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The scene was Riviera’s iconic 18th green, where Tony Finau had just earlier cleaned up his par to post 12-under in the clubhouse. In the group behind was Max Homa, also at 12-under and in the middle of the fairway, with a wedge in his hand. Homa stuffed it to three feet, all but sealing his second PGA Tour victory on a course he grew up coming to each year to watch the pros.

The putt didn’t have much in it, at least we thought. Turns out, it had a hair of right to left movement. Homa found this out in the most painful way imaginable:

Good grief. Homa practically had one hand on the trophy, only to get power lipped. He went on to tap in his par putt, which put him in a sudden-death playoff with Finau.

UPDATE: Don’t worry, Homa’s story has a happy ending, folks. After matching pars with Finau on the par-4 10th, Homa won the Genesis Invitational with a par on the par-3 14th. This is Homa’s second PGA Tour victory, and it gets him into next week’s WGC at Concession.