Paul Tesori, Webb Simpson's caddy, describes their win at The Players Championship, and where it stacks up against Simpson's U.S. Open title. She was the one who had convinced him to display his broken old long putter alongside the replica of his U.S. Open trophy - a reminder that he could leave the memory of the anchored putting method behind.
Always confident but never overly so, Simpson did work through some jitters early on Sunday. The rest of the strongest field in golf was playing for second place in the event considered to be professional golf's "fifth major".
A large lead accommodates shaky play in a final round, but it also emboldens challengers to play aggressively. What are you going to do?
"There's been some tough moments along the way", said Simpson, whose father died in November.
It had been 106 starts since his last win.
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"It's pretty special that a year later, I got this victory", he said.
"There's so many people that are part of the puzzle. It's easy to do it on Thursday, but it's a lot harder to do on Sunday". "I had a good morning, and I was able to get it done". This week Pete Dye's creation was more playpen than torture chamber, playing to a scoring average two strokes lower than in 2017.
Schwartzel, Walker and Schauffele, last year's Rookie of the Year, each shot 67 in the final round, but they were nothing but an afterthought.
After 107 starts since his last victory almost four and half years ago, Simpson made it look easy at The Players, leading by such a big margin that a double bogey Sunday on the 18th hole meant nothing.
So did Jason Dufner, Jimmy Walker and New Zealand's Danny Lee. Woods made a soft bogey on the 14th hole when he missed the green with a sand wedge, and was well short of the island green in making double bogey on No 17. Lee was in the final pairing with Simpson and finished with an even-par round and a 12-under finish. Six players were tied for the lead at 6-under after Thursday's opening round, including five American players. He wound up tied for 11th at 11 under.
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Dethier wrote, "After his second shot ran over the back of the green and into a bunker, Simpson played a delicate shot that trickled just over a ridge in the middle of the green and clanked off the center of the flag and in for an eagle 3". No birdie at the par five 16th and then, forced to gamble recklessly, came that poor tee shot to the celebrated 17th.
He has been knocking on the door for some time, as has Lorenza-Vera, who last week finished runner-up with Romain Wattel in the GolfSixes at St Albans. That was a month before he was sidelined with three more back surgeries. "But I'm trying not to dwell there". "It's hard to stay motivated and keep doing what you're doing".
Woods took advantage of warm temperatures, soft greens and little wind by making birdies at three of the first four holes. However, he bogeyed the 14th and double-bogeyed the 17th after hitting his tee shot into the water for the first time since 2006. "It's weird; not to really mishit a shot today and only shoot 3-under par is just weird, because I played much better than that", Woods said.
Simpson also alluded to golf's unerring ability to make a hero of a player who was bang average the week before, or call forward an all-time great who looked to be heading for the trap door.
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