WATCH: Kevin Kisner's clutch eagle on 18 at Zurich Classic forces playoff

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Kevin Kisner is pumped up after sinking a 94-foot eagle chip in on the 18th hole at the Zurich Classic.
By
Wayne Cavadi
PGA.com

Series: PGA Tour

Published: Sunday, April 30, 2017 | 9:07 p.m.

The 72nd hole. Down one stroke. No pressure, right?

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Not for Kevin Kisner. 

Teammates Jonas Blixt and Cameron Smith had a back-and-forth battle down the back stretch with Kisner and his teammate Scott Brown. At 25-under, and 94-feet 6-inches away from the pin, Team Kisner-Brown trailed by just one stroke on the final hole of the weekend.

Or so we thought.

Smith would sink the ensuing 18-inch birdie, tying the teams atop the leaderboard at the end of 72 holes.

It is safe to say that the new team-format at the Zurich Classic was an overwhelming success. The winner will be decided in a playoff when play resumes Monday morning.