Ryan Moore shot his second consecutive 67 to finish -17 and successfully defend his CIMB Classic title in Kuala Lumpur. Moore finished three shots ahead of Gary Woodland, Kevin Na and Sergio Garcia.
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Moore made eight birdies in his final-round 67.
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Moore is the first player to successfully defend a title on the PGA Tour since Tiger Woods at the Arnold Palmer Invitation in 2013.
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Gary Woodland, who lost to Moore in a playoff in last year's CIMB Classic, was one of three players to finish second, three shots back.
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Sang-Moon Bae continued his strong start to the season with a tie for fifth at -12, five shots behind Ryan Moore. Bae won the season-opening Frys.com Open last month.
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Kevin Na's caddie climbed a tree in search of a missing shot at the 16th hole.
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50-year-old Davis Love III shot a 68 Sunday to earn a top-10 finish. He finished tied for eighth at -10.
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Kevin Na shot a 2-under 70 in the final round to finish among the group in second, three shots behind Ryan Moore.
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Sergio Garcia finished tied for second after his final-round 69.
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Australian Cameron Smith finished tied for fifth at -12.
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Sergio Garcia enjoyed some fan support during a third-round 68 that got him within a shot of leaders Kevin Na and Ryan Moore.
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Defending champion Ryan Moore is in good position to repeat after shooting a 67 in the second round. He's tied for the lead with Kevin Na, a shot ahead of Sergio Garcia and Billy Hurley III.
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Ryan Moore didn't like this approach shot -- but he hit enough good ones to card seven birdies during the round.
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Sergio Garcia of Spain lines up his putt on the first green. He made it, one of four birdies on the front.
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Second-round leader Billy Hurley III is a shot back after his third-round 71.
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Angelo Que of the Philippines was T9, four shots back, after his third-round 69.
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Kevin Na shot a bogey-free 67 to earn a share of the lead headed to the final round.
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Billy Hurley III jumps to get a better look at a pin location.
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Kevin Streelman shot a 1-under 71 in the third round and was tied for fifth, three shots back.
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Danny Lee of New Zealand is one of many international players in the field. He enters the final round T18, seven shots back.
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Patrick Reed's caddie climbed a palm tree to retrieve Reed's ball on the 10th hole during the second round. Reed shot a second consecutive 2-under 70 and was T18th, six shots back of leader Billy Hurley III.
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Billy Hurley III is -10 after his second straight 67 in Malaysia. He leads Kevin Streelman by two shots in the event, which is co-sanctioned by the PGA Tour and Asian Tour.
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Ryan Moore shot a 69 and is three shots back at -7.
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Sergio Garcia is three shots out of the lead after his second-round 68.
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Paul Casey plays an approach shot to the 18th green at the Kuala Lumpur Golf & Country Club. He shot 68 and is -3, seven back of the lead.
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Seung-Yul Noh is three behind leader Kevin Streelman after his second-round 69.
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Kevin Streelman played bogey-free golf to match his first-round score of 68.
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Rikard Karlberg birdied the final two holes to card a 7-under 65 and lead Billy Hurley III, Brian Stuard and Angelo Que by two shots after the first round of the CIMB Classic in Kuala Lumpur. Kalberg, from Sweden, is playing in his third PGA Tour event.
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50-year-old Davis Love III shot a 4-under 68 in the opening round of his first CIMB Classic.
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Lee Westwood, who won a European Tour event on the same course earlier this year, opened with an even-par 72.
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At fourth in the Official World Golf Rankings, Sergio Garcia is the highest-ranked player in the field this week. He was T13 after a 69 in the first round.
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Morgan Hoffman dealt with some heavily bunkered portions of the Kuala Lumpur Golf and Country Club during his opening-round 72.
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