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Watch Zach Johnson Hole Out On No. 18, Flip Club, Chest-Bump Caddy
Zach Johnson beat Tiger Woods on the first sudden death playoff hole, sinking an amazing approach shot on 18 to force the playoff and then take the World Challenge. Even better than Woods’ reaction to the shot (see below) was Johnson’s club flip, al la Manny Ramirez. Here’s a good look at it.
Zach Johnson holes out on No. 18 – https://t.co/IeixJQ9Ysx
— Eye on Golf (@EyeOnGolf) December 8, 2013
— CJ Fogler (@cjzero) December 8, 2013
Woods led by four strokes after the 10th hole, but Johnson caught and passed him him on the final 9, beating Woods by five.
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