Price Calc win CVS Charity Classic in Sudden Death


Nick Price birdied the first playoff hole as he and partner Mark Calcavecchia defeated Brad Faxon and Gary Player Tuesday in the CVS Charity Classic.
Price and Calcavecchia had a two-stroke advantage in the second round of the best-ball tournament, but Faxon and Player matched their 23-under 119 total with a birdie on the 36th and final hole of regulation.
In the playoff, Price made a birdie on the par-4 18th, while Faxon and Player both failed on birdie attempts. Faxon rolled a 35-foot birdie putt within two inches of the hole, before Price closed out the match.
Price and Calcavecchia split $210,000, while Faxon and Player left with $160,000. The teams of Tim Herron and Dudley Hart and Davis Love III and Jay Haas tied for third at 22-under 120.
The event at Rhode Island Country Club had a total purse of $1.1 million.
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