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Holmes holds firm to win Wells Fargo
J.B. Holmes dropped a shot on the final hole to finish on 14 under par however it was enough for a 1 shot victory at the Wells Fargo his third PGA Tour title.
2006 winner Jim Furyk fired a closing 7 under to finish alone in second place 1 shot off the winner.
Martin Flores managed a 72 in the final round. He took third at 12 under 276. Jason Bohn was one stroke back at minus-11. Reigning U.S. Open champion Justin Rose shot a 71 for the second straight day to end alone in fifth at 10 under-par 278.
Brendon de Jonge shot 80 on Thursday, but came back with three straight rounds in the 60s, including a closing 69, to gain a share of sixth at minus-9. He was joined there by Kevin Kisner.
Rory Sabbatini, 2010 champion Rory McIlroy and Roberto Castro tied for eighth at 8-under 280.
Phil Mickelson struggled to a 4 over 76 to slide into a share of 11th at minus 7. He cost himself his first top-10 finish of the season.