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Kelly finishes John Deere tied for 3rd place

By Eric Rajala, erajala@wisctv.com
Published On: Jul 13 2014 07:37:10 PM CDT

SILVIS, Ill. -

Jerry Kelly had a superb day at TPC Deere Run Sunday. Kelly carded five birdies, four on the back nine, and zero bogeys to finish -5 for the round. His -19 total for the weekend was good for a 3rd place tie with Jhonattan Vegas. 

Steve Stricker, a three-time John Deere Classic champion, struggled Sunday. He carded a double-bogey on 12 and a bogey on 15. He recovered with back-to-back birdies on 16 and 17 to finish with a +1 (72). Stricker's weekend total of -15 was good for an 11th place tie with Steven Bowditch. 

Brian Harman won the tournament with a total of -22. 

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