Bryson DeChambeau brings the 60-foot Eagle Putt to the Fourth PGA Tour Event of the Year at the Shriners Hospital for Children Open
- Bryson DeChambeau won his fourth PGA Tour event in a year on Sunday
- DeChambeau got a 60-foot Eagle-Putt on the way to victory in Las Vegas
- He won the Shriners Hospital for Children Open with a one-time tour
Bryson DeChambeau took an eagle-putt from sixty feet down to the 16th hole, which brought him to a 5-under-66 and a single victory over Patrick Cantlay at the Shriners Hospital for Children Open on Sunday.
DeChambeau won for the fourth time in the last 12 starts of the PGA Tour and was ranked number 5 in the world rankings.
In TPC Summerlin he had to survive wild back nine, in which four players had a head start eventually.
Bryson DeChambeau won the Shriners Hospital for Children's Open in Las Vegas on Sunday
DeChambeau wandered around the picturesque golf course during the final lap
Cantlay had a one-shot lead until he shot a bunker on Par-3-17 to make bogey. A hole behind the defending champion made DeChambeau lead with his Eagle-Putt.
Cantlay picked up the 18th for a 65, but came one shot before the end.