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Funk, sans a skirt, takes Skins title
Published November 28, 2005
LA QUINTA, Calif. - What a Skins Game it was for Fred Funk, who went from wearing a pink skirt to walking away with nearly all the money.
"Wow," Funk said in disbelief Sunday on the 18th green, where he'd just won the final $550,000 and six skins, for a total of $925,000 and 15 skins in his first try.
Funk had a two-putt birdie on the par-5 18th, then clinched the victory when Tiger Woods missed an 8-foot birdie putt.
Funk, 49, became the oldest Skins Game winner and took all $700,000 available Sunday.
Before the tournament, Woods told Funk he'd never live it down if Annika Sorenstam outdrove him on even one hole. It happened on the third hole Saturday, and Funk good-naturedly pulled a pink skirt, supplied by Sorenstam as per their agreement, over his pants and finished the hole.
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CASIO WORLD OPEN: Toru Taniguchi of Japan shot 3-under 69 to win his first title of the year with a two-stroke victory over Kim Jong Duck of South Korea. Taniguchi made five birdies as he finished at 11-under 277 in Kochi, Japan.
CHINA OPEN: Paul Casey of England edged countryman Oliver Wilson on the first hole of a playoff to win in Shenzhen. The two shared the lead after the final round at 13-under-par 275, with Casey firing a bogey-free 65. Wilson shot a 69. Co-sanctioned by the European PGA and Asian tours, it was the second event of the European tour's 2006 schedule.