Byron Nelson Championship 2013 PGA Tour

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Sang-Moon Bae shot a 69 to pass overnight leader Keegan Bradley and win the Byron Nelson Championship by two shots.
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Bae celebrated his first win on the PGA Tour. He had previously won 11 titles around the world.
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Bae surged to a four-shot lead midway through the round, but eventually Keegan Bradley (background, in red) pulled even.
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Bradley shot a one-over 72 and finished two shots behind Bae.
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Bradley made three bogeys and one birdie in the final round.
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Scott Piercy shot a 72 and finished tied for fifth.
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Keegan Bradley shot a two-under 68 for a one-shot lead heading into the final round.
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Bradley made five birdies and three bogeys.
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Sang-Moon Bae is one shot back after a third-straight 66.
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Tom Gillis holed a bunker shot for birdie on 18 to finish two strokes off the lead.
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Angel Cabrera shot even par.
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A day after setting the course record, Keegan Bradley shot a one-under 69 for a three-shot lead heading into the weekend.
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Guan Tianlang, 14, missed the cut after a 77 on Friday.
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Defending champion Jason Dufner made the cut on the number.
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John Huh moved into contention with a six-under 64.
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Keegan Bradley put together one of the rounds of the year Thursday, firing a 10-under 60.
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Bradley had 10 birdies and an eagle on the day.
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His score was more impressive considering that he also made two bogeys.
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2011 Masters champ Charl Schwartzel was in second after a 63.
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Schwartzel had no blemishes on his scorecard in the first round.
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Defending champion Jason Dufner was even par on the day.
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Matt Kuchar shot a one-under 69.
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Angel Cabrera, who finished second to Adam Scott at the Masters, shot a 65.
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Ryuji Imada was one over.
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Martin Kaymer shot a two-under 68.