QUEBEC CITY - Wes Short Jr. made an 8-foot eagle putt on the final hole to win the Quebec Championship on Sunday for his first Champions Tour's title.
''It was slow in coming, that's for sure,'' Short said. ''The first eight holes I parred, and I get to No. 9 and I hit a hybrid in the sand trap and then hit it out to about 6 feet and I felt like that was a very important putt to make. I made it. Then it seemed to open the floodgates.''
Dunlap, the Boeing Classic winner two weeks ago, also eagled the par-5 18th for a 64.
''Thinking back a couple weeks ago in my comment after getting a win, you can play winning golf and not hoist the trophy,'' Dunlap said. ''In any given week there's probably two or maybe three guys who play well enough to win, but sometimes you just get beat.''
Moments after Dunlap's eagle putt, Short holed a 20-foot birdie putt at No. 17 to pull within one.
Short set up the winning putt with a hybrid from 251 yards on the par-5 closing hole.
''I didn't really look at the leaderboard until the 18th hole,'' Short said. ''I looked over and actually I kind of thought I was going to be in the lead or tied with Scott going to the last hole. Then I looked over
there and he had made eagle, so now I'm one behind and I have to birdie the last hole to get into a playoff or he's going to win. I hit a very nice hybrid in there, and it's a nice situation to know even if I miss it I was going to have another chance to get in a playoff to win.''
Short finished at 15-under 201 at La Tempete and earned $240,000 to jump from 36th to 20th on the money list with $379,719. He won in Las Vegas in 2005 for his lone PGA Tour title.
''I was hitting it pretty good, so didn't really make a lot the first two days,'' Short said. ''But I saved an awful lot for that last nine holes.''
Two-time U.S. Open champion Lee Janzen closed with a 72 to tie for 23rd at 7 under in his first Champions Tour event. He turned 50 last week.