There aren't many clutch performances that compare to the one Pat Scenna gave on Wednesday at Howell Park Golf Course.
At the Monmouth County Tournament, the Wall junior needed a birdie on the last hole to force a playoff at 1-under-par 71.
He rolled in a 30-footer that curled around the edge and fell.Then, on the opening hole of the playoff match against senior Jack Easter of Christian Brothers Academy,
Scenna's approach shot on the par-4 came to rest just centimeters short of the cup.
Scenna then won it with a tap-in after Easter's long birdie attempt rolled beyond the hole.
With regard to the playoff, Scenna noted, "I had 131 yards, the ideal amount for my gap wedge." "While it was in the air, I thought it could be a little deep, but it was just the right number for that club.
I could tell it was going to be good as soon as I saw it hop. With Scenna leading the charge as Wall dethroned Christian Brothers Academy,
which had won every MCT since 2012, there was the necessary level of symbolism.