Texas Open 2013, PGA Tour, TPC San Antonio

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Rory McIlroy didn't win the Valero Texas Open, but he did turn in his best finish of the year. He shot a final-round 66 to finish alone in second place.
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McIlroy rang up eight birdies against two bogeys on Sunday.
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Martin Laird fired a 63, the lowest round of the week, to win the Texas Open for his first title of the year. The win also got Laird into the Masters.
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Billy Horschel shot a 71 to tie for third.
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Charley Hoffman shot a 69 to tie for third.
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Padraig Harrington shot a 70 and tied for 10th.
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Rory McIlroy shot a one-under 71 Saturday to finish four shots off the lead.
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McIlroy made four birdies and three bogeys.
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Billy Horschel has a two-shot lead heading into the final round. Horschel is still seeking his first PGA Tour win.
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"I'm as confident as I've ever been, and I feel just as good as anyone else in the world right now,'' Horschel said.
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Jim Furyk is two strokes back after a three-under 69.
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Charley Hoffman is also tied for second after a two-under 70.
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Padraig Harrington moved into contention with a two-under 70.
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Retief Goosen shot himself out of the tournament with an eight-over 80.
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Rory McIlroy birdied the last three holes Friday to move into contention at the Texas Open.
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McIlroy made seven birdies and two bogeys to match the low round of the day, a five-under 67.
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"It was a good way to finish,'' McIlroy said. "It will definitely make dinner taste a little nicer."
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Billy Horschel birdied the last two holes to build a two-shot lead heading into the weekend.
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Matt Kuchar's tee shot fell into a spectator's bag on the 18th hole. He saved par to finish with a two-under 70.
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Charl Schwartzel struggled to a one-over 73.
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Ian Poulter barely made the cut after a three-over 75.
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John Daly missed the cut after rounds of 76-70.
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K.J. Choi shot a bogey-free 67 to finish three shots off the lead.
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Matt Bettencourt escaped from trouble on No. 12, but he only managed a one-over 73.
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Rory McIlroy opened with an even-par 72 in the first round of the Texas Open.
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McIlroy's round included four birdies and four bogeys.
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Having started on the back nine, he made three straight bogeys at the 18th, 1st and 2nd holes.
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McIlroy made a last-minute decision to play this week in San Antonio in an attempt to get more reps in before next week's Masters.
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Padraig Harrington opened with a four-under 68 to finish one behind leader Matt Bettencourt.
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Harrington has only one top 10 this season.
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Harrington has not won since taking his third major at the 2008 PGA Championship.
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Justin Leonard also shot a 72.
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Matt Kuchar struggled to a two-over 74.
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Martin Laird was two under on day one.
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Brandt Jobe shot a 74.
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Jordan Spieth finished with a 71.
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Jason Gore had a 69.
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Jimmy Walker shot a 71.