How do you finish off a playoff that gets you an invitation to the Masters? By chipping in over a bunker from 42 yards out for birdie, if you're Matt Jones.
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Of course, that's after making a 46-foot birdie putt on the final hole of regulation to even give himself a chance at the playoff against Matt Kuchar in the first place.
In the playoff, Jones put his tee shot on the No. 18 hole in the right hand fairway bunker, which resulted in missing the green short and to the right. So Jones decided not to mess around.
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"I walked up there and told my caddy I was going to chip it in," Jones said afterward.