Found January 20, 2013 on Fox Sports:
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Brian Gay was the last man standing at the Humana Challenge on Sunday, shooting a final-round 63 to get into a three-man playoff and then winning with birdie on the second playoff hole. Here are Five Things to take away from Sunday's dramatic round that saw Scott Stallings lose a five-shot lead: 1. Call it a comeback Brian Gay missed a 3-1/2-foot birdie putt on the final hole of regulation at the Humana Challenge. He earned a second chance, though, after 54-hole leader Scott Stallings made bogey on the final hole, allowing Gay, David Lingmerth and Charles Howell to get into a playoff. They tied at 25-under-par 263. Lingmerth shot a final-round 62, while Howell fired 64 Sunday. This is Gay's fourth career PGA Tour victory and first since the 2009 St. Jude Classic. 2. Frustrating finish This seemed like Scott Stallings' tournament to win after he started the final round with a five-shot lead. He was tied for the lead when he arrived at the 10th tee, though. Short ...
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