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Jhonattan Vegas won the third place at the John Deere Classic

Jhonattan Vegas won the third place at the John Deere Classic

Posted by Dubraswka Aguilar on July 14, 2014

Brian Harman won this Sunday his first PGA title after complete three putts for birdie in a row at the last five holes and moves away the veteran Zach Johnson at the John Deere Classic Tournament. The Venezuelan Jhonattan Vegas won the third place. 

Harman made 66 shots, 5 under par, at the last round, to have a big total of 262 points and conquered a victory over Johnson with just one shot. Besides that, Harman won an $846.000 prize and an exemption for the Grand Britain Open to be held next week. 

Vegas won the third place with 65 shots and a result of 265 points, same number of Jerry Kelly. Scott Brown and Tim Clark were tied at the fifth place with 266 points.

The Argentinian Andrés Romero made 69 shots and achieved a total of 267 points, while de Colombian Camilo Villegas made 70 shots and reported the same result than Romero.

 

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