2011 Wells Fargo Championship Final Leaderboard: Lucas Glover Wins Sudden Death Playoff

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.

You can view the full leaderboard here. Check out the rest of this StoryStream for updates. And for more on the PGA Tour, check out SB Nation's golf blog, Waggle Room.

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