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Jason Dufner wins first PGA Tour title at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans
Avondale, Louisiana--TPC Louisiana
Jason Dufner clinched his first PGA Tour title, and netted U$ 1,152,000 first prize, with a nail-biting play-off victory over veteran South African Ernie Els at the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Dufner, previously a runner-up three times on the US circuit, sealed the long-awaited win in bright sunshine with a two-putt birdie on the second extra hole at the TPC Louisiana, the par-five 18th.
Els, also seeking his first PGA Tour victory since the 2010 Arnold Palmer Invitational, missed his long-range birdie attempt there from just off the left edge of the green.
“It was a tough day,” Dufner, 35, said in a greenside interview after finally triumphing on his 164th PGA Tour start. “Ernie put up a good number today and we were battling it. It was just tough trying to get this first win. It’s been tough for about six years out here now, so a little bit of a monkey off my back. I’m excited.”
The duo had finished the regulation 72 holes on 19-under (269), Els eagling the 7th on his way to a 5-under (67), and Dufner narrowly missing a 10-foot birdie putt at the last to close with a 70.
Britain’s Luke Donald fired a 67 to finish alone in third at 17-under and will regain the world number one spot from Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy when the official rankings are issued on Monday.
Canada’s Graham DeLaet (71) and American Ryan Palmer (69) tied for fourth at 16 under, a stroke in front of American world number seven Steve Stricker (70).
-19 J Dufner*, E Els
-17 L Donald
-16 R Palmer, G DeLaet
-15 S Stricker
-14 K Duke, C Tringale, J Rollins
-13 D Mathis, J Rose, R Fowler
* Dufner wins after play-off
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