Another lovely weekend of golf shots for some of our favorite golfers. And while you, me and Lee Westwood left the weekend without a PGA Tour win, we can all still appreciate the beauty of some fine shots. Well, some of us more than Lee, I'm guessing.
First off, we've got Tim Clark facing an eight-foot putt on 18 on Sunday that ultimately clinched The Players Championship title. Westwood and Robert Allenby were still a few holes behind, but a yip on this hole would have made for some nerve-wracking moments for Clark. But here's how it shook out:
Below, more of the best of the weekend.
Robert Allenby made his charge on Sunday, eagling the par-5 second:
On Saturday, Greg Chalmers holed this long uphill putt at Sawgrass's par-3 13th:
And on Friday, Martin Laird eagled his 200-yard approach to the par-4 fifth:
Congrats to all the weekend's good golfers. And you, too.