WILLIAMSBURG — When Cristie Kerr's eagle putt at the 15th hole Sunday burned the left edge, her dad cringed.
"She's giving me heart attacks," Michael Kerr said as he stood greenside.
Plenty more palpitations awaited during another harrowing final round of the LPGA Tour's Kingsmill Championship.
That tension, combined with the walking limitations of two artificial knees, sent Michael to the clubhouse bar to watch his daughter duel Suzann Pettersen in a two-hole, sudden-death playoff.
But when Cristie tapped in a par putt on the 18th hole to secure her third Kingsmill victory, Michael was soon there to greet her. Good thing, too.