Jason Day won a four-man playoff Sunday in the Farmers Insurance Open with a par on the second extra hole at tough Torrey Pines.
Day only made the playoff by a couple of feet. His chip from behind the par-5 18th green in regulation came out hot and was headed down the hill for the water when it stopped at the yellow hazard line. He made par for a 2-under 70.
J.B. Holmes chose to lay up on the 18th and made par for a 72. They were joined in the playoff by Scott Stallings (69) and Harris English, who birdied the last hole for a 72.
Day and Holmes birdied the 18th in the playoff. On the par-3 16th, Holmes went long and missed a 15-foot par putt.
South Korean rookie wins LPGA Classic
Sei Young Kim won the Pure Silk-Bahamas LPGA Classic for her first LPGA Tour title, holing an 8-foot birdie putt on the first hole of a playoff with countrywoman Sun Young Yoo and Thailand's Ariya Jutanugarn. The 22-year-old Kim shot a 1-under 72 in the completion of the delayed third round and closed with a 68 to match Yoo and Jutanugarn at 14-under 278 on Atlantis Resort's Ocean Club course. Kim birdied the par-5 18th in regulation and won the playoff with her birdie on the hole.
Brittany Lincicome was fourth at 13 under after rounds of 68 and 70.
... Paul Goydos closed with a birdie for a 3-under 69 and a one-stroke victory over Gene Sauers in the Champions Tour's Allianz Championship in Boca Raton, Fla.
Bradley leads U.S. over Panama
Michael Bradley put a corner kick into the net in the 27th minute, and the United States stopped a five-game winless skid with a 2-0 victory over Panama. Clint Dempsey scored his 40th career goal later in the first half.
France knocks off U.S. women
France scored twice early in the second half to defeat the U.S. women's national team 2-0 in a tuneup game for the World Cup.
The goals by Eugenie Le Sommer and Jessica Houara came within a minute of each other. U.S. goalkeeper Ashlyn Harris was making just her fifth international appearance and playing in place of suspended Hope Solo.
All-time leading U.S. scorer Abby Wambach, coming off the bench, was unable to convert a penalty kick against goalkeeper Sarah Bouhaddi in the 66th minute.
This was third-ranked France's first victory in 17 matches against the United States. With a 0-0 draw against Brazil in late December, the second-ranked Americans have been shut out in consecutive games for the first time in 13 years. The U.S. is 14-1-2 against France.
AROUND THE HORN
Skiing: Well behind after the downhill, Marcel Hirscher of Austria made up a staggering 3.16 seconds in the slalom portion of the Alpine combined to win the gold medal at the world championships, with downhill leader Kjetil Jansrud of Norway hanging on for silver in Beaver Creek, Colo.
Starting first in the afternoon slalom session, Hirscher took advantage of a rut-free course to finish in a combined time of 2 minutes, 36.10 seconds. Jansrud, the 30th skier to go and with big grooves on the hill, wound up 0.19 seconds back. American Ted Ligety, the defending champion, earned bronze.
Tennis: Venus Williams defeated Maria Irigoyen 6-1, 6-4 to advance the United States to the Fed Cup playoffs in April and a chance to return to the World Group, which comprises the top eight teams.
Auto racing: Defending Funny Car champion Matt Hagan powered his Dodge Charger R/T to victory at the season-opening NHRA Winternationals in Pomona, Calif. After overcoming a spectacular engine explosion during qualifying Friday, Hagan qualified 12th on Saturday. In the final on Sunday, Hagan had a 4.011-second run at 320.89 mph to hold off teammate Ron Capps, whose Charger finished in 4.078 at 314.90. Shawn Langdon won in Top Fuel and Jason Line topped the Pro Stock field.