Thanks to a double bogey on the 18th hole by Jim Furyk, Keegan Bradley came from behind to capture victory at the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.
Bradley delivered a spectacular six-under 64 on Sunday to place himself in contention, but when he walked off the course it looked like it wouldn't be enough.
However, Furyk, who had been in the lead for 71 straight holes, made an absolute mess of the 18th, and cost himself a chance for his first win since 2010.
He missed the green from the fairway, failed to get on with his next shot, hit a poor chip shot to five-feet and then missed his bogey putt, blowing his chance at a playoff.
Still, people shouldn't take away from Bradley's performance. He played brilliantly down the stretch on Sunday, and deserved his third career title.
The victory also gives him a ton of momentum heading into next week's PGA Championship, where the 26-year-old will be defending his title at the Ocean Course at Kiawah, South Carolina.
The win also all but seals Bradley's spot on the Ryder Cup team, a role he just missed out on in 2011 with the Presidents Cup.
Other notable finishers were: Steve Stricker (T2), Rory McILroy (T4) and Tiger Woods, who finished at four under in a tie for eighth.