2014 Valspar Championship

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42-year-old Aussie John Senden ended a seven-year PGA Tour victory drought with a late rally in the final round of the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook.
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Senden plays a shot from the 18th fairway. "If I could just stay in the moment, I knew I was swinging well enough to give it a shake," said Senden, whose victory earned him a spot in the Masters next month.
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Kevin Na reacts after missing a long birdie putt on the final hole that would have forced a playoff.
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A slow play controversy shook up Saturday's third round, as Na and playing partner Robert Garrigus were put on the clock by the 7th hole, though neither received penalties. “It ain’t fair playing with Kevin Na,” said Robert Garrigus’ caddie, Brent Henley after the round. Na closed with a 72 on Sunday.
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Scott Langley, the only player who shot par or better all four days, finished third at 5-under.
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Will MacKenzie assesses a putt. Rounds of 68 and 69 on the weekend helped the two-time Tour-winner to a T4 finish at 4-under.
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Luke Donald closed with a 70 to finish T4, extending his streak of consecutive Top 6 finishes at Innisbrook to four. He won the Transitions Championship at Innisbrook in 2012.
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A pair of double bogeys on the front nine sent 54-hole leader Robert Garrigus tumbling down the leaderboard. His 4-over 75 on Sunday dropped him to T4.
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Justin Rose of England shakes hands with winner John Senden following the final round. The reigning U.S. Open champion started the day in the Top 5, but a five bogeys on Sunday dropped him to T8.
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An osprey snatches an unlucky fish from the Copperhead course.
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Robert Garrigus plays a shot out of the pine straw on the 605-yard fifth hole. He birdied the hole on the way to a third-round 70, good for a one-shot lead over Kevin Na.
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John Senden considers his options on the 18th hole of his third-round 64 at Innisbrook. Senden and Retief Goosen shared honors for the low round of the day. Senden heads to Sunday at -6, two shots back of leader Robert Garrigus.
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Matteo Manassero, of Italy, hits his tee shot on the sixth hole during his third-round 71. He finished the day -3, five shots back of the lead.
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Justin Rose chips onto the 17th green.
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Will MacKenzie watches his shot on the sixth hole at Innisbrook. The former snowboarder shot 68 and is six shots back of the lead.
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Justin Rose hits a shot on the 17th hole during his third-round 69. That got him to -5, alone in fourth and three shots back of leader Robert Garrigus.
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Kevin Na hits a tee shot on the sixth hole.
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Robert Garrigus plays a shot on the tenth hole. He was bogey free until making a five on the 12th hole. He also bogeyed 18 to finish +2 on the back nine.
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Kevin Na heads toward the fourth tee. Na carded a 68 in the third round as he and Robert Garrigus were put on the clock for slow play. Neither was penalized.
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Robert Garrigus assesses a putt on the 16th green during his second-round 66, which was the low round of the day. Garrigus was at -7, three shots ahead of Kevin Na.
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Jason Dufner (left) and Brandt Snedeker wait to play their shots on the sixth hole. Both finished +3 and made the cut on the number.
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Robert Garrigus watches his tee shot on the 17th hole.
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Pat Perez hits a tee shot on the sixth hole during the second round of the Valspar Championship. He shot 71 to get to -3, four shots back of Robert Garrigus headed to the weekend.
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Jim Furyk tees off on the ninth hole during his second-round 69. He was -2 headed to the weekend.
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John Merrick watches his tee shot on the sixth hole. Merrick shot 70 and was one of five players at -2.
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John Daly hits a shot on the seventh green. Long John shot a career-worst 90 that included a 12 on the 16th hole.
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Justin Rose tosses his club after missing a putt on the seventh green. He shot a second-round 68 that left him -3, four shots back of Robert Garrigus.
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Kevin Na follows through after an approach shot on the seventh hole. Na shot 68 and was alone in second place at -4, three shots back of the lead.
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Matteo Manassero follows the flight of his tee shot on the 11th hole during the second round. He shot 70 and was -3, four shots back of leader Robert Garrigus.
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Michael Putnam checks out a club on the 15th hole in the second round.
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Matt Every fought through tough conditions at Innisbrook in Thursday's opening round of the Valspar Championship and emerged with a 3-under 68, good enough for a share of the lead with Pat Perez, Greg Chalmers and Danny Lee. "I would have been satisfied with 2 over today," Every told the Associated Press after his round. "It was tough. This morning you couldn't feel your hands. The wind was brutal."
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Robert Garrigus assesses the wind. He shot a 69, tied for fifth at 2-under, one stroke off the lead.
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Michael Putnam opened with three birdies on his first five holes and then lost his putting stroke, finishing at 2-under.
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Bill Haas is looking for his first win since the 2013 AT&T National last June. He fired a 2-under 69, tied for fifth with six other golfers.
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Rory Sabbatini finished T12 at 1-under. "I didn't strike the ball particularly well today, and in these conditions, you have to accept that you're going to make a lot of mistakes out there," Sabbatini said. "I did, and I was very fortunate that I managed to get myself around the greens."
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A mustachioed Ben Crane (T12 at 1-under) surveys his putt.
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Last year at Innisbrook, Jordan Spieth saved par on the final hole to finish T7, which gave him enough money for special temporary membership on the PGA Tour. In Thursday's opening round, he birdied four of his first seven holes but limped through back nine to finish T26 at even par.
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Harris English is looking for his second PGA Tour win of the season, his first coming in late 2013 at the OHL Classic at Mayakoba. He shot a 1-over 72.
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Three bogeys cancelled out two birdies and left Brandt Snedeker with a 1-over 72.
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Graham DeLaet looked ready for the cold weather, but his game didn't hold up. He finished near the bottom of the leaderboard at 4-over, T115.