He had just sunk the biggest putt of his life.
Parks Price still had to wait.
Another golfer took a shot at keeping the most lucrative tournament around going.
Then another golfer.
Price watched and waited, his arms crossed, his mind flying, his trusted club resting against his chest.
“My putter head was moving up and down because my heart was beating so fast,” he said. “I was just trying to keep it together as much as you can.”
Price rolled in a 25-foot birdie putt on the first playoff hole of Tuesday’s Haverford Philadelphia PGA Classic at the Sunnybrook Golf Club — then watched his two competitors miss shorter shots.
Only then did it truly begin to make sense: The 36-year-old teaching pro at the Country Club of York had just won $100,000. It’s the largest winning check of any tournament in the 41 PGA of America sections.
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