News Final Round at the 2011 Zurich Classic Wednesday, October 05, 2011 1 of 7 Patrick Semansky/AP Bubba Watson beat Webb Simpson on the second hole of sudden death for his second PGA Tour win of the year. 2 of 7 Fred Vuich/SI Including regulation play, Watson and Simpson played the 18th hole three times. Watson was able to salvage a par after driving under this tree in regulation, which forced the playoff. 3 of 7 Patrick Semansky/AP Watson matched Simpson with a 3-under 69 to finish at 15-under 273. 4 of 7 Hunter Martin/Getty Images Webb Simpson began the final round tied for the lead with Watson, and matched him with a 69 on Sunday. 5 of 7 Patrick Semansky/AP Simpson, winless on the PGA Tour, was left to wonder what might have been if not for an unusual one-stroke penalty on 15 when his ball moved as he was addressing it on the green. 6 of 7 Fred Vuich/SI Simpson didn't let the misfortune at 15 rattle him, as he made par on his next three holes, which was good enough to force a playoff. 7 of 7 Bill Haber/AP K.J. Choi was the only player to seriously challenge Simpson and Watson in the final round. He shot a 69 to finish at 13 under, two strokes out of the playoff. You May Like Gear FIRST LOOK: Srixon’s new Z-Forged irons Gear FIRST LOOK: Titleist’s Vokey SM7 Slate Blue wedge Gear FIRST LOOK: Ping G410 drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons News Lucas Glover disputes police report, excited for ‘closure’ Gear Wall-to-Wall Equipment: Tiger’s TaylorMade P7TW irons, Koepka’s new gear and more Travel Atlanta’s best golf courses: The top-ranked courses in Atlanta More News The best thing this week at Torrey Pines and more: Bamberger’s 7 best things in golf right now Tom Brady’s ridiculous comebacks happen on the golf course, too — just ask Keegan Bradley Lucas Glover disputes police report, excited for ‘closure’ Tour Confidential: Will Mickelson’s 2019 be better than Tiger’s?