54-hole leader Kuchar looked poised to cruise to victory as he carried a two-shot lead into No. 17.
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Kuchar pulled his approach on No. 18 into the water and had to get up and down to save bogey to force a playoff.
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It was the second final round disappointment in as many weeks for Kuchar. He shot a 75 in the final pair of last week's Texas Open en route to finishing fourth.
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Sergio Garcia fired a 2-under 70 to move to 13-under for the tournament, alone in third two shots back of the leaders.
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Shawn Stefani shot a 3-under 69 on Sunday to move to 10-under, good enough for fifth place. With the top 10 finish (in his final start on a minor medical extension after a neck injury in 2013, no less) Stefani retained his Tour card and earned $256,000.
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Phil Mickelson hits his ball out of the bunker on 17th hole during the third round of the Shell Houston Open on Saturday.
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Sergio Garcia and Matt Kuchar watch a tee shot on the 10th hole during the third round of the Shell Houston Open on Saturday.
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Rory McIlroy stands with his caddy J.P. Fitzgerald on the 12th hole fairway during round three of the Shell Houston Open.
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Phil Mickelson looks on from the 18th hole during the third round of the Shell Houston Open on Saturday.
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Matt Kuchar lines up a birdie put on the green of the 8th hole during the third round of the Shell Houston Open on Saturday.
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Sergio Garcia hits his approach on the fourth hole during the second round of the Shell Houston Open. He shot 65, tied with Jimmy Walker for low round of the day, and leads the field at -12, one shot ahead of Matt Kuchar.
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FedexCup points leader Jimmy Walker hits his tee shot on the ninth hole. He tied Sergio Garcia for low round of the day with 65. He's -8, four shots behind Sergio.
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Steve Stricker follows through on his approach at the fourth hole. He shot 69 and was -7 headed to the weekend, five shots behind Sergio Garcia.
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Matt Kuchar hits his tee shot on the ninth hole in the second round. He made his lone bogey of the day on the 18th hole on the way to a 67. He was alone in second at -11.
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Phil Mickelson rips a shot from the fairway on the eighth hole during his second-round 70. Phil finished -6, six shots back of Sergio Garcia.
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Phil Mickelson and Jim Mackay discuss a shot in the second round.
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Keegan Bradley escapes from a bunker on the eighth hole on the way to a second-round 77. He shot 66 in the opening round, but fell to -1 after the second, 11 shots back of Sergio Garcia.
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Rory McIlroy hits his tee shot on the third hole. He shot 71 and was -3, nine shots back of the lead.
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Sergio Garcia blasts out of a bunker on the fourth hole. He birdied the hole, one of his five birdies in the round.
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Sergio Garcia watches his tee shot on the fifth hole in the second round. He birdied the hole, his third consecutive birdie on the front nine.
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Rory McIlroy opened the Shell Houston Open with a two-under 70.
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McIlroy, like many players in the tournament, has one eye on next week's Masters.
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McIlroy was five behind the leaders at the end of the round.
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He played alongside Luke Donald on Thursday.
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Keegan Bradley was tied for the lead early after shooting a six-under 66 in the morning.
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Bradley is trying to end a long winning drought.
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Phil Mickelson showed no signs of injury trouble as he opened with a 68 on Thursday.
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Mickelson withdrew from his last event due to back pain.
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Ernie Els also had a 68.
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Matt Kuchar matched Bradley's 66 early.
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Ryo Ishikawa shot a 69.
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Jordan Spieth opened with a two-under 70.
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Louis Oosthuizen shot an even-par 72 but was T97 by the end of the day.
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J.B. Holmes was one of five players stuck one back of the lead at six under.
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Webb Simpson was two back after a 68.