Jonathan Byrd began the sudden death playoff against Lucas Glover at the 2011 Wells Fargo Championship with a bunker drive on hole No. 18. Glover, once Byrd's Clemson teammate, countered with a stern shot down the middle of the Quail Hollow Club fairway.
Byrd's second shot was only slightly better, whistling over the fairway and landing inches from a small stream near the green. It was technically in the hazard, but thankfully for Byrd still on turf. Glover belted his onto the green and enjoyed a decent roll.
After Byrd chose to chip out of his disadvantage and wound up sending his ball well past the hole, his recovery putt finished a tap-in away from the hole, giving him a bogey on the hole. Glover had two putts to win, with the first coming up well short but the second finding the cup for par and the victory.