Grading the Wells Fargo Championship

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Grading the Wells Fargo Championship
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A promising weekend with tons of star power at the top of the leaderboard turned anonymous in a hurry as David Lynn (No. 64 in the world) and Derek Ernst (No. 1,207 in the world) faced off in a playoff because Phil Mickelson bogeyed two of his last three holes to lose the tournament.


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