Horschel wins Byron Nelson after play-off with Day

Horschel claims first win since 2014 with par on first extra hole

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Mon, 22 May 2017

Horschel wins Byron Nelson after play-off with Day

Billy Horschel won the Byron Nelson via a play-off after Jason Day missed a four-foot putt for par on the first extra hole.

The American, who clinched his fourth win on the PGA Tour, carded a one under 69 on the final day to tie the Aussie at the top of the leaderboard on 12 under.

Horschel, 30, came into the event after missing four consecutive cuts, and claimed his first win since 2014.

Day, who struggled with a back injury last season and has taken time out this season to spend time with his mother who is battling lung cancer, has only managed one top 10 in 2.


In the bag

Driver: PXG 0811X Driver, 9° with Atmos 6x Black; 45.25"

Fairway Woods: PXG 0341X 3-wood, 15° with Hzds Black 75-x; 43", PXG 0341 5-wood, 18° with Hzds Black 75-x; 42.5"

Irons: PXG 0311T Xtreme Dark Irons 3, 5-9pw with X100

Wedges: PXG 0311T  Milled Wedges Sierra 52° 56° Wedges with S400, PXG 0311T Milled Wedge Zulu, 60° with S400

Putter: PXG Bat Attack; 34"


Horschel -12
Day -12
Hahn -11
Kokrak -10
Lee -8
Cauley -8
O'Hair -8
Byeong-hun -8