Phoenix Open: Kevin Stadler wins maiden PGA Tour title
PGA Tour Waste Management Phoenix Open final -round leaderboard, TPC Scottsdale
- K Stadler (US)
- G DeLaet (Can) B Watson (US)
- Selected others:
- -14 H Mahan (US), H Matsuyama (Jpn) ; -7 M Laird (Sco); -4 B Davis (Eng); -3 P Mickelson; -2 D Lynn (Eng)
American Kevin Stadler won his first PGA Tour title at the Phoenix Open after Bubba Watson missed a five-foot putt on the last to force a play-off.
Stadler, 33, hit a three-under 68 for a one-stroke win over fellow American Watson and Canadian Graham DeLaet.
Victory for Stadler, son of 1982 Masters champion Craig, was his first in 239 PGA Tour starts, and earned him a place at Augusta this year.
Scot Martin Laird was the best-placed European, finishing nine shots adrift.
The Stadlers are the ninth father-son winners in Tour history.
Former Masters champion Watson, who had a two-shot lead going into the final day, had his worst round of the week, carding a level-par 71.
American Hunter Mahan and Japan's Hideki Matsuyama finished in a tie for fourth, one shot further back.