Billy Horschel is a hot head on his best day. That doesn’t mean that two weeks ago, when he threw a club and hit his caddie, was his best day. He said it was just an accident, that he and his caddie are all good. But it also came amid a frustrating season – really, a frustrating three seasons, ever since the end of 2014, when he came out of nowhere to win the Tour Championship and the FedEx Cup Playoffs.
That frustration came to end on Sunday, when Horschel won the AT&T Byron Nelson in a playoff over similarly frustrated Jason Day. Neither golfer had been putting well all season but both putted great all week. Until Day missed a four-footer on the first extra hole.
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