Adam Scott and Ryan Moore needed overtime in the Byron Nelson Championship.

First they re-played the 18th and tied, then the 17th and tied, even though Scott had a very nice tee shot to put him within feet of the hole and Moore needed to putt, I don't know, 80, 90 feet all the way across the green. Scott missed his very make-able putt and Moore two putted.

So they replay the 18th again.

Moore was nicely in the fairway but Scott found the bunker.

Moore's 2nd shot with the sand wedge hit the green, but unlike Scott has shown, he was unable to spin the ball back toward the hole and the ball rolled off the green, though just off and was close enough to be make-able with a decent putt.

Scott's shot from the bunker hit the green, but was very short, and the ball spun back to roll away from the hole even further. He wound up 48' away.

So of course he walks up and sinks the 48' footer.
Just an amazing putt.

Moore's pressure putt from the fringe just missed and Scott won.

Very entertaining playoff with an incredible finish.