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In 2012, Bubba Watson won the tournament on the second playoff hole.
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Should the fourth round fail to produce a winner, all players tied for the lead enter a sudden-death playoff.
Earlier playoffs were 18 holes on the following day, except for the first in 1935, which was 36 holes; the last 18-hole playoff was in 1970, and none of the full-round playoffs went to additional holes.
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The bentgrass resulted in significantly faster putting surfaces, which has required a reduction in some of the contours of the greens over time.