Final Round of Verizon Heritage
With a par on the final hole, Brian Gay won at Harbour Town by a record 10 strokes.
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Boo Weekley is the two-time defending champion, but he'll need a big run on the weekend if he wants to win No. 3. He is eight shots off the lead after two rounds.
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Ernie Els shot an even-par 71 to remain at 3-under par.
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Rory McIlroy was in good shape until a double bogey on 18. He made the cut by one shot.
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Camilo Villegas was in danger of missing the cut until he made birdies on Nos. 16 and 17.
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Jim Furyk missed the cut by one stroke.
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First Round of the Verizon Heritage
Alex Cejka had surgery in September to correct a pinched nerve, and while he says he's only 85 percent back, he shot his lowest score in nearly two years for the early lead.
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Defending champion Boo Weekley is five strokes off the lead after an opening 69.
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Trevor Immelman, 2008 Masters champion, shot a five-under 66, and is two strokes off the lead.
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Brian Gay's bogey-free 67 left him three strokes back.
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Davis Love III, a five-time winner at Harbour Town, moved into contention with a 67.
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Former British Open champion Todd Hamilton is one stroke behind.
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This is Gay's second PGA Tour victory.
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Briny Baird finished in a distant second place after a closing 68.
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Todd Hamilton's one under 70 left him 11 strokes back.
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Lee Janzen opened with back-to-back bogeys and went on to shoot an even par 70.
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Third Round of the Verizon Heritage
Brian Gay extended his lead to three shots after a bogey-free 67.
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Davis Love III made four birdies and two bogeys for a 69.
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Todd Hamilton shot an even-par 71.
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Lee Janzen made three birdies, three bogeys and an eagle for a 69.
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Second Round of the Verizon Heritage
Brian Gay shot a six-under 30 on the front nine. He finished with a 66 and a one-shot lead heading into the weekend.
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Camilo Villegas eagled the par-5 fifth hole. He's at one under.
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