McGladrey Classic 2014, PGA Tour

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Robert Streb defeated Brendon de Jonge and Will MacKenzie in a three-way playoff to win the McGladrey Classic at Sea Island on Sunday.
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The victory -- Streb's first on the PGA Tour -- will send him to the Masters in April. Streb, 27, has never played in a major.
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Streb celebrates his playoff victory with his wife Maggie.
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Streb shot a 7-under 63 on Sunday, rallying from five shots behind at the start of the final round.
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Streb made the last of his 10 birdies on the second extra hole, the par-3 17th, to eliminate de Jonge.
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Zimbabwe's Brendon de Jonge closed with a 5-under 65 on Sunday to put himself in contention for the title.
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54-hole co-leader Will MacKenzie plays a bunker shot on the first playoff hole.
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MacKenzie had a chance to win during regulation but stumbled with a bogey on 16, recovered with a birdie on 17 and saved par on 18 to enter the playoff.
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Russell Henley hits a shot from under a tree on the 7th hole. Henley closed with a 1-under 69 to finish in a tie for fourth, two shots off the lead at 12 under.
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Defending champion Chris Kirk fired a 3-under 67 Sunday to join Henley at 12 under.
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Will MacKenzie is the co-leader at the McGladrey Classic after three rounds at 12-under.
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MacKenzie shot a 65 on Saturday to get to 12-under for the tournament.
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MacKenzie shares the lead with Andrew Svoboda, who shot his third-straight 66 on Saturday.
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Svoboda is at 12-under for the tournament.
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Russell Henley followed his 63 on Friday with a 68 on Saturday.
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Henley is one shot behind at 11-under.
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There are five golfers tied at 9-under. Andrew Putnam shot a 66 on Saturday and is in the group tied for fourth.
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Brendon de Jonge shot a Saturday 69 to get to 9-under for the tournament.
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De Jonge has shot 68-64-69 for the tournament.
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Fabian Gomez shot a 68 to get into the group tied at 9-under.
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Chris Kirk shot a 66 to shoot up the leaderboard and currently sits at 9-under.
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Stewart Cink's Saturday 63 shot him 37 spots up the leaderboard into a tie for fourth-place.
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Long-hitting Tony Finau shot a 67 on Saturday and enters Sunday in 27th place.
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Georgia native Russell Henley took the lead with eight birdies and a lone bogey during his 7-under 63 in the second round. He was born in Macon, and graduated from the University of Georgia with an economics degree in 2011.
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Henley is angling for his third PGA Tour victory. He's won the 2014 The Honda Classic and 2013 Sony Open.
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First-round leader Brian Harmon was a shot back of Russell Henley after his second-round 67.
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Brendon de Jonge was tied with Brian Harmon at 8-under, a shot behind Russell Henley, after two rounds.
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Will Mackenzie shot a 2-under 68 to follow a first-round 65 and get to 7-under, two shots back of the lead headed to the weekend.
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Ryder Cup team member Matt Kuchar stayed in the hunt with a second-round 70. He's -3, seven shots off the lead.
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Georgia-born Chris Kirk, the defending champion, shot a 3-under 67 and is four back of the lead at -5.
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Erik Compton's second-round 70 kept him at -5, four shots behind the leader.
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Andrew Svoboda's second consecutive 66 got him to 8-under and a tie for second headed to the weekend.
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THURSDAY Brian Harman fired a five-under 65 to grab a share of the lead with three other players after the first round of the McGladrey Classic.
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Former U.S. Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III is competing this week at Sea Island.
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Love was one over on Thursday
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Webb Simpson shot a 67 to get within two of the lead.
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Padraig Harrington had a 71 on day one.
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Sam Saunders, who is the grandson of Arnold Palmer, shot a 72.
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Nick Taylor struggled to a 73.
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Mark Wilson casts a shadow on the McGladrey Classic sign on the 16th tee.
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Sung Joon Park is one back after an opening-round 66.
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Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano was even par on the day.