Glover beat Jonathan Byrd in a playoff to win his first title since the 2009 U.S. Open.
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Glover gave his mom a great present for Mother's Day.
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Byrd made a birdie on 18 to force a playoff.
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In the playoff, Byrd hit his second shot into a hazard and made bogey, allowing Glover to two-putt for the win.
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At 3:08 p.m., a moment silence was held to remember Seve Ballesteros, who died Saturday after a long battle with brain cancer.
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Sabbatini shot a bogey-free 65, but he missed the playoff by one shot.Rory shot a bogey-free 65, but he missed the playoff by one shot.
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Phil made a run on the front nine, but three back-nine bogeys ended his chances.
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Perez bogeyed the last three holes to drop into a tie for sixth.
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Harrington tied for ninth, but he was nearly disqualified for a rules violation. A fan reported Harrington might have teed off in front of the tee markers on the 13th hole. After an investigation, there wasn't conclusive evidence to prove there was a violation.
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Cink double bogeyed the 18th for a 2-over 74.
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