PGA Tour

Clark a single shot shy of win

2013-11-11 13:26
Tim Clark (AFP)

Johannesburg - Despite a near-flawless final round eight-under par 62, South African Tim Clark came up a single shot shy of his second victory on the PGA Tour on Sunday.

Clark finished almost an hour before the final group to set the clubhouse lead on the 13-under mark, after nearly holing out his four-iron approach to the 72nd hole.

Unable to birdie the par-five 15th, Clark clicked back into gear to sign off with three birdies in a row to give the leaders something to think about.

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