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Hudson Swafford takes home victory in Dominican Republic; Results, recaps, highlights from the PGA TOUR

DraftKings Live recaps PGA TOUR golf results from the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship.

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Round 4 Recap — Sunday

Hudson Swafford wins the Corales Puntacana Resort and Club Championship

With a three-under-par final round on Sunday, Swafford ($6,700; 135 DKFP) claimed his second PGA TOUR victory by one stroke over Tyler McCumber ($6,400; 118 DKFP), who surged to a solo second-place finish with a six-under-par final round. Mackenzie Hughes ($10,300; 110 DKFP) finished in third after a second-place finish last year at this event. Swafford had a clutch birdie putt on the 17th hole and scrambled for a gutsy par to claim the win. Swafford finished the day with four birdies, an eagle, a bogey and a double-bogey. The overnight leader Adam Long ($9,900; 108.5 DKFP) struggled on Sunday finishing with a +3 that dropped him back into a fifth-place finish. — Zach Thompson

Will Zalatoris fires 65 to vault into top 10 in Puntacana

Zalatoris ($10,900; 85.5 DKFP) was the low round in Puntacana on Sunday, shooting a seven-under 65 to finish in a tie for eighth place. The 24-year-old, who went 24.7% owned in the Beach Vacation contest, sunk seven birdie putts and didn’t card a bogey in his final round to jump 37 spots to eighth. Tyler McCumber ($6,400; 118 DKFP), who started the day in fifth, shot a 66 to finish at -17, good for second place. There were three other golfers who shot up the leaderboards with a 66 on Sunday; Hank Lebioda ($6,600; 80 DKFP) rose 40 spots into a tie for 21st, while Sang-Moon Bae ($6,100; 79 DKFP) and Sam Burns ($10,100; 90 DKFP) both started the day in a tie for 65th and finished in a tie for 28th. — Kenny Ducey

Round 3 Recap — Saturday

Adam Long takes lead in Puntacana with 64

Long ($9,900; 115.5 DKFP) has the lead at the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship at the end of three rounds after firing an eight-under 64 on Saturday. Long started the day in fifth after carding a 65 on Friday and now holds a two-shot lead over Hudson Swafford ($6,700; 96 DKFP) who held the lead after 36 holes. Mackenzie Hughes ($10,300; 87.5 DKFP), a popular option this week at 16.9% owned, sits in third at 14-under and Xinjun Zhang ($8,400; 92 DKFP) follows him in fourth. Zhang carded a four-under 68 but still poured in seven birdies, giving him 20 so far this tournament. — Kenny Ducey

Anirban Lahiri goes low Saturday at Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship

Lahiri ($6,800) entered the third round tied for 54th but he’ll find himself in the top 10 after an excellent round on Saturday. He fired an eight-under-par 64, which was tied with Adam Long ($9,900) for the low round on the golf course. That brought Lahiri to 11-under-par for the tournament, which puts him in a tie for seventh. Despite the excellent round, he still has a lot of work to do to actually put himself in contention. He’s six shots behind the leader Long, who currently sits at 17-under-par for the tournament. Hudson Swafford ($6,700) currently sits in second place at 15-under-par after leading following each of the first two rounds, while Mackenzie Hughes ($10,300) occupies third place at 14-under-par. — Matt LaMarca

Round 2 Recap — Friday

Hudson Swafford extends lead at Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship

Swafford ($6,700) entered the second round of the Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship with a one-shot lead and he leads by two entering the weekend. He fired a five-under-par 67 after shooting seven-under-par during the first round. His total of 12-under-par gives him a two-shot lead over Sean O’Hair ($6,500), Luke List ($8,700) and Justin Suh ($6,700), who are all tied for second at 10-under-par. Swafford was not a popular DFS option this week, carrying an average ownership of approximately 2 percent across DraftKings tournaments. That said, Swafford is now the betting favorite on the DraftKings Sportsbook at +700, but List (+800) and Mackenzie Hughes ($10,300; +900) are not far behind. — Matt LaMarca

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Luke List and Adam Long tie for low round on Friday

With List ($8,700; 75 DKFP) and Long ($9,900; 64.5 DKFP) both shooting a seven-under par 65 today, they propelled up the leaderboard. List moves into a tie for second and two shots off the lead with Long moving into a tie for fifth. On the DK Sportsbook, both golfers are being given a decent chance to win the Corales Championship. List (+800) has the second-best odds to win the tournament and Long (+1200) has the fourth-best odds. — Greg Ehrenberg

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