You can't help but feel for Billy Horschel here.
Chasing his first PGA Tour win since his back-to-back FedEx Cup successes in 2014, the American found himself in a five-man play-off at the RSM Classic alongside Camilo Villegas, Henrik Norlander, Blayne Barber and Mackenzie Hughes.
Light was fading at Sea Island, and when faced with this incredibly short putt on the first play-off hole, the worst happened.
Thankfully, the 29-year-old wasn't too disheartened, instead focusing on the positives of getting himself in contention.
They say you learn more from losses than wins. I believe it's true. For me, I didn't take my time over that short putt. Simple as that.— Billy Horschel (@BillyHo_Golf) November 20, 2016
Did a good job all day of not rushing anything all day. Which is a fault of mine. I will learn from this and come out even better.— Billy Horschel (@BillyHo_Golf) November 20, 2016
In the end, I'm excited where my game is. Put a lot of work in the last few months and starting to see progress! 2017 will be amazing!!— Billy Horschel (@BillyHo_Golf) November 20, 2016
Horschel was the only man to drop out of the play-off, with play resuming later today after darkness made it unplayable.
Will Billy Horschel come back?
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