RBC Heritage 2014, Photos, PGA Tour

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Matt Kuchar, fired a 7-under 64 on Sunday to come from four strokes back to win the 2014 RBC Heritage at Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, S.C.
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Kuchar, poses with his family after the victory, his seventh on the PGA Tour.
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Kuchar, birdied seven of his first ten holes, but the pivotal moment came on the final hole after Kuchar had three-putted from within four feet to bogey No. 17 and fall into a tie with Luke Donald atop the leaderboard.
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Kuchar, holed his bunker shot to birdie the hole and regain a one-stroke lead over Donald.
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Kuchar, celebrates the chip-in that won him the tournament this year.
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54-hole-leader Luke Donald, had a few chances to catch Kuchar and force a playoff, none better than on No. 17. His birdie putt ran an inch to the right of the hole.
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Donald, tees off on the iconic No. 18 at Harbour Town. He would par the hole to finish with a 2-under 69, good enough to stay in second place at 10-under, one stroke back of Kuchar.
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South Carolina native and Clemson University graduate Ben Martin, didn't disappoint the local fans. He finished T3 at 9-under.
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John Huh, shot a 3-under 8 to finish T3 with Martin.
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Masters sensation Jordan Spieth, finished strong, carding a 4-under 67 to jump 22 spots up the leaderboard to T12 at 4-under.
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Luke Donald, shot a five-under 66 to take the lead Saturday at Harbour Town.
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Donald, was two clear of the field by the end of the day.
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He, had six birdies and an eagle on Saturday.
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Charl Schwartzel, on the iconic 18th hole.
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Schwartzel, shot a three-under 68.
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Nicholas Thompson, had the lead at one point but finished two back.
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Jordan Spieth, had a 70 to get back to even par.
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Matt Kuchar, had another strong round Saturday.
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Kuchar, shot a 70 to get to four under.
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First-round leader Matt Kuchar, got off to a rough start Friday, making double bogey at the 4th and 6th holes.
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Play was suspended due to inclement weather shortly thereafter.
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Kuchar found shelter from the rain outside a house on the course.
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K.J. Choi fired a four-under 67 early Friday.
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With other players falling back due to the weather, Choi found himself in the lead when play was called.
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Jordan Spieth also struggled in round 2.
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Spieth shot a three-over 74 to drop to one over.
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Tom Watson shot a 73, one better than Spieth, his playing partner.
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Luke Donald fired a 69 to get within two of K.J. Choi.
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Robert Allenby came in second at four under.
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Thursday Matt Kuchar got off to a hot start at Harbour Town, firing a five-under 66 to tie for the lead.
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Kuchar is coming off a strong performance at last week's Masters.
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Two weeks ago he lost in a playoff at the Shell Houston Open.
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20-year-old Jordan Spieth had a solid day one.
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Spieth came close to becoming the youngest Masters winner ever last week but finished second.
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U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson played alongside Spieth on Thursday.
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Watson is scouting players for the U.S. team.
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Luke Donald was two over on the front nine.
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Brandt Snedeker shot a one-over 72.
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Defending champion Graeme McDowell opened with a 71.