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Haas beats Lefty, Bradley in Riviera playoff

Bill Haas clinched his fourth PGA Tour title by topping Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley in an exciting sudden death play-off for the Northern Trust Open Sunday at Riviera Country Club.

The 29-year-old Haas sank a curling 43ft birdie putt at the second extra hole, the driveable par-four 10th, to seal victory in bright afternoon sunshine in Los Angeles.

Mickelson, seeking a second consecutive PGA Tour win, missed his birdie chance from the back right bunker and Bradley's attempt, a 15-foot putt, slipped past the right edge of the cup.

The trio had finished the 72 regulation holes on seven-under-par 277, Haas closing with a two-under 69. Mickelson and Bradley each birdied the par-four last for matching 71s.

''To beat guys of that caliber is amazing, something I will never forget,'' Haas said.

The trio had finished the 72 regulation holes on seven-under-par 277, Haas closing with a two-under 69. Mickelson and Bradley each birdied the par-four last for matching 71s.

Spain's Sergio García fired a best-of-the-week 64 that included two eagles to share fourth place at five under with the Americans Dustin Johnson (71) and Jimmy Walker (69), and Australian Jarrod Lyle (70).


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