Woodland triumphs in Phoenix Open playoff

Watch a PGA Tour crowd go berserk after a long Phil Mickelson putt

Watch a PGA Tour crowd go berserk after a long Phil Mickelson putt

Reavie closed with a five-under 66 on Sunday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open to force a playoff at 18-under overall, but he finished runner-up after falling to Gary Woodland on the first extra hole.

Now 10th in driving distance this season (313.9 yards), Woodland has always been one of the PGA TOUR's heavier hitters, but pal Matt Kuchar noticed he had taken it to another level when the two played a nine-hole practice round together the Tuesday before the WMPO.

Woodland shot a 7-under-par 64 in the final round to take the clubhouse lead at 18-under 266 three holes ahead of the final group. Reavie carded a five-under 66 on Sunday.

Ollie Schniederjans shot a 6-under 65 on Sunday to climb 15 spots and finish in a tie for third with Brendan Steele at 269.

Elsewhere, it was a great week for Phil Mickelson who finished in a tie for 5th despite a double-bogey on 18.

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"I played pretty solid and it wasn't easy because it was windy", said the 21-year-old.

After tapping in to win it, Woodland pointed to the sky, then did his CBS interview with son Jaxon in his arms. "It obviously was a long year for us, but I'm very happy to be holding him and to be where I'm at today".

Fowler shot a 4-under 67 on Saturday to reach 14-under 199 with a round left at TPC Scottsdale's Stadium Course, the fan-friendly layout packed with an estimated 216,818 fans on an 80-degree afternoon. But Sharma made four birdies in a row from the fourth to get within two of the lead and then holed a long putt on the ninth to turn in 31 and cut the gap to one.

"Other than that, I feel like it was a solid day, kept moving in the right direction and nice to step up and make a good swing on 18 to give ourselves another look at the last".

Woodland, 33, won his first tournament at the age of 26, his second at 28. "Fortunately I got hurt my rookie year in 2009 and I missed a year, which really allowed me to kind of adjust and adapt to being out here". "I just really had four bad holes that probably ended up costing me the tournament".

Reavie did have his chance but couldn't have done much more, and in the end played his part in a brilliant event. "I hit the ball really well, I made a lot of putts". He struggled to a 74 but earned a top-10 finish.

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