James Hahn was the play-off winner of the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow Club.
James and Trophy
James and Roberto Castro were tied at the top after 72 holes at the Wells Fargo Championship, both with -9 under par totals. James carded a -2 under 70 final round and Roberto -1 under 71, to reach the play-off, which was on the par four 18th, where Roberto unfortunately found water off the tee, leaving James to take the win with a par.
He was helped on the way by sinking 51-foot putt drop in for eagle on the par five 7th hole.
Justin Rose finished in third place at -8 under, following his last round -1 under 71.
Tied together in fourth place were Andrew Loupe, -1 under 71 today, and the considerable presence of Phil Mickelson with a marvelous final round of -6 under 66, Rory McIlroy, also -6 under 66, and Rickie Fowler, who could not get the job done after starting the day with the lead, he shot +2 over par 74.
Looks like Phil, and Rory have found something, coming right leading up to The Players, while Rickie still has some thinking to do to defend his title.
Rory has accepted he has to change his ways here;
“I’ve always felt that it was a golf course that handcuffed me a little bit. The things that give me an advantage over some of the field, you know, they don’t really give me an advantage here. ”
“So the first few years I was quite stubborn and still trying to take on a lot of things instead of accepting the fact that I’m going to have to play the course the way everyone else plays it.”
“If I’m going to beat them, I have to beat them with approach shots and good wedge play and putting.”
Phil & Rory /getty images
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