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Round 4 Recap — Sunday
Lucas Glover wins the John Deere Classic
It had been 10 years since the 41-year-old Glover ($8,600; 130 DKFP) had won on the PGA TOUR, but he emerged from a crowded leaderboard to claim the victory on Sunday at the John Deere Classic. He was one of just three Major Champions in the field this week due to his win at the U.S. Open in 2009, and he also won the Wells Fargo Championship in May of 2011, which was his most recent win before this week. Glover fired a seven-under 64 on Sunday with eight birdies, highlighted by a run of four straight on the back-nine to pull away. Glover now has four top-10 finishes on the PGA TOUR this season and has made the cut in 10 of his past 13 events. — Zach Thompson
Ryan Moore, Kevin Na finish tied for second at John Deere Classic
Low scores were available at TPC Deere Run on Sunday, and Kevin Tway ($6,300; 87.5 DKFP) moved into the top 25 by matching winner Lucas Glover ($8,600; 130 DKFP) with a seven-under, which was the best round of the day. Glover finished two shots ahead of Moore ($8,300; 120 DKFP) and Na ($9,500; 122.5 DKFP), who tied for second. Scott Brown ($6,600; 109 DKFP), Luke List ($7,300; 107 DKFP), Sebastian Munoz ($8,100; 108.5 DKFP) and Adam Schenk ($6,900; 107 DKFP) tied for fourth. Hank Lebioda ($8,400; 103 DKFP) shot a six-under and continued his run of strong results with his third straight top-10 finish. Seamus Power ($9,000; 104 DKFP) finished tied with Lebioda for eighth after shooting five under Sunday for his fifth straight top-20 finish. — Zach Thompson
Round 3 Recap — Saturday
Sebastian Munoz holds one stroke lead at John Deere Classic
After carding a four-under 67 at TPC Deere Run on Saturday, Munoz ($8,100; 107.5 DKFP) is the clubhouse leader at -16. Trailing him by one shot is Brandon Hagy ($7,200; 97.5 DKFP), who also fired off a 67 on moving day. Neither of these players cracked double-digit ownership in the $700K Flop Shot. Ryan Moore ($8,300; 92 DKFP), Cameron Champ ($6,800; 96 DKFP), Kevin Na ($9,500; 94.5 DKFP), Scott Brown ($6,600; 89 DKFP) and Adam Long ($6,500; 98 DKFP) are all tied for third place at -14. Unsurprisingly, Munoz and Hagy hold the best odds to win the John Deere Classic on DraftKings Sportsbook at +250 and +550, respectively, while Na leads all the players who are tied for third place at +800. — Alex Hunter
Scott Brown vaults up leaderboard at John Deere Classic
Brown ($6,600; 89 DKFP) shot up the leaderboard on Saturday at the John Deere Classic, firing an eight-under 63 to slide into a tie for third place. Brown had the best round on the golf course, carding nine birdies against just one bogey and picking up the birdie streak bonus. He’s tied with several golfers at -14, one of which is Adam Long ($6,500; 98 DKFP), who was just a shot off the low round of the day with a seven-under 64. He, too, birdied nine holes but gave two shots back. The two of them are two shots off the leader Sebastian Munoz ($8,100; 107.5 DKFP) entering Sunday’s final round. — Kenny Ducey
Round 2 Recap — Friday
Luke List leads after second round of John Deere Classic
List ($7,300) entered the second round of the John Deere Classic three shots off the lead, but he sits in sole possession of first place heading into the weekend. List fired an eight-under-par 63 on Friday, which was tied for the lowest round on the course. That brings him to 13-under-par for the tournament, which gives him a one-stroke lead over Sebastian Munoz ($8,100). There is also a group of seven golfers tied for third at 11-under-par. List was not a popular DFS option heading into the week, and he checked in with an approximate ownership of around 3.1%. List has become the betting favorite at +550 on DraftKings Sportsbook, while Munoz isn’t far behind at +750. — Matt LaMarca
Brian Harman misses the cut at the John Deere Classic
With an impressive course resume at TPC Deere Run which includes a win in 2014 and also a pair of top 10s in his past three starts, Harman ($10,400) was the most owned golfer in the DraftKings $700K Flop Shot tournament this week. But, after finishing at only one stroke under par following the first two rounds, the lefty will be sent home early, missing the cut at the John Deere Classic by three shots. Another notable name that failed to stay inside the cutline this week was Kevin Streelman ($9,700), who shot over par for both of his two rounds in Silvis. This marked his second missed weekend in a row, and the 42-year-old was the sixth-highest golfer in the Flop Shot tournament at 18.93%. — Alex Hunter
Round 1 Recap — Thursday
Chesson Hadley, Sebastian Munoz atop leaderboard of John Deere Classic after first round
Hadley ($7,200; 62 DKFP) shot an unblemished first round as he birdied four holes on both the front and back nine. He had three streaks of two consecutive birdies. Munoz ($8,100; 63.5 DKFP) had three birdies on the front nine but then bogeyed the eighth hole. He caught fire on the back nine, though, as he birdied 11 then ran off five in a row to end the day. DraftKings Sportsbook has Hadley at +1400 to win it all while Munoz is currently the favorite at +750. In the $700K Flop Shot, Hadley is rostered on 1.27% of teams while Munoz is on 7.76%. — Stan Son
Brian Harman, Steve Stricker off to rough start at John Deere Classic
Harman ($10,400; 14.5 DKFP) and Stricker ($7,700; 16 DKFP) were the two most popular golfers in the $700K Flop Shot at over 23% owned, and both find themselves in a tie for 75th place after one round at the John Deere Classic. Harman made two bogeys and three birdies and Stricker had three bogeys and four birdies to finish with one-under rounds of 70. The latter, of course, at least salvaged the day a bit with an extra birdie, but both have their work cut out for them. Daniel Berger ($11,100; 17 DKFP) was the third-most popular golfer at 21.68%, but he doesn’t stand much better at -2 in a tie for 52nd. Hank Lebioda ($8,400; 46 DKFP) at 19.37% is probably the best chalky golfer after a seven-under round. — Kenny Ducey
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