Bob Tway beat John Cook on the first playoff hole of the PGA's Las Vegas Invitational on Sunday, after Cook's 95-yard sand wedge shot bounced in and out of the cup. Cook, who closed with a 67 to tie Tway at 334 in the 90-hole event, watched the third shot roll 15 feet away.
Tway two-putted for par, while Cook's attempt was short. Tway, who won only his second tournament since 1986, led by three shots entering the final round. He finished with a 70.Corey Pavin and Phil Blackmar missed the playoff by three strokes at 337. Pavin fired a 9-under-par 63 and Blackmar had a 67. Mark O'Meara and Nolan Henke tied for fifth at 338. Former champion Paul Azinger was next at 339.
Meanwhile, in St. Andrews, Scotland, David Feherty beat Howard Clark in a three-hole sudden-death playoff Sunday to give Ireland a 3 1/2-2 1/2 victory over England in the final of the Dunhill Cup.
Feherty bogeyed the famous Road Hole, the 17th on the Old Course, to slip into a tie with Clark. But back at the 17th in the playoff, Feherty two-putted from 25 feet for par, while Clark made bogey.And in Cely, France, Cathy Gerring shot a 1-under-par 71 to edge Beth Daniel by a stroke in the LPGA World Championship.
Defending champion Betsy King had a 72 to finish third at 282. Cindy Rarick and Dottie Mochrie both carded 70s and tied at 284 with Patty Sheehan, who shot 68.