Some people say that the word “clutch” cannot be defined. Matt Jones, a 33-year old Australian golfer, is not one of those people. Jones shot 66 in the 4th round to force golf’s version of overtime against Matt Kuchar. He then calmly sank a 42-yard chip shot to beat Kuchar on the first extra hole and earn the final spot in the 2014 Masters. This is Jones’ first career PGA win. That’s how you go to the Masters.
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Two more rounds of major championship golf this year.