With each golfer tied at 13-under on the final regulation hole, Johnson put his approach shot into the water at Sherwood Country Club. But he followed by holing a fabulous chip shot from the drop zone to save par, ending with a round of 4-under 68.
Woods (2-under 70) had found the green-side bunker on No. 18 and needed a clutch wedge shot of his own to save par and finish tied with Johnson at 13-under-par 275.
On the extra hole, Woods ended up in the same bunker and ultimately missed a par-saving putt after Johnson had two-putted for par.
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