Jordan Spieth gets up-and-down from bunker to win 2022 RBC Heritage in playoff with Patrick Cantlay

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Eleven players were within three shots of the lead down the stretch on Sunday, setting up for a thrilling finish along the South Carolina coast.

Jordan Spieth claimed the 2022 RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head after a one-hole playoff with Patrick Cantlay for the 13th win of his career.

Spieth was first in the clubhouse, posting a number at 13 under following an impressive Sunday 66 aided by two front-nine eagles. The 28-year-old Texan was one shot behind Lowry, who immediately made double bogey on the 14th to give up the lead to Spieth.

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Just minutes later, Sepp Straka rammed in a putt for birdie on the 17th to briefly tie Spieth before falling back to 12 under with a bogey on the last. Cantlay made a birdie of his own on the par-3 17th to tie Spieth and then missed a 12-footer for the win on 18, forcing a playoff at 13 under.

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