Watch Mikko Korhonen Drain OT Birdie Putt to Win Volvo China Open

Mikko Korhonen
Mikko Korhonen celebrates after winning the 2019 Volvo China Open at Genzon GC on May 5, 2019 in Shenzhen, China. Photo by Zhe Ji/Getty Images

Mikko Korhonen edged Benjamin Hebert in a playoff to win the Volvo China Open.

Korhonen and Hebert finished tied at 20-under par for 72 holes, but a birdie from 11 feet on the first overtime hole (No. 18) gave the Finn the trophy, and the golden jacket.

It was the second career European Tour title for the 38-year-old Korhonen.

Watch Korhonen win the Volvo China Open:


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