Kevin Kisner found himself in a sudden-death playoff at The Greenbrier Classic for his third time going to overtime on the 2014-15 PGA Tour season.
Unfortunately, Kisner's tee shot to the par-3 18th, the first playoff hole at the Old White TPC, went long and knocked him out of contention for his first PGA Tour win. Kisner is now the only active PGA Tour player to have ever lost three sudden-death playoffs in a single year. There are four other active players who have been in three sudden-death playoffs in a season, and all of them went 1-for-3.
Steve Elkington, 1992
Defeated Brad Faxon, 1992 Infiniti Tournament of Champions
Lost to Dan Forsman, 1992 Buick Open
Lost to Nick Price, 1992 H-E-B Texas Open
Sergio Garcia, 2008
Defeated Paul Goydos, 2008 Players Championship
Lost to Vijay Singh, 2008 Barclays
Lost to Camilo Villegas, 2008 Tour Championship
Bill Haas, 2011
Lost to Jhonattan Vegas, 2011 Bob Hope Classic
Lost to Scott Stallings, 2011 Greenbrier Classic
Defeated Hunter Mahan, 2011 Tour Championship
Webb Simpson, 2011
Lost to Bubba Watson, 2011 Zurich Classic of New Orleans
Defeated Chez Reavie, 2011 Deutsche Bank Championship
Lost to Ben Crane, 2011 McGladrey Classic
Kevin Kisner, 2015
Lost to Jim Furyk, 2015 RBC Heritage
Lost to Rickie Fowler, 2015 Players Championship
Lost to TBD, 2015 The Greenbrier Classic
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