Choi wins Players in a playoff

2011 players championship results kj choi

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL (TheSpread) – It was another week with another playoff on the PGA Tour and this time, K.J. Choi bested David Toms to win the 2011 Players Championship.

 

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Both golfers finished the tournament at -13 overall after each shot a 2-under 70 in the final round. On the first playoff hole, Toms came up short on a putt to extend the playoff, which allowed Choi to get the win.

According to oddsmakers from online sports book SBGGLOBAL.com, Choi had 40/1 odds to win the tournament, meaning a $100 wager on Choi will pay out an additional $4,000.

Both golfers finished two shots ahead of Paul Goydos, who came in third at -11 for the tournament. Our pick to win this week, Luke Donald, finished tied for fourth at -10 along with Nick Watney.

2011 The Players Championship Top 10 Results

1 K.J. Choi -13 (275)*

2 David Toms -13 (275)

3 Paul Goydos -11 (277)

T4 Luke Donald -10 (278)

T4 Nick Watney -10 (278)

T6 Jason Day -9 (279)

T6 Hunter Mahan -9 (279)

T6 J.B. Holmes -9 (279)

T6 Alvaro Quiros -9 (279)

T6 Aaron Baddeley -9 (279)

T6 Jason Dufner -9 (279)

*Won in playoff

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