If everything broke right for Kevin Stadler at the final hole on Sunday, he would win for the first time in 239 PGA Tour starts, he would finally silence the naysayers after a bunch of misses throughout his career, he would secure an elite World Golf Championship event and he would become part of the first father-son combination to play in the same Masters. When Bubba Watson's par putt broke left, everything, in fact, did break right for Stadler.
The win at the Phoenix Open was a long time coming for the son of the Walrus, Craig Stadler. But there also was indication that a victory was not too far off. Always betrayed by his putter, even after he switched to the long putter ...
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