2014 Wells Fargo Championship

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J.B. Holmes shot a 1-under 71 on Sunday to secure a one-shot victory at the Wells Fargo Championship at Quail Hollow, saving bogey on the final hole to avoid a playoff with Jim Furyk.
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Holmes celebrates with his wife Erica.
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It was the 32-year-old Holmes' third PGA Tour victory and his first since having brain surgery to correct structural defects in his cerebellum in 2011.
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The gallery reacts to Holmes' birdie attempt on the sixth green.
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It was a rough day for Phil Mickelson. He entered the final round just two strokes back of Holmes, but three bogeys and a double bogey dropped him back to T11 at 7-under.
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Lefty tips his cap to the fans surrounding the 18th hole.
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Jim Furyk celebrates his eagle on the 15th hole. Furyk finished second at 13-under, one stroke back of Holmes.
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Martin Flores closed with a 72, good enough for third place at 12-under, the best finish of his PGA Tour career.
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Jason Bohn slams his club into the turf after splashing his tee shot on the 17th. Bohn would double bogey the hole and fall to fourth at 11-under.
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Rory McIlroy reacts to his tee shot on the par-4 3rd. While celebrating his 25th birthday, McIlroy shot a 2-under 70 to finish T8, six strokes back of Holmes. "I'm in the top 10 every week and it is fine, it's whatever. But it's not wins," said McIlroy after his round.
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A fan greets Mickelson at Quail Hollow on Saturday.
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Phil Mickelson on the third tee on Saturday. He shot 63.
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Martin Flores made just one bogey Friday on the way to a second-round 68 and a share of the lead at 9-under.
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A day after shooting 80, Brendon de Jonge tied the course record with a 62. He was 2-under, seven shots off the lead.
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U.S. Open champion Justin Rose shot 67 Friday and was within a shot of the lead at 8-under.
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Martin Flores lines up his shot on the 17th green.
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Justin Rose hits his tee shot on the 17th hole.
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Martin Kaymer kept himself in contention with his second consecutive 69. He was 6-under headed to Saturday.
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Phil Mickelson hits his tee shot on the eighth hole. Phil followed his first round 67 with a 75 and was -2, seven shots back of the lead.
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A course worker (left) is attended to after being hit by a Phil Mickelson drive on the fifth hole.
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Rory McIlroy blasts out of the pine straw in the second round. McIlroy shot 76 and made the cut on the number.
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First-round leader Angel Cabrera shot a 69 and maintained a share of the lead with Martin Flores at 9-under.
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Angel Cabrera chips on the 16th hole during his 66 at Quail Hollow in the first round of the Wells Fargo Championship. Cabrera made just one bogey and led Phil Mickelson and Martin Flores by a shot.
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Vijay Singh played bogey-free golf to shoot a 3-under 69 in the first round. He trailed Angel Cabrera by three.
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Angel Cabrera plumb-bobs a putt on the 15th hole. The two-time major champion made seven birdies in his round.
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Stewark Cink was two shots back of leader Angel Cabrera after a first-round 68.
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Rory McIlroy shot a 3-under 69 and was within three shots of the lead after the first round.
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Phil Mickelson hits a shot from the rough on the seventh hole during his opening-round 67. He finished the day a shot back of leader Angel Cabrera.
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Phil Mickelson jokes with the caddies of playing partners Lee Westwood and Justin Rose.
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Phil Mickelson hits out of a bunker on the 14th hole.
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Justin Rose was three shots back of the lead after crafting a first-round 69.
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Webb Simpson watches his drive on the fourth tee during his opening-round 68, good for a tie for fourth, two shots behind Angel Cabrera.