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and Kyle Stanley won Quicken Loans National in the Playoff.
POTOMAC, Md. -- Kyle Stanley was in tears aboard the 18th Green after punching a 5-foot partial putt hole to gain the Quicken Loans National in a playoff over Charles Howell III." Yes, I mean, it's no fun," Stanley said, and wiped away those weeping. "Stanley took the early lead with a bird-ie on 5-10 for the first 10 th minute on a single match today where a good ten or so people had a chance of winning, when the leading team behind him began to falter.
Never had the leadership alone until the trophies belonged to him. Both Stanley and Howell started the match with four strokes at the top and played together in the penultimate group. Now Stanley came into the mixture with birdie on the fifth, the sixth and the eighth hole, none of the puts longer than 10ft.
But Howell briefly advanced with a 27-foot for Adler on the brief par-414, only for Stanley to compare it to a two-putt birdy. It was Howell who had a 21-foot putting to gain the last holes of adjustment that would roll over the top right of the cups. In the play-off, when they were back on par-4 18, both players failed to make their tee-offs to the right, and Stanley was fortunate enough to pull a good one.
Neither of them left the park. Howell's crisp was too brief, and he failed the 11-foot-Par Putt. And then Stanley split five footsteps and blew his punch as the puttingtons fell. Just this weekend, he had his best year since the 2012 campaigns, with four top 10 placings and three missing wins in 19 races.
It had been a staid proposition for three whole era, with a lustreless box, small arteries, and constant, sometimes blunt, gulf of David Lingmerth, who passed after each of the first three ammunition. An emerging assault saturated TPC Potomac momentarily and fatally the odds of Sung Kang, who didn't put away any raingequipment and failed to make a 4-foot bird-ie putting in the middle of the rainstorm just before the game was interrupted for five-minute.
But Fowler mourned the one pit that escaped - the simple Fourteenth, on which his propulsion found the waters and he made twinogey. Howell, who had not been playing for more than two month due to a rip wound, took his place 16 as runner-up.
"Howell said I was extremly rusted this week." He ended his odds when he put his drives on the penalty par-4 in danger and made a doubles boyy on 11. After blowing a three-shot leading blow a memorial day a fortnight ago, Daniel Summerhays took the 2 ball leading position with a birdy, but returned to 4 with a doubleroge.
before he prepares for Royal Birkdale. "Felt just good to bring in the work and see the reward.