Kevin Na beats Patrick Cantlay to play-off victory in Las Vegas

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Kevin Na produced a display in his way in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open to play-off success.
The leader created a PGA Tour record of 558 ft of putts submitting a one-under 70 on the final day to combine Patrick Cantlay.
Both players birdied the first extra hole, in front of a diploma at the hole was sufficient for Na to secure his PGA Tour name and see him join Jim Furyk since this events only winner.
Beginning two strokes back, Cantlay holed a but missed from 5 feet to save par in the next, as Na followed an eight-foot birdie in the sixth by nailing a.
Na bogeyed the eighth but got up and down in the sand to match Cantlays birdie in the par-five ninth and reach the flip three forward, just to hit a wayward drive plus a bad chip in the second on his way to a three-putt triple-bogey at the tenth.
Cantlay started his back nine with a bogey but emptied a 20-footer at the 12th to match the birdie of Na together with the pair.
After finding water with his approach prior to a two-shot swing at the following saw Na make The two players use the driveable par-four 15th to register another birdie.
Cantlay edged forward with a two-putt birdie from 40 ft but bogeyed the next after finding water off the teeas Na splashed from this sand and holed his par putt to leave the set.
The pair posted pars in the 18th to choose the competition to a play-off, at which Na walked in a 10-footer to match Cantlays birdie at the first additional hole and then capitalised on a three-putt bogey out of Cantlay at the second to pit a four-footer for a winning par.
Pat Perez finished with Webb Simpson one of three players putting seventh place after signing his bogey-free 68 off with a birdie on 21 under ahead of Adam Hadwin and Bryson DeChambeau, that submitted 63s in third place.

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