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Corey Pavin after that once-in-a-lifetime shot.


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COREY PAVIN HAS LONG BEEN considered one of the most imaginative shotmakers in the game but he outdid himself during the final round of last year’s The Allianz Championship. Playing the par-3 14th, Pavin’s ball came to


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rest near a tree root. His options were to take an unplayable lie (and a one-stroke penalty) or come up with some sort of magical shot. He went with the latter, turning around his 8-iron and hitting it left-handed. The shot worked out even better than he could have hoped, coming to rest five feet from the hole and keeping him in a tie for the lead with Mark Calcavecchia. “That was a once-in-a-lifetime shot,” Pavin said. “I can’t think of a better up-and-down I’ve had in my career. It’s not like I practice turning 8-irons over and hit them left-handed. When that happens, you think you’re going to win, but I had to get that thought out of my head.”


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PAVIN WINS IN A PLAYOFF Pavin and Peter Senior both shot 71s on Sunday


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to finish tied at 11-under-par 205, with Senior making a birdie on the final hole of regulation play. Pavin won on the first extra hole when he made a 12-footer for birdie and Senior’s birdie putt came up just short of the hole. The most perplexing round of the day belonged to Calcavecchia, who took a three- stroke lead over Pavin with a birdie on the par-5 11th hole and then proceeded to bogey six of the last seven holes for a 73 and a tie for seventh place.


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“I felt pretty good (after No. 11), I’ll tell you that,” Calcavecchia said. “But I three- putted 12, got a bad break at 13 and when I hit it over the green on 15, it pretty much did me in.” Pavin’s remarkable recovery didn’t help matters, either.


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“It was a one-in-a-million shot, but he pulled it off,” Calcavecchia said. “Of course, it was one-in-a-million that I’m going to bogey six of the last seven. That’s the way it goes.” ■


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CHARLES SCHWAB CUP STANDINGS PLAYER


Dan Forsman Corey Pavin


Michael Allen John Cook


Jay Don Blake Peter Senior Gary Hallberg Jay Haas


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Corey Pavin claimed his first Champions Tour victory and it came in his 35th start on the Tour. The victory also


came in his 122nd start since his last


victory, which came at the 2006 U.S.


Bank Championship in Milwaukee, a span of 5 years, 6 months and 12 days.


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10 Louisiana Course Insight Gulf of Mexico BROKEN 90˚ SOUND CLUB 85˚


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The Old Course at Broken Sound Club, which has hosted the Allianz Championship since 2007, is often compared to Donald Ross’ masterpiece, Pinehurst No. 2—which helps explain why it is a favorite among the players on the Champions Tour. The course was designed by Joe Lee and opened in 1978. It was redesigned by architect Gene Bates in 2004.


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Tournament Record 199, Bernhard Langer, 2010


Tournament 18-Hole Record 63, Craig Stadler, 2007


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