'I was 5 over after the third hole [in the] first round and I was actually going to withdraw but I kept telling myself, 'Don't give up, you got a lot of golf left' and here I am,' Huh said Sunday.
It got worse before it got better for Huh, who was playing with a minor wrist injury. The rookie fell to 9 over after the first eight holes. A birdie at his ninth hole (No. 18), however, was the start of a 46-hole stretch played without a bogey and in 13 under.
Despite mounting a staggering comeback, Huh did not anticipate the opportunity for a second win at the Sunday outset.
'I was five shots back. That's five. It's a pretty big gap,' said Huh, who shot 3-under 69 on Sunday.
'All I have to do is play my game, give myself a good chance and I did it really well and Ben did it really well, too.'
Told his win and this T-2 came on courses designed by Greg Norman, Huh may have become a fan.
'I better thank him,' he said.