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Cam Davis wins Rocket Mortgage as Akshay Bhatia slips up late - ESPN

DETROIT — Cam Davis was preparing for a playoff when Akshay Bhatia's 4-foot putt started left, went right, touched the edge of the cup and rolled away.

Joy and pain.

Davis won the Rocket Mortgage Classic for the second time, closing with a 2-under 70 on Sunday that gave him a one-shot victory when Bhatia three-putted from 32 feet on the final hole.

«I wouldn't wish what happened to Akshay on anyone,» Davis said. «But I've done a lot of grinding to kind of get myself out of a hole and just all of a sudden to do that, it's pretty good.»

Davis, who won his only other PGA Tour title three years ago at Detroit Golf Club, had not finished better than 38th in sixth starts since he tied for 12th at the Masters in April, his best result of the season.

«I started working with a hypnotherapist a few weeks ago just to take another angle into trying to get myself sorted out,» he said. «I saw a little bit of a spark last week, but nothing to show this (was) coming.

»This is crazy."

The 29-year-old Australian pulled into a tie with Bhatia with a birdie on the par-5 17th hole.

That proved to be enough when the left-handed Bhatia, who uses a long putter, watched his short par attempt on the 18th miss low and right for his first three-putt of the week.

«Just a little bit of nerves, honestly,» Bhatia said. «I'm human.»

Davis finished at 18-under 270 on a day of missed opportunities for the final pairing of Bhatia and Aaron Rai, each of whom shot an even-par 72. Bhatia made two bogeys in the tournament, both in the final round (Nos. 3 and 18).

Davis Thompson (68) and Min Woo Lee (69) also finished one shot back.

Davis, who entered the tournament ranked 67th in the world, became the first two-time winner of the event since its debut on the