Watch: Paul Dunne, clutch as they come, chips in on 18 to win the British Masters

By Joe Boozell
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It wasn't a bunker shot, but Paul Dunne did his best Bob Tway at the 1986 PGA Championship impression on Sunday.

Dunne, chipping on the 18th hole of the British Masters, was likely looking to get close to the hole and tap in. But apparently, that would have been too easy.

Dunne made this shot to win the whole darn tournament. Watch:

Winning the British Masters is an impressive accomplishment on its own. But to do it in this fashion is a moment golf fans won’t soon forget.

Congratulations to Dunne. 

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