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  1. Jimmy Walker wins hometown Texas Open

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    SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Jimmy Walker made himself right at home on the Texas Open leaderboard Sunday, becoming the first two-time winner this season on the PGA Tour, beating fellow Texan Jordan Spieth by four strokes.

  2. Jimmy Walker leads hometown Texas Open by four

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    SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Jimmy Walker opened a four-stroke lead over fellow Texan Jordan Spieth, shooting 3-under 69 on Saturday in his hometown Texas Open.

  3. Jimmy Walker takes lead in Texas Open, his hometown event

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    SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Jimmy Walker enjoyed a neighborly stroll at TPC San Antonio after a 35-minute drive from his suburban home. Walker shot 5-under 67 on Friday in the Texas Open to take a one-stroke lead.

    Texas Open leader Jimmy Walker reacts to his par putt on the ninth hole at TPC San Antonio, a 35-minute drive from his home.
  4. Charley Hoffman takes lead in wind-swept Texas Open

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    SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Charley Hoffman took advantage of calmer afternoon conditions to take the first-round lead in the wind-swept Texas Open, shooting 5-under 67.

    Charley Hoffman takes advantage of calmer afternoon conditions for the lone bogey-free round in San Antonio.
  5. Ex-Gator Every repeats as Arnold Palmer winner at Bay Hill

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    ORLANDO — Matt Every had a tongue-in-cheek response when he heard Tiger Woods was not ready to play the Arnold Palmer Invitational this year. He said he told Woods, "Don't worry, man, I'll hold it down for you until you get back."

    The former Gator did that and more.

    Matt Every successfully defends his Arnold Palmer Invitational title for his second PGA Tour win and a second trip to the Masters. He shoots 6-under 66 for a one-shot win over Henrik Stenson.
  6. Stenson takes Arnold Palmer Invitational lead at Bay Hill

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    ORLANDO — Henrik Stenson of Sweden finished with another flourish at Bay Hill on Saturday and seized control of the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

    For the second straight day, Sweden’s Henrik Stenson plays the final four holes at Bay Hill in 4-under par.
  7. Hoffmann boosts lead with a flock of birdies

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    ORLANDO — Equipped with his first PGA Tour lead in 67 starts, Morgan Hoffmann played Friday like he wanted to keep it in the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

    The story line going into the weekend is simple: Can winless Morgan Hoffmann hold on?
  8. First-time leader Hoffmann highlights Day 1 of Arnold Palmer Invitational

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    ORLANDO — Morgan Hoffmann's day began with news that his 97-year-old grandmother died Thursday. It ended with his first lead on the PGA Tour.

  9. Sean O'Hair renews his confidence at Valspar Championship

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    PALM HARBOR — When Sean O'Hair won the 2008 PGA Tour event at Innisbrook, he was on top of the professional golf world. Seven years later, O'Hair needed a sponsor's exemption to get into this year's field of 144.

    Sean O’Hair, taking a drop at No. 18, ends up in a three-way playoff for the Valspar Championship. Though he loses, the 2008 champ says it’s good to see results from working harder at his game.
  10. Jordan Spieth's No. 1 dream isn't crazy

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    PALM HARBOR — He graduated in 2011. High school, that is.

    PALM HARBOR, FL - MARCH 15:  Jordan Spieth hits off the 18th tee during the final round of the Valspar Championship at Innisbrook Resort Copperhead Course on March 15, 2015 in Palm Harbor, Florida.  (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images) 527751469

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