2013 Zurich Classic of New Orleans

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Billy Horschel poured in a long birdie putt on the 18th hole to win the Zurich Classic by one shot.
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It was the first career PGA Tour title for the 26-year-old Horschel.
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Horschel became the sixth first-time winner on Tour this season.
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D.A. Points battled Horschel all day long, but fell one shot short.
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Fourteen-year-old Tianlang Guan shot a 74 and finished 71st.
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Play was delayed twice in the final round because of storms.
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Lucas Glover took a two-shot lead into the final round, but shot a 71 and tied for fourth.
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Local qualifier Ken Looper shot a 70 and tied for 21st.
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Boo Weekley shot a 68 and tied for sixth.
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Jason Dufner, the defending champion, shot a 72 and tied for 42nd.
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Kyle Stanley shot a 67 and finished alone in third.
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Lucas Glover birdied the par-5 18th to grab a two-shot lead heading into the final round.
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Guan Tianlang made the cut, but he's now in last place after a third-round 77.
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Rickie Fowler made three birdies and a bogey for a 71.
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Jason Dufner made seven birdies and two bogeys for a five-under 67.
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Boo Weekley is four shots back after a one-over 73.
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Ricky Barnes moved back into contention with a bogey-free 66.
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Henrik Norlander shot a seven-under 65.
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Two weeks after making the cut at the Masters, Guan Tianlang shot a three-under 69 to easily make the cut at the Zurich Classic.
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Lucas Glover shot a five-under 67 to grab a one-shot lead over Boo Weekley heading into the weekend.
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Bubba Watson made eight birdies and a bogey to move into contention.
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Ernie Els is four shots back after a three-under 69.
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Jason Dufner made the cut on the number.
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Keegan Bradley missed his second cut of the season.
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Camilo Villegas missed the cut after rounds of 73 and 72.
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Rickie Fowler made five bogeys and four birdies for a 73.
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Nick Watney shot a three-under 69 to remain in the hunt.
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Justin Rose is five shots back after a 69.
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David Toms, an LSU grad, made four birdies and no bogeys to make the cut.
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Ricky Barnes opened with a 64 on Thursday, but he followed it up with a dismal 76 on Friday.
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Tianlang Guan, the 14-year-old Chinese amateur who made the cut at the Masters, started his day with a bogey on the first hole (pictured). But he steadied himself and finished the day with an even-par 72
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Rickie Fowler made his lone bogey of the day on the 15th hole and shot a five-under 67 to trail by three shots.
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Ricky Barnes fired an eight-under 64 to grab the early lead in New Orleans.
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Barnes birdied six of the final eight holes on the back nine.
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Jason Dufner shot a two-under 70 while playing alongside Bubba Watson, who opened with a one-over 73.
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Nick Watney opened with four birdies, one bogey, and a three-under 69.
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Charlie Beljan fired a five-under 67 on Thursday.
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Matt Every opened with a four-under 68.
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D.A. Points started fast with a six-under 66.