2012 Travelers Championship

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Marc Leishman shot an eight-under 62 early in the afternoon on Sunday, and his 14 under total held up for his first career PGA Tour victory.
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Leishman's 62 was the lowest final-round score for a Tour winner this season.
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Charley Hoffman had the lead late, but finished double bogey-bogey to lose by one shot.
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Bubba Watson entered the final round four shots off the lead. He shot a 65 to finish one shot behind Leishman.
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Watson was seeking his first victory since winning the Masters in April.
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Brian Davis was tied for the lead entering the final round and was seeking his first career PGA Tour win. He played the back nine in one over and finished two shots behind Leishman.
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Hunter Mahan shot a 61 while playing in the first group of the day. It was the lowest final-round score on Tour this year, and the lowest of Mahan's career.
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Stuart Appleby was in contention entering the final round, but shot 72 to fade to a tie for 18th place.
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On Saturday Brian Davis made seven birdies and one bogey to grab a share of the lead with Roland Thatcher after three rounds.
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Bubba Watson moved into contention with a five-under 65.
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Charley Hoffman made five birdies and three bogeys for his third straight 67.
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Keegan Bradley's round was derailed by a double bogey on the par-5 13th. He shot even par.
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Camilo Villegas shot an even-par 70.
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Fredrik Jacobson started the third round in the lead, but he is three shots back after a 70.
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J.B. Holmes finished off a 62 in the morning, but he ballooned to a 75 in the afternoon.
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Stuart Appleby shot a 67.
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Defending champion Fredrik Jacobson shot a four-under 66 Friday to grab the clubhouse lead before play was suspended due to thunderstorms.
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Webb Simpson is only four shots back after a one-under 69.
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Bubba Watson made three bogeys and two birdies for a one-over 71.
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Despite a double bogey on 17, Zach Johnson shot a five-under 65.
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Keegan Bradley made three birdies and a bogey for a two-under 68.
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At five over par, Patrick Cantlay will need to go low Saturday to make the cut.
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U.S. Open champion Webb Simpson was back in action Thursday, and he continued his good play with a four-under 66.
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Simpson was paired with two other recent major winners, Bubba Watson (pictured) and Keegan Bradley.
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Bradley made three birdies and one bogey for a 68.
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Watson holed out for eagle on the par-4 10th hole on his way to a 66.
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Patrick Cantlay's pro career got off to a rocky start. He made three birdies, three double bogeys and two bogeys for a five-over 75.