Open 2014 PGA Tour

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South Korea's Sang-moon Bae shot a 1-over 73 on Sunday, good enough for a two-shot victory at the Open, the 2014-15 wraparound season opener.
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Bae acknowledges the crowd on the 18th green after securing the title.
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Bae hugs his caddie. The victory is the 28-year-old Bae's second on the PGA Tour. His first came at last year's HP Byron Nelson Championship in May.
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"There's always pressure on Sunday because other players behind me are charging, so I tried to maintain my focus and play my own game," Bae said.
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Bae really won the tournament on Saturday afternoon, when he fired a 7-under 65 to grab a four-shot lead heading into the final round.
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Steven Bowditch of Australia closed with a 5-under 67 to finish in solo second, two shots back of Bae.
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Hunter Mahan, one of four Ryder Cuppers in the field, shot a 2-under 70 to finish in a five-way tie for third at 12 under.
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Hideki Matsuyama of Japan closed with back-to-back birdies to join the group at 12 under.
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After grabbing the 36-hole lead, Scotland's Martin Laird shot 71-71 on the weekend to fall off the pace. He finished T3 at 12 under.
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Bryce Molder, the 2011 Open champion, dropped six back-nine birdies to get to 12 under.
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Sang-Moon Bae fired a 7-under 65 on Saturday to open up a 4-shot lead after the third round of the Open.
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PGA Tour rookie Zachary Blair shot a 69 and will join Bae in the final group on Sunday.
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Matt Kuchar eagled the par-4 17th to get to 11 under, five strokes back of Bae.
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Brooks Koepka birdied his final three holes of the afternoon to join Kuchar at 11 under.
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PGA Tour sophomore Scott Langley shot a 69 to move to 11 under.
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36-hole leader Martin Laird carded three bogeys on the front nine to slip into a tie for third at 11 under.
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Hunter Mahan headlines the group at 10 under after a 4-under 68 on Saturday.
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Hideki Matsuyama had a share of the lead but closed his round with back-to-back bogeys to fall back to 10 under.
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Scotland's Martin Laird secured his spot atop the leaderboard with a second consecutive 67. Here he reacts after saving par on the 16th hole. He enters weekend play at 10-under, a shot ahead of Sang-Moon Bae and Zachary Blair.
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Laird made just one bogey during his second-round 67. He made six birdies on the Silverado Country Club North Course.
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First-round leader Andres Gonzales shot a 2-over 74 to drop down the leaderboard into a T22.
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Zachary Blair, playing in his second PGA Tour event, played bogey-free golf on the way to his second-round 66. He was tied for second, a shot back at 9-under after the first two rounds.
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Scott Langley made seven birdies in his second-round 66 and moved into a tie for fourth, two shots behind Martin Laird.
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Hideki Matsuyama shot a bogey-free 67 and was 7-under, three shots back of the lead, headed to the weekend.
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David Lingmerth carded his second consecutive 68, good for a T4, two shots behind the leader.
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Ryder Cupper Matt Kuchar shot a 68 and was -5, tied for 12th, five shots behind the leader.
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Sang-Moon Bae was a shot behind leader Martin Laird after a second-round 69.
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Through two rounds, Brooks Koepka is third in the field in driving distance at 313.6 yards. Jason Kokrak leads at 317.4. Koepka shot 2-under 70 Friday and is 6-under, four shots off the lead.
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Adam Hadwin is five shots off the lead after his second-round 69.
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Andres Gonzales fired a six-under 66 in the first round to tie for the lead at the Open.
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Gonzales carded seven birdies on Silverado Resort's North Course.
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Gonzales has never won on the PGA Tour.
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Sang-Moon Bae also shot a 66 for a share of the lead.
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Lee Westwood shot a 73 on Thursday.
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Westwood was a member of the victorious European Ryder Cup team.
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Aaron Baddeley found some trouble on the ninth hole at Silverado Resort.
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John Huh was one over on day one.
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Stuart Appleby is three back after an opening-round 69.
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Chesson Hadley struggled on Thursday.
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Charles Howell III also failed to crack the difficult North Course.
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Ben Crane is hoping to improve on a disappointing season in 2014.