2014 FedEx St. Jude Classic

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Ben Crane won the FedEx St. Jude Classic on Sunday, leading wire to wire to secure his fifth PGA Tour victory and his first since 2011.
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Crane celebrates with his caddie, Joel Stock, after his final putt drops.
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Crane chips out of a bunker on the 18th hole. He would two-putt for bogey to finish at 10-under 270.
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Crane didn't play particularly well on Sunday, but his birdie-free, 1-over 73 was just enough to stay atop the leaderboard.
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Troy Merrit shot a a 1-under 71 to finish second, a stroke behind Crane.
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In his final round before the U.S. Open, Phil Mickelson faded on the back nine and turned in his worst round of the tournament, an even par 72 that dropped him back to T11.
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Ben Crane hits an approach to the second hole during the third round of the St. Jude Classic. Crane had to wait more than 28 hours between finishing his second round and beginning his third. He played six holes in the third round before play was suspended and was -13, four shots ahead of Troy Merritt.
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Troy Merritt lets go of his driver after hitting his tee shot on the first hole of the third round. Merritt (-9) was alone in second place, four shots behind Ben Crane when play was suspended.
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Crane birdied his first hole of the third round. He has four career PGA Tour victories. The last came in 2011 at the McGladrey Classic.
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Camilo Villegas waits for his turn to putt on the 16th green while finishing his second round Saturday. He shot 64. He was +1 through six holes of the third round and was -7, six shots behind Ben Crane.
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Phil Mickelson hits an approach shot to the 17th green during the finish of his second round. Mickelson will be -5, eight shots off the lead, when he resumes his third round Sunday.
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Phil Mickelson tips his hat to the crowd as he walks down the 15th fairway. He is playing in his 500th career PGA Tour event.
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Retief Goosen chips onto the 16th green while finishing his second round Saturday. He shot 66 and was T4, six shots behind Ben Crane, when play was suspended.
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Ben Crane lays into a tee shot on the third hole during his second-round 65. Crane, -12, led Carl Pettersson and Jason Bohn by six shots when play was suspended in the second round.
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Jason Bohn uses some body english after hitting his drive on the fifth hole. Bohn was -6, six shots back of the lead, through 16 holes when play was suspended.
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John Daly putts on the 12th green during a 67 in the second round. Daly finished his round and was -1, T39. The projected cut was even par when play was suspended.
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Carl Pettersson (-6) was tied for second when play was suspended in the second round. He was -3 in his second round with one hole left to play.
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Ben Crane hits out of a bunker on No. 18. He bogeyed the hole, his only one in the round.
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Ian Poulter walks the 12th fairway during his second round. Poulter was was -3 and tied for 11th with one hole left to play in the second round.
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Graeme McDowell made one bogey on his way to a 68 in the second round. He was -3, tied for 11th.
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Chesson Hadley hits his tee shot on the fifth hole. Hadley shot 69 and was tied for seventh at -4, eight shots back.
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Billy Horschel kept himself in contention with a second-round 68. He ended the day -5, seven shots back of Ben Crane.
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Ben Crane hits an approach shot from the 17th fairway. "I started to feel like I was a little more in control of my ball, just felt like I was tightening my draws and fades a little bit," he said. "I had access to some holes I haven't this year and so gosh, it's been an incredible two days."
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Davis Love III rips his tee shot on the the 18th hole. He shot even-par 70 and was -5, tied for fourth, seven shots behind Ben Crane.
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Ben Crane blasts from the bunker and onto the fourth green during his first-round 63. Crane led by two shots with a handful of players still on the course when play was suspended by darkness.
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Ben Crane watches his tee shot on the fourth hole.
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Peter Malnati hits an approach shot on the sixth hole during the first round of the St. Jude Classic. He parred the hole and shot a 5-under 65.
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John Daly waits out the weather delay at TPC Southwind. He finished with a 2-over 72.
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Billy Horschel hits a tee shot on the 12th hole. Horschel, -5, was two shots back of leader Ben Crane with two holes to play when the round was suspended by darkness.
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Peter Malnati follows through on his tee shot at the 18th hole. Malnati made six birdies and one bogey in his round of 65.
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Phi Mickelson signs autographs for fans at TPC Southwind following his opening round. He birdied three of his final four holes. "I've been struggling with finishing the round strong," he said. "I had a good round last week on Thursday and then played poorly. To birdie three of the last four made it a great round. That's exactly what I need to do."
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Phil Mickelson hits a tee shot on the 18th hole during his opening-round 68. "I did exactly what I need to do and some momentum that I need heading into the U.S. Open," he said. "Tomorrow's round, the same thing. Finish strong and play a good round."
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Phil Mickelson chips onto the green on the 11th hole. He got up and down for a par.
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Dustin Johnson was within striking distance after a 2-under 68 in the first round, five shots off the lead.
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Retief Goosen hits a tee shot on the second hole during his first-round 66. He made one of his six birdies at the second and finished 4-under, three shots off the lead.