Fred Couples performed his magic twice on the 18th hole on Sunday, the second earning him his 11th career victory on the Champions Tour.
After Couples and Billy Andrade made eagles on the 54th hole to get into a playoff, Couples ended the affair on the first extra hole when he hit his third shot to within a foot after laying up.
Moments earlier, Andrade’s second shot from the fairway flew into a sky box off the left side of 18. After taking a drop, he chipped to 30 feet and then watched his putt for birdie just slid by the left side of the hole.
Couples calmly stepped up and sank his birdie putt to clinch the win.
Couples had set a new course record in the final round with his bogey-free, nine-under 61, while Andrade matched his career low round on tour with a 62. Both finished regulation play at 15 under.
With his win, Couples wins for the 11th time on the Champions Tour and it marked the 35th time a player had played all 54 holes without a bogey on tour. Of those 35, 18 players have gone on to win the event, including Couples.
Fred Couples was 10-under-par on the par fives this week, including three eagles.
He also picked up 338 points in the Charles Schwab Cup race and moved into sixth place in the standings with 1,119 points.
Among Canadians, Rod Spittle finished in a tie for 47th at three under and Jim Rutledge was a shot back.
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