Birdie putt makes the difference at Northern Trust Open for Bill Haas
The golf course turned into a graveyard the very moment they saw their expectations and speculations going reverse. Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley were wiped out by Bill Haas.
As soon as Haas went for a 45-foot birdie putt, Northern Trust Open went into the phase of a highly unexpected finish.
The dramatic finish of the event did not come as a shock only for the audience, but for Haas himself.
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