What’s in store for Sunday at TPC Scottsdale’s Stadium Course?

Follow all the action as it unfolds during Sunday’s final round below.

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Simpson from 25 feet … SO MEAN.

That one rolls right over the right edge but doesn’t drop. Hideki with 10 feet for the win.

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Matsuyama goes more conservative. Right down the middle of the fairway, short of the green. But perfect angle to that back pin.

Simpson’s drive, finds edge of putting surface, but he’s some 80 feet away and may not be able to putt that, as green cuts in.

So. Close.

Webb Simpson barely misses birdie chance to win, Hideki rolls in par putt, we’re on to third playoff hole (at No. 10).

Simpson knocks his approach 15 feet by the hole, and Hideki … fluffs it from the fairway bunker. He’s short of green. Advantage: Webb

Simpson goes with 3-wood off 18 tee, and sneaks it in right side of fairway.

Matsuyama takes driver and this one ends up in right bunker.

The drives are off at the 1st playoff hole…

Simpson goes down right side of fairway. Matsuyama down the middle (don’t mind his reaction).

UPDATE NO. 13: 5:42 p.m. ET

Hideki comes up one revolution short of winning. Seriously, this 19-footer for birdie to win was pure but stopped agonizingly a roll short dead in the heart. He’s on to a playoff with Webb Simpson.

UPDATE NO. 12: 5:26 p.m. ET

Hideki missed a 9-footer for birdie at No. 17 and that was surprising. He would’ve grabbed the lead if he could have made that putt. Instead, birdie at 72nd probably gives him win.

UPDATE NO. 11: 5:10 p.m. ET

Webb Simpson! What? Yep, it’s a Return of the Webbi! Simpson hasn’t won since 2013, but thanks to 65-64 on the weekend, he finished 17 under and id tied of the lead. Simpson birdied Nos. 15, 17 and 18 to get in at that number.

UPDATE NO. 10: 4:56 p.m. ET

Matsuyama two-putts for birdie at No. 15 and he’s 17 under and leads by one!

UPDATE NO. 9: 4:17 p.m. ET

Rickie Fowler. Birdie-birdie-par-birdie-birdie. Those are his last five holes. He comes to No. 18 just one back at 15 under!

UPDATE NO. 8: 4:11 p.m. ET

Hideki’s now co-leading. He nearly holes a 22-footer for eagle at 13. He settles for a tap-in birdie, but that move to 16 under pushes him into a share of the lead!

UPDATE NO. 7: 4:05 p.m. ET

An hit in the water at No. 11. That’s back-to-back bogeys and he falls to 16 under. He’s just one ahead of Matsuyama and now Louis Oosthuizen.

UPDATE NO. 6: 3:35 p.m. ET

An bogeys No. 10, and Matsuyama is within two…

UPDATE NO. 5: 3:01 p.m. ET

Mickelson actually birdied No. 9 to go out in 4-under 31. That got him to 14 under and within three again, but he joked bogey No. 10. He’s now four behind at 13 under. He’s going to need to play his final eight holes in like 5 or 6 under to have a chance.

UPDATE NO. 4: 2:14 p.m. ET

An bogeys No. 6, and oh boy, now Hideki Matsuyama’s just one back at 15 under, and look who’s three back … Philip Alfred Mickelson! Birdies on Nos. 3, 4 and 6 have Mickelson at 13 under and charging.

UPDATE NO. 3: 1:49 p.m. ET

Wow. Hideki. Easiest eagle you’ll ever see. Three back now.

UPDATE NO. 2: 1:29 p.m. ET

Byeong Hun An birdies No. 2 to reach 17 under, but Phil Mickelson makes it back-to-back birdies at Nos. 3 and 4 to reach 12 under. Phil is just five back and charging.

UPDATE NO. 1: 1:18 p.m. ET


Source: golfweek.com