Travelers Championship 2014 PGA Tour

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Kevin Streelman shot his second-straight 6-under 64 on Sunday to surge past Sergio Garcia and K. J. Choi to win the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands.
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Streelman celebrates with his daughter Sophia.
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Streelman birdied his final seven holes, breaking the record for most consecutive closing birdies by a Tour winner set in 1956.
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"It's probably my favorite nine holes on the PGA Tour," Streelman said after his round.
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Streelman earned $1.12 million for the victory, his second on the PGA Tour.
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K. J. Choi of South Korea fired a 3-under 67 to move into a tie for second place at 14-under.
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Sergio Garcia also shot a 3-under 67 to finish T2 alongside Choi. He has six top-10 finishes in 10 PGA Tour starts this season.
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Garcia chips out of the bunker on the 15th hole.
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Aaron Baddeley of Australia reacts to a missed putt. He fell to fourth at 13-under after shooting a 1-under 69.
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54-hole leader Ryan Moore stumbled through the front nine, carding three bogeys, but recovered with two back-nine birdies. He finished T5 at 12-under.
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Ryan Moore shot a bogey-free 4-under 66 to take a one-shot lead at the Travelers Championship at TPC River Highlands on Saturday.
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Moore, 31, is a three-time Tour winner with four Top 10 finishes in eight career starts in the event. "This is a tournament I really want to win and I know it's a tournament I can win," said Moore after his round.
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Ryan Moore acknowledges the crowd after making eagle on the sixth hole.
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Baddeley chips onto the 15th green.
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Aaron Baddley of Australia carded six birdies en route to a 65 and stands alone in second just one stroke back of Moore.
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Sergio Garcia of Spain matched Baddeley's 65 to move into a tie for third at 11-under.
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Garcia tees off on the first hole at TPC River Highlands.
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Garcia carded four birdies on the back nine.
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After opening with consecutive 65s, K.J. Choi of South Korea worked for a 1-under 69, mixing up five birdies and four bogeys, good enough to stay in third place.
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Choi celebrates after making his birdie putt on the 15th.
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Scott Langley watches his approach shot on the ninth hole during the second round of the Travelers Championship. Langley shot 65 and was -11, a shot ahead of three players tied for second.
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John Daly waits to hit his drive on the 12th tee. He shot 70-68 and made the cut at -2.
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K.J. Choi watches his tee shot on the eighth hole during his second round 65. That was Choi's second consecutive 65, good for a tie for second at -10.
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Two fans have their picture taken on the 18th hole.
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Harris English shot 64 and was one of three players tied for second at -10, a shot back of leader Scott Langley.
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Sergio Garcia hits out of a fairway bunker on the seventh hole. Sergio shot 69 and was -6, five shots off the pace.
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Dustin Johnson putts on the 11th hole during his second round 66. He's alone in ninth, three shots back.
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Dustin Johnson watches his tee shot on the 12th hole.
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Brendan Steele took the lead with an eight-under 62 in the first round at TPC River Highlands.
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Dustin Johnson was four back after a 66.
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Johnson had only one bogey on Thursday.
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Keegan Bradley matched Johnson's 66.
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Bradley is coming off a good performance at the U.S. Open at Pinehurst that saw him finish T4.
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Sergio Garcia was one stroke better at five under.
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Two-time major champion John Daly is in the field this week.
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Daly finished the first round in the middle of the pack at even par.
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Bubba Watson shot a three-under 67.
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Watson is trying to bounce back from a week to forget at Pinehurst.
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Jonas Blixt shot a 70.
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Vijay Singh had a 68 on day one.
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Matt Kuchar was yet another player who finished at four under.
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Zach Johnson hands his putter and golf ball to his caddie on Thursday.