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Topic - Shawn Stefani
Justin Rose got his mistake out of the way early and won the Quicken Loans National in a playoff Sunday over Shawn Stefani.
It was Rose's first win since the U.S. Open last summer at Merion. Congressional made it feel like he won another U.S. Open.
Moments removed from a near-disaster on the same hole, Rose shot an even-par 4 on 18, the first playoff hole, preventing Shawn Stefani from winning his first PGA Tour event and taking home the Quicken Loans National title himself.
Shawn Stefani aced the 17th hole, making him the first golfer to make a hole-in-one at any U.S. Open at Merion Golf Club, which is hosting the major for the fifth time.
Shawn Stefani lost track of the ball as soon it rocketed off his 4-iron.
Harris English shot a 6-under 64 on Friday to open a two-stroke lead in the St. Jude Classic, the final event before the U.S. Open next week at Merion.
Adam Scott had a breakthrough with his short game this winter, and it's so good now that he hardly even has to use it.
"I put myself in position a few times the last couple years to win a golf tournament, and haven't really played great on the weekend — and maybe even on Sunday," said Stefani, whose only two professional victories were on the developmental Web.com Tour last year.
"I didn't know what to do but jump up and down for joy," Stefani said.