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Woodland stays up

Woodland stays up

Woodland, a three-time US PGA Tour winner in search of his first major title, finished 54 holes with on 11-under 202 to stay in front of former US Open champion Rose, who capped his three-under 68 with a birdie at 18 for a 10-under total of 203.

Juvic wins by 7

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Juvic wins by 7

“I was a bit nervous at the start but after I birdied No. 7, I kind of regained my confidence and got my game back,” – Juvic Pagunsan #LeTourdeFilipinas

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Woodland leads US Open by 2

Woodland’s tee shot at his final hole, the par-four ninth, nestled in a divot in the fairway, but he still managed to reach the green in two to close out his round in sensational style.

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Rose blooms at Pebble Beach

England’s Rose, who won the 2013 US Open at Merion, vaulted over a quartet of players sharing second on five-under-par 66 as Pebble Beach showed a welcoming face in cool, overcast conditions with little wind.

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Bayron, Pastor stay at helm; Juvic makes move

Bayron actually rode on a late birdie at the front to save a 32-35 while Pastor missed grabbing the solo lead with a bogey on the 18th and settled for a 33-34 in the wind and heat in afternoon play as the duo dropped erstwhile co-leaders Michael Bibat and Reymon Jaraula to remain on top at eight-under 132s.

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Ramos secures last SEAG slot

Ramos bucked back-to-back double-bogey mishaps from No. 11 with a birdie on the par-3 13th then parred the rest to salvage a 36-39 card for an eight-round total 587, edging a late-charging Gab Manotoc, who rallied with a 72, by two.

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