Davis missed the winning putt on every hole in the playoffs. The 26-year-old Australian pushed 6 feet and 18 feet left, 25 feet low, and 19 feet high. He misread the 12-foot putt break on the fifth hole of the playoffs and then won when Merritt bogeyed.
Davis tied Merritt (68) with a score of 67 and 5 under par. Joaquin Nieman (68) 18 shots at the Detroit Golf Club, 270 under par. Nieman swallowed a bogey on the first extra hole and withdrew from the playoffs. This was his first bogey this week.
Nieman had a chance to win it on the 72nd hole, but pushed it 17 feet higher.
Davis hit a 50-foot sandball for the Eagles on the par-5 on the 17th hole and birdied the par-4 on the 18th hole to be 18 under par.
Nieman followed closely with a two-shot range of 569 yards. He made two pushes from 14 feet away, leading by an 18-under-par score, but he was soon accompanied by someone.
Merritt entered the final group with Nieman, caught his fourth birdie in the five-hole game, and shared the lead. Davis joined them as an eagle bird.
The 22-year-old Nieman shared the second and third round lead and finished runner-up for the third time, including losing in the playoffs of the Sentinel Championship.
At the Travellers Championship last week, Harris English hit Kramer Hickok In the eight-hole playoffs, it tied the second-longest sudden death in PGA Tour history. Hickok stayed in Detroit to watch the playoffs with a score of 6 under.
Alex Nolen (64) Gained a lead at the age of 17. He got rid of the hot and humid environment, but planned to leave the comfortable clubhouse immediately when someone was ahead of him, and this happened to three contestants.Nolan tied for fourth Hank Lebioda (68).
Bubba Watson Early in the hot and humid afternoon, he soared on the leaderboard with a score of 64, making his score 16 under par.This briefly allowed him to share the lead, and he was tied for sixth place. Brandon leaves (68).