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Max Homa claims victory at Wells Fargo Championship

Max Homa claims victory at Wells Fargo
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American Max Homa wins his fourth PGA Tour title by claiming the Wells Fargo Championship by two shots.

Max Homa has won his second Wells Fargo Championship victory, beating a group of three players by two shots in the 2022 edition.

In 2019, Homa broke his PGA Tour duck by lifting the trophy at this event, and the world number 38 has now repeated the trick three years later.

Heading into the final round, Homa trailed American compatriot Keegan Bradley by two shots, but three dropped shots during the early holes left the previous frontrunner playing catch-up.

While Homa's round was similarly up and down, a fast start gave him the momentum, leaving a level-par back nine enough to secure another tournament.

Bradley shared second spot with fellow American Cameron Young and England's Matt Fitzpatrick, with Rory McIlory completing the top five.

Jason Day, the leader of the first two rounds, failed to get back into contention after a third-round 79, a score of 70 on Sunday only being enough for 15th position.

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