If you caught the final round of the Frys.com Open, you saw a few unexpected shots from Tour pros (cue Johnny Miller talking about choking). In fact, Emiliano Grillo, the tournament’s eventual winner, missed a four-footer for birdie on the first playoff hole to extend his sudden-death duel with Kevin Na. Jason Bohn also hit one heavy down the stretch, saying “I think I just kind of peeked. Wanted to see where it was going before I made contact. Dumped it and chunked it.” But “Mr. 16” Kevin Na went with driver off the deck at the second playoff hole to take the cake Sunday. Sidebar: Is driver off the deck ever really a good idea, especially in a high-pressure situation? Regardless, the results of Na’s attempt: A lovely, low, chunked, hooking effort that ended up well short, in the rough, and totally out of position. Check out the shot here. Here’s what he had to say about it after the round. Q. Probably hit it left or right and get the ball over to the right and give yourself an angle. What happened? KEVIN NA: You know, I hit probably five or six drivers off the deck this week. Drove it on 16. Drove this green. Almost drove 9. I’ve hit it perfect every time. In regulation I missed it in the right spots. The driver is the only club that’s going to get me far enough right, past the front, where I can have an aim to win. I hit it all the time. I was very confident. Only thing is it was dark. It’s a lot tougher. The ball was above any feet. Maybe I should have hit 3-wood. If I were to go to do it over again I probably would still hit driver. I don’t know. Just a little unlucky there in the second shot. Driver is the right club. It was a little dark. Probably caught it 16th or 18th of an inch heavy and the club just turned over. Of course, hooking drivers to lose playoffs is something of a habit for Na now. Remember his pull-hook at the Memorial last year (~2:30 in the video below)? Bearing all this in mind, considering the situation, what do you think of Na’s decision? (video, imagery via the PGA Tour’s YouTube Channel).