Nick Watney dropped out of the lead with back-to-back bogeys on Nos. 3 and 4.
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Ken Duke shot a front-nine 32 and briefly held the lead.
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Watney averaged 27 putts per round during the Zurich Classic.
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Mark Calcavecchia fought back problems all weekend to finish tied for fifth.
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Watney holed out for eagle on No. 5 to tie Duke for the lead. "I hit a good drive and a wedge that was it looked good, but I didn't know you definitely need some luck to hole a shot," Watney said. "I think it was my week."
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Duke made bogeys on Nos. 14 and 18 to drop out of the lead. "I knew if I could get it to one coming to 18 I thought I had a chance, but he had two on me, and he played smart, and that's what you've got to do," Duke said.
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Rookie Anthony Kim, 21, fired a 65 to finish tied for third. "I was so far back I really didn't have anything to lose, and I just fired at some pins and it worked out today," Kim said.
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Jeff Maggert needed an explosion shot to get out of a bunker on No. 2. He made par and finished tied for 11th.
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After putting out for the win, Watney gave a hug to close friend Rusty "Hoss" Uresti. "It feels great," Watney said. "I mean, I'm living a dream right now. It's been a goal for a long time, and I'm on cloud nine."
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