'Disney' ends with another exciting finish

Though American player Davis Love III is in the twilight of his PGA Tour career, the star was able to find another victory on Sunday in Orlando, Florida. As usual, the Children's Miracle Network Class at Disney World ended with a tight finish between dueling players.

With two holes left, Love's drives found the rough and a bunker. However, despite these obstacles, the season veteran was able to par both holes.

This victory is the 20th career win for Love III, which grants Love a lifetime exemption on the PGA Tour.

As Love finished his round, Tommy "Two-Gloves" Gainey trailed by a stroke, and was left to patiently wait on the driving range before his fate would be decided. Of course, before qualifying to play on the PGA Tour, Gainey became famous on the Golf Channel's reality-style competition, "The Big Break." Though Gainey entered the tournament outside of even the top 200 PGA Tour players, the finish elevated him to within the top 150 players, thus giving Gainey conditional status on the PGA Tour in 2009.

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