RBC Heritage. G-Mac wins in Play-Off April 22 2013

G-Mac, Graeme McDowell, won the RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links on the first hole of a sudden death  play-off against Webb Simpson at Hilton Head Island. Life's a breeze Graeme McDowell / Lecka / Getty Images Graeme and Webb both finished the RBC Heritage tournament at -9 under par, in very windy and inhospitable conditions. Graeme reported how hard it is to win; " This game kicks you more often than it gives you a pat on the back, it's hard to win. I guess the weather was what the doctor ordered. I needed that to get close to the leaders. It's funny the way things happen, I wouldn't swap this for a top ten last week." The reigning U.S. Open Champion, Webb Simpson, had a chance to win in regulation play, but his twenty two foot putt for birdie went three feet past the hole and set up the sudden death play-off. Webb stated that he had no confidence coming in to this tournament, but was convinced that the last putt was going in; " I came in with not too much confidence, but I just stayed true to the process of what we've been working on. I never thought I made a putt more than that birdie putt, it was in. With a foot to go, it was in the left side. Coming back, that was a hard putt, because by the grain and the wind it's supposed to break, but the regulation putt didn't break. So I was kind of stuck with, 'What do I do?' I tried to play it left center. It broke. My caddie and I called 18 holes today 18 acts, as if we were in a play, just because you really cannot think ahead out there. It's as hard as we'll ever play." A dejected Webb Simpson / Lecka / Getty Images Luke Donald tied for third place with Kevin Streelman at -7 under par, Luke admitting that the weather forecast from the National Weather Service advising of gust up to 45 mph were accurate, the worst playing conditions all year; " Extremely difficult, strongest wind I've played in all year." The 54 hole leader Charlie Hoffman nose dived in the final round, shooting a lackluster 77, which left him tied in sixth place. Charlie said he played OK, just did not make the putts he needed to; " I actually hit the ball all right today, I just didn't make the putts like I needed to make yesterday. It was tough conditions and I didn't capitalize on the situations that I had. The shots I hit good didn't turn out like I thought they were going to turn out."