WATCH: Brian Harman makes outrageous putt to win Wells Fargo Championship
The lefty made the putt of his life to get the win in North Carolina
Eagle Point Golf Club provided quite the dramatic finishing hole at the Wells Fargo Championship this year. First, Dustin Johnson made a 15-footer to get to 9 under and set the clubhouse lead. Then Brian Harman one-upped him.
Harman made a 28-footer for birdie to win the tournament just moments after duffing a chip out of the rough. Harman went for the par-5 finishing hole in two and was rewarded for not laying up, even though he pushed his second shot over the green to the left.
The poor chip with his third shot set up one of the most dramatic putts of the 2016-17 PGA Tour season. And the reaction was even better.
Harman made birdie at the final two holes to get to 10 under and beat Pat Perez and Dustin Johnson by a single stroke.
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