John Deere Classic 2014 PGA Tour

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Brian Harman held off Zach Johnson to secure a one-shot victory at the 2014 John Deere Classic at TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois.
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The victory was the 27-year-old's first in 88 starts on the PGA Tour and earned him the final exemption to next week's British Open.
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Harman celebrates with his fiance Kelly Van Slyke on the 18th green.
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Harman made three straight birdies on the 14th, 15th and 16th to pull away from Johnson.
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Harman finished with a 5-under 66 for a 22-under-262 total.
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Johnson reacts to missing a birdie putt on the 12th hole. His bogey-free, 7-under 64 left him one stroke behind Harman.
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Jhonattan Vegas birdied his final two holes to shoot a 65 and finish tied for third, three strokes off the lead.
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Jerry Kelly fired a 66 to join Vegas in third.
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Defending champion Jordan Spieth finished strong, carding 67-66 on the weekend to move into a tie for seventh place.
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Steve Stricker started the day just one stroke behind 54-hole leader Harman, but the tree-time tournament winner fell off the pace with a double bogey on the 12th. His 1-over 72 dropped him to T11.
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SATURDAY Steve Stricker shot up the leaderboard Saturday, shooting a seven-under 64 that included birdies on his last two holes.
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Stricker will start the final round one shot back in his attempt for a fourth John Deere title.
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Brian Harman is in sole possession of the lead at 17 under.
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Harman eagled 17 and followed it with a bogey on 18.
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Starting the day tied for the lead, Zach Johnson couldn't keep up with the frantic pace.
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He shot a 69 to fall three shots back.
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A view of the fifth green at TPC Deere Run.
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Jordan Spieth went four under on the day but also couldn't keep up with the lead.
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William McGirt shot a two-under 69.
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Johnson Wagner is four back after a third-round 69.
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FRIDAY Zach Johnson shot a 67 in the second round to maintain a share of the lead after 36 holes.
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Johnson had seven birdies on Friday.
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He won this event in 2012.
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William McGirt shot a 66 to tie Johnson for the lead.
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McGirt has never won on the PGA Tour.
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Jordan Spieth made up for a mediocre opening round with a 64 on Friday.
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Spieth's only Tour win was at the 2013 John Deere.
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Steve Stricker is within three of the lead after firing a 65 in the second round.
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Stricker has won this event three times.
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Justin Hicks shot a 70.
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THURSDAY Zach Johnson was tied for the lead after shooting an eight-under 63 at the John Deere Classic.
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Johnson won the 2012 edition of the John Deere.
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Jordan Spieth is the defending champion this week.
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His victory last year was the first Tour win of his career.
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Spieth opened with a 71.
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Three-time John Deere champion Steve Stricker shot a 68.
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Veteran David Duval had a horrible day, finishing with an 81.
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Ryan Moore shot a five-under 66.
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Todd Hamilton was one back at seven under.
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Jerry Kelly had a 66.